Some stuff to know for the exam

This is just a list I came up with based on information that you have yourselves -- i.e. problem sets, past exams, the lecture notes. It's just an overview and if you think of something I left out, let me know.

This is just to give you an idea of what is out there! I highly recommend doing the problem sets that were distributed, trying the old exams, working through the mechanisms (arrow pushing) for the reactions and of course, making flash cards.