I gave back a number of the exams before I was able to tally, but of the ones I had remaining:
60% got full credit on the part a (those who missed neglected to include a summary)
100% got full credit on part b
60% got full credit on part c (those who missed searched by formula rather than connectivity or provided an insufficient explanation of what they searched on
100% got full credit on part d
On part e, answers varied widely from 7/17 to 15/17, with an average of 12/17 or a 70%.
In some cases they lost points for just repeating things verbatim from the paper without explaining them to show they understood the concepts. The main reason for loss of points however was just a lack of effort at picking apart the paper for parts that were relevant to the course content.
They were able to successfully apply things such as electron counting and mechanism identification in a catalytic cycle, point groups, descriptions of sigma and pi bonding in ligands.