CHEM1211 - Only strictly memorize the following things solubility rules(get a head start on this one in the summer if you're that serious

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Only strictly memorize the following things - solubility rules (get a head start on this one in  the summer if you're that serious. ..); significant digits rules; equations; strong acids and  bases; names of ions (I have the list of ions you need to know if you want it); molar  masses of common elements; and the names of the covalent solids. Everything else -  UNDERSTAND IT. Don't memorize it. Memorizing anything except the things I mentioned  (and maybe a few other things) will get you NO WHERE. They ask conceptual questions.  You need to be able to apply the information, not just spit it back. * Keep up with your work. Review the material at least once a week (at the end of the  week is probably best). Write down things you don't understand or didn't catch then go to  your professor's office hours and ASK. ASK QUESTIONS. Best way to learn. * Go to your professor before you go to your friends. If you and your professor aren't 
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This note was uploaded on 08/30/2008 for the course PHARM 1111 taught by Professor Wiegert during the Spring '08 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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CHEM1211 - Only strictly memorize the following things solubility rules(get a head start on this one in the summer if you're that serious

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