The Chemistry Department will be offering two advanced standing exams at the end of IAP in January 2022, both conducted in person.
An ASE for 5.12 will be held on Tuesday, January 25th from 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM.
An ASE for 5.60 will be held on Wednesday, January 26th from 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM.
Please note that the deadline to submit a petition form for either exam is Friday, January 7th.
Please email Michelle Contos directly to register for the exam at email@example.com .
Please note that to be eligible to take an ASE, you cannot have attended or been registered for the subject or any of its variations (5.111, 5.112, or 3.091). An exception can be made if you never attended the class and submitted a drop form within the first week of the term.
Incoming First-Year and Transfer Students
Upperclass and Second-Term First-Year Students
Q & A: Taking the 5.111 Advanced Standing Exam
What is the Purpose of the 5.111 Exam?
What Kind of Exam is the 5.111 ASE?
What Type of Problems Will Be on the Exam?
What Should I Bring to the Exam?
How Do I Find Out My Exam Results?
5.111 and 5.112 content can be found at MITOpenCourseWare (OCW). Here you will be able to review topics, watch lecture videos and work practice problems. The typical format of problems that you will be asked to solve is exemplified on this 5.111 Final Exam and Answer Key. Note that this exam does NOT include all topics covered in the course or on the ASE exam.
OCW Class Sites:
5.12 ASE Incoming First-Year and Transfer Students
5.12 ASE Upperclass and Second-Term First-Year Students