(solution) This is my study guide for my final. i currently have a 70% in

(solution) This is my study guide for my final. i currently have a 70% in

This is my study guide for my final. i currently have a 70% in the class and desperately need to pass this class. Please help me and guide me through how i should study for this final exam. My final exam is December 15th 2015 so i have a week to study for this exam. also my class is intro to chemistry . 

Chem 10/Chem 3
Final Study Guide Identify sig figs and calculate using rules of significant figures
Properties of the three states of matter
Differences between homo/heterogeneous solutions
Heat capacity calculations, heat capacity of water
Structure of an atom, i.e. neutrons, electrons, protons
Know what isotopes are
Divisions of the periodic table, i.e. metals, nonmetals, metalloids
Naming of ionic, covalent compounds
Names of groups (columns) on the periodic table
Know how to read solubility rules chart to identify soluble and insoluble compound, I will give this to
you
Conversions using molar mass, Avagadro?s number, mole ratios
Electron configurations of neutral and charged atoms
Periodic trends: metallic character, electronegativity, electron affinity, ionization energy, atomic size
Gas laws
Intermolecular forces and which intermolecular forces are dominant between different molecules
Calculations involving heat of fusion and heat of vaporization
Solutions: What is a solution and calculations using mass percent and molarity
Use Arrhenius and Bronsted-Lowry definitions to identify types of acids and bases
Calculations involving pH and [H3O+] i.e. converting back and forth
Products of the different types of acid base reactions discussed in class
Writing equilibrium expressions
Le Chatelier?s Principle: How will a stress on a system at equilibrium affect the reaction
How to use the activity series of metals, identify aspects of a voltaic cell, electron bookkeeping,
identifying oxidized, reduced species and reducing/oxidizing agents in a redox reaction
Limiting reactant, theoretical yield, percent yield problems