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THE OFFICIAL UNE ONLINE COURSE THREAD

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  1. Medicinemann

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    This is such a great thread. Reading the comments and posts I really wanted to po
    This is such a great thread. Reading the comments and posts I really wanted to ask for your opinions on my particular situation. I graduated in 2005 with a BS in Biology. Graduated Cum Laude and had a decent GPA. Long story short I took what was intended to be a "short break" and now here we are 12 years later still wanting to go to medical school. I've been in touch with a few schools about retaking the prerequisites and most are suggesting I would need to retake all of the courses over again (because of the length of time passed) some even saying I would have to take them all at once (full time). I would love to take these courses all at once and not have to work but that's not happening. But if I can take these courses online that would allow me to devot more time to studying and less time in the car...

    1. Has anyone heard of or know of anyone that has retaken all of the prerequisites online? (Again not necessarily to improve grade but to show recent coursework)

    2. Any other recommendations for someone like myself?
     
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  3. Aqua_girl87

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    How does the midterm/final for Organic Chem I compare to the quizzes?

    I work full-time (11+ hour days), so I was only able to spend time on Organic Chem on my days off. I carefully read through each chapter, took notes of them, and did every, single question within each chapter and at the end of each. I was a little disheartened and disappointed with only getting 8/10 on most of my quizzes considering how much time I spent going through each section. I felt like some of the questions in the quizzes were not straightforward and were vague from what was covered in the chapter. I'm about to schedule the midterm next week, and just changed up how I'm studying (now going through the lectures posted, taking notes on those, and using the book as a reference for clarification).
     
  4. thisisvj89

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    Unfortunately my experience was that the midterm and final very much mimicked the quizzes, but if anything the exams didn't have nearly as many poor quality questions. I tried two different study techniques throughout the course, one up to midterm and one from midterm-final, however I worked every assigned problem at least once for each method.

    Flashcards, I used them intensely for the first half of the course. For the second half, I used no flashcards but reworked over and over problems I struggled with and really spent time to understand why I was struggling. I found this to be the better technique for me because it translated to understanding ochem rather than regurgitating it. I highly recommend the method I settled on but to each their own.

    Time will be against you more than anything else during the exams. There are some real tough questions and others that are absolute gimme's. Definitely triage and circle back if time allows. Make sure you have everything you're weak on written down and exact page numbers for finding things you anticipate needing. I did a one page summary for each chapter and would have done very poorly without those summary pages, considering the time constraint.

    I found the lectures next to useless throughout the course, but nailing down each section in the book all but ensured the A.
     
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    Has anyone taken General Chemistry 2 at UNE? Are the answers for the midterm all in the textbook/ the textbook solutions? Do they curve the final grade?
     
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    Hi all,
    I apologize in advance if this question has already been answered but I am currently taking OCHEM 1 with Manyan from UNE, I have my midterm coming up and was wondering if any one knows if he uses the Bruice test bank for his questions or he makes his own questions?
    In other words, are the quizzes similar to the exams (midterm and final)? If I can answer the quiz questions well, would there be other concepts outside of the quizzes I'd need to know? Thank you for your help!
     
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    I am planning to take BioChem this October and there are four different professors available. Morris, Sengupta, Pitcairn and LeClair, any suggestions as to who would be a better professor that is responsive in replies and considers giving credit after errors have been found in the curriculum. Also, one that curves the grade/test/quizzes? Thank you!
     
  9. reaperx58

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    First time I've logged on here in God knows how long, but I've got an inbox full of people asking me about these classes because I posted that I took 3 of them years ago, so I decided to try and answer all of their questions here for future reference. (Sorry to everyone I never answered)

    1) Yes I was accepted and no, no one I applied to cared that these courses were online, but the smart play is always to call everyone you plan on applying to and asking them what their official policy is.

