This class was tough.
This was my most challenging course of my college career so far. I take Organic I in the fall so I assume that's going to replace this one soon, but I learned the most about not only the information, but myself as well. If you want to do anything in the medical field, chemistry is going to be something you have to take 9 time out of 10 so just try and get through it.
I learned how to pick out the most important information and solve a complicated problem and vice versa. I learned how take little information and expand to solve a problem. Not only this, but I also learned that anything worth having you're going to have to work hard for no matter what. If you really want it, you won't let a difficult teacher or difficult information keep you from applying yourself and learning it. Believe in yourself mentally and apply yourself physically and mentally and you can accomplish anything.
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Advice for students:
Look at your teachers outline if they provide one. Each topic on her outline, find in your textbook and read up on it thoroughly. Whatever the teacher covers in class, immediately go home or the library and practice. Understand concepts as well not just the math. Don't procrastinate, it just makes it harder on you. Use your resources if you don't understand something such as talking to your teacher, tutoring, youtube videos, khan academy. If you fail at least you know you used all of your options.