This class was tough.
Texas A&M International University is not in any of the schools listed above, and much less Texas Academy of International and STEM Studies, but that is where this course, CHEM 1311 was taken with professor Addo-Mensah. He is a great professor who has a way with his teaching to make sure you know what you are learning, as is not another professor who just reads by the book. Fair warning, his tests are open ended, so its either you know it or you don't type of deal.
Highlights of this course were able to learn the main fundamentals of chemistry, and being able to smoothly transition into CHEM 2, which I am currently taking with the same professor.
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Advice for students:
Study HARD. Chemistry may seem like a "hard course," but really its just studying and knowing the topic of what you are learning. Once you finish chem 1, chem 2 is much more fun, so look forward to it! Trust me, once you get your first test and you know everything there is on that paper, you'll get so happy and feel so accomplished and continue studying freely.