    2) No, the class did not prepare me for the MCAT. Neither did my OCHEM class I took at my traditional 4 year undergrad, neither has any other often course every taught. No one gets ready for the MCAT by taking prereq classes, you get ready for it by doing good MCAT prep, so don't even let the MCAT be a determining factor.

    3) That being said, just to be thorough, the quality of class is on par with a community college type class. The book written for it is geared towards a wide range of health professionals, STNAs, nurses, DOCs, etc, and so is the class.

    4) The class is damn expensive. You are paying for the convenience of doing it at your own pace from your couch. I took these classes because I wanted to get grade replacement done as quickly as possible and worked through 3 classes and 2 labs in about 3 weeks each, but if I had the time I would have taken classes at a traditional cc and paid about 1/3 as much. (No one cares if you take cc classes either)

    Think those are the most common questions, feel free to send me more direct messages if you want but I can't promise I'll get to them in quick order but I'll try.
     
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    I just got an account on here so I'm not sure if I'm posting in the right place so sorry in advance if I mess up!

    I am planning on taking two online courses over the summer from UC Berkley. I want to take microbiology and biostatistics. I don't want to take them for credit. I just want to take them to say that I took them because I know that these are both courses that many med schools list as recommended. I took quantitative methods which is a stats course at my college and it is required for my major. Since I took this course, I was not allowed to take a traditional stats course, but I am nervous that some med schools will not count it as a stats course. Microbiology will not fit into my schedule before I submit my application to med schools. So I have a few questions based on this:

    -If I submit my applications in June 2017 and I take the courses Summer 2017, can I send my certificates of competition for theses courses to med schools to be considered as part of my application?

    - Do you think it is necessary to take biostatistics or am I ok?

    -How will it look if I take microbiology online over the summer? Will it look like I took it over the summer because I thought I wasn't going to do well? Will they say I should have planned out my schedule better? Will they look at it and say she just took this course to make her application better and be annoyed with that? (you know how they say application officers look at your resume and write off things that you clearly did just to put on your resume)

    -Do you have any suggestions of a place that might be better to take courses from?

    Thank you very much for your help!!
     
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  11. The Perpetual Student

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    Anyone here successfully get their science letter(s) from UNE? If so, what were your grades, who were they from, and how often did you talk with the professor?
     
  12. Beegee123

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    Has anyone successfully remediated or retaken and grade replaced a course through UNE online? I can’t find anything in the policy regarding such requests.
     
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    Hi all,

    I am looking to start the Chem II Chemistry 1011 Lecture and Lab and was wondering if anyone has the week by week syllabus? I just want to know the extent of chapters covered etc. Thanks!
     
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    Has anyone successfully taken Chem 1 or Biol 1 in a single month? I'm thinking of taking it during winter semester break. I ask only because I've never taken any science course in a single month.
     
  15. bmspirit76

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    Has anyone ever considered the online courses at University of Rochester School of Nursing? Looks similar to UNE but significantly cheaper
     
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    What does thr OCHEM lab 1 comprise of? just quizzes? or is there a final for the lab? I'm starting the ochem 1 lab next week. pm me if you will be willing to assist and answer a few questions i'll have please
     
  18. dptapplicant34

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    Hey everyone,

    I'm currently taking the Medical General Chemistry 1 course and I am having trouble getting ready for the mid term. Is their any suggestions for studying or having things ready for the test. I know it is open book but in my past experience open book means the problems are that much harder. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
     
  19. btam

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    I just finished the General Chem I 1010 course on the 11th and it wasn't as bad as I thought it would be. I was taking another course (an accelerated 6-week class) at the same time, so I really neglected the chem until I realized I had less than half the "semester" left to finish everything! Unfortunately that meant that I did not properly prepare for the midterm, so I really can't give you good studying suggestions there.

    From my experience, the powerpoint "lectures" did not help me understand much at all. The professor was basically just reading the textbook and using the exact same examples. The best resources I found were khan academy and the crash course chemistry videos on youtube. They helped to break down the big concepts into more easily digestible material so I had a basic understanding of what on earth the textbook was talking about. I think it is worth a shot to watch those videos first, then try the info in the textbook and practice problems.

