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Minnie Driver studying organic chemistry at an outdoor Café in Cambridge while being distracted by Matt Damon. 9 "It is important I learn this. It is really important" "Do you have a photographic memory?" "It is so much fun studying organic chemistry! Are you mad? Have you completely lost your mind? Nobody studies organic chemistry for fun." "It is not useful, it is not a necessity."
Minnie Driver studying organic chemistry at an outdoor Café in Cambridge while being distracted by Matt Damon. "It is for someone like you who divides their evening time between batting cages and bars." "There are some very smart people at Harvard and even they 1 have to study because this is really hard."
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19 What do you want to be doing in 2028? A. Chemistry B. Medicine C. Medicine (nurse) D. D ti t D Dentistry E. Psychiatry F. Marine Science G. Other
20 Why are you taking organic chemistry? A. It is a requirement for my...
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This note was uploaded on 09/04/2009 for the course SBU 101 taught by Professor Debag during the Spring '09 term at SUNY Stony Brook.
- Spring '09