This class was tough.
Diane Nutbrown tested one's skill not merely in learning the content, but applying it; her tests were not regurgitation but application, and one must truly know, nor memorize, to pass her exams.
A basic knowledge of chemistry, as well as applicable situations; for Calorimetry we discussed the transfer of energy, and were provided with its use in the construction of bombs.
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Advice for students:
The coursework may seem overwhelming, yet it will prepare you for later years; ignore her teachings, or apply yourself in the most minimal of ways, and you will be severely wounded in later pursuits.