Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Great professor who is passionate, teaches very well, challenges students, and provides lots of learning tools.
Learned organic chemistry very thoroughly and understood it from both a theoretical and practical perspective. Also, Dr. Weinschenk emphasizes molecular orbital theory much more heavily than other professors and thus you learn to apply very well to a theoretical understanding of chemical reactions. His exams are challenging but he also gives resources to prepare you well.
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Advice for students:
Be proactive in learning the material both in and outside lecture time. Re-read all his notes, try the problem sets before getting the answers, and study ahead of time before an exam. This was one of the fewer courses at Emory where this was necessary, and is especially important for pre-meds since organic chemistry is tested on the MCAT as well.