CHE125Promo - Success in Chemistry (offered in Winter 2010)...

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FACT 2: Half the students who enroll in CHE 132 receive a lower grade than they did in CHE 129 or 131 and only a few receive a higher grade. FACT 1: CHE 132 (Gen Chem II) is more challenging than CHE 129 or 131 because it involves more abstract concepts and more quantitative problem solving. Two Facts that are Relevant to Your Future! The Chemistry Department wants to help you do better 132. Focuses on developing techniques, strategies, and advanced learning skills that are essential for success in college level chemistry and other courses. Real world contexts, issues, and problems (such as “Is your IPod green ?”) are explored from a chemistry perspective. A new course : CHE 125 Learning Strategies Essential for
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Unformatted text preview: Success in Chemistry (offered in Winter 2010) Reasons to take CHE 125 Build your chemistry knowledge base. The course uses material from CHE 129, 131, and 132. Develop advanced learning skills in areas such as information processing, critical and analytical thinking, quantitative reasoning, and problem solving. Train to improve your performance in CHE 132 and other college courses. Continue on to CHE 132 even though you received a D in CHE 129 or 131. A grade of C or higher in CHE 125 satisfies the prerequisites for entry into CHE 132 provided CHE 129 or 132 have been completed with a passing grade (D or higher). Earn 3 credits, ABC/U grading....
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This note was uploaded on 03/05/2010 for the course CHE 131 taught by Professor Kerber during the Fall '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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CHE125Promo - Success in Chemistry (offered in Winter 2010)...

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