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Taking O-Chem 1 and 2 over summer.....

StraightShooter

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Feb 15, 2012
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    So basically I have an option to take O-Chem in the summer. I am enrolled in a community college, and already filled out a summer session for the University close by.

    So I could take O-Chem 1 and 2 over the summer, along with Gen chem 3(quarter system schools)
    So summer would be:
    -O-Chem 1 and 2(1 month classes each)
    -Chem 3(2 months)

    Then Fall:
    -Bio 1
    -O-Chem 3
    -A&P


    I would have to take General Chem 3 concurrent in order to enroll into O-Chem.

    The reason I am considering this, is because in order to transfer for science majors, I need to have O-chem completed and do not want to take it at my cc. Being a non-matric at the university, I could get into the Fall offering, or not, it all depends if it fills up


    Should I do it?
     

    xxhopefulxx

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    Nov 25, 2011
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      Hm...that is a tough situation. I am in my last semester of orgo now and it is hard as hell. I am doing pretty well and I have the toughest prof. at my univ...he is a great professor- just very difficult. I really could not imagine taking orgo over the summer and covering all the material in 5 weeks that should be covered in four months. I think it really depends on who is teaching the class. If the professor isn't bad then it would not be as bad- whenever you decide to take it, I would recommend getting the organic chem as a second language help books...they help simplify concepts. good luck!
       
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