    As for the exams themselves - many of the problems are similar to those in the weekly quizzes. Also, you have enough time to look things up in the textbook. If I got stumped, I'd look up the keyword in the index and read through the correlating info in the book. (Sometimes it was even word-for-word the same sentence.) The worst thing about the exam is that they don't tell you what you got wrong, so you can't even work on your understanding for the final.

    Side note - make sure you're acing those quizzes and discussions. 10 points doesn't seem like much, but it bumped my grade from an A- to an A in the end, so don't blow them off!
     
  20. Mother_of_Dragons2

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    Organic Chemistry 1020 with Professor Mayan (June 2017-October 2017)
    I finally finished my class with a B. I will say that I only got it due to the curve at the end and working through the problems in the chapters. I made the worst mistake of trying to study for the MCAT, take this class, and move across the country all at the same time. Worst mistake of my life, but I think I still got a pretty decent grade with all things considered. I also waited until September to start studying for the course, so that took a toll as well.

    First Half and Midterm
    The first half was slightly difficult, but manageable. I did the best on this part of the course. I read the chapters and did the homework for each. The book explained the concepts very well in my opinion and it helped me to connect together a lot of info I came across when I studied for the chem/phys section of the MCAT. I did okay on the midterm. I did not take as many notes, so I mostly used my book and printed out quizzes for this part and took other posters' advice on skipping the lectures.

    Second Half and Final
    The second half was so much more difficult for me. There were so many different reactions with each functional group. I felt overwhelmed! I was working full time and trying to finish up the second half in the only three-ish weeks that I had left. I definitely recommend making a quick reference/glossary of each functional group with its reactions and the substances used in the reactions. It would have saved me so much time and I would have had much more points if I would have consolidated all of it together. Plus, a much more in-depth understanding and more practice would have helped me as well, but that is neither here nor there now. For the exam, I had my notes, my book, printed quizzes, and a word document that I printed out with tidbits I found helpful from stuff I found online while studying and doing the homework. My book was my best resource but it also took more time away from me. I created a table of contents for the midterm and final to help me quickly find certain topics in the book during the test.

    Biggest Takeaway
    The class was much more difficult than the second semester of organic chem through UNE. I took this class before at my institution, but I did horribly due to missing class from the medical issues I was having at the time. I am glad I took it again through UNE and got a much better understanding of the material. I think the book was wonderful and definitely helped me a lot. I hope I helped answer at least a few people's questions they may have had about the course. I definitely recommend Chegg to help with studying. It had the answers to the book's homework and explanations for the answers, which helped me check my answers and understand why I missed it. It is also helpful with the quizzes.
     
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    I just finished my final yesterday. Did you have to email him to let him know that you finished the course? Also, how long did it take for him to notify you of your grade? I sent him a message through blackboard letting him know that I finished. I'm wondering if I should've emailed him through the une student email instead.
     
  22. Mother_of_Dragons2

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    I didn’t email him. I’m not sure when he sent the message with my final grade. I would have to log back in and check the date. I checked my messages a week after I took the final exam and saw the grade.
     
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    Thanks so much for replying I really appreciate it! I will definiley go over the crash courses on youtube, I was mainly afraid I wouldn't have enought time to look things up. I'm definiltey not the best with chem so I'm really relying on being able to use the book and all the example problems.
     
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    I've checked with NYIT and they accept online courses for pre-reqs but your bachelors degree must primarily be in person.
     
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    Has anyone taken UNE O Chem with Edmund Klinkerch? Can anyone provide insight on how he runs/operates and how interactive he is in answer questions about the course.
     
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    Has anyone taken the physics II course? Do you have any of the lab stuff for sale?
     
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    Hey there starting online biochemistry (CHEM 1005) tomorrow any tips/tricks?
     
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    Hey all,
    Someone once mentioned having an extra lab paq for the chem 2 course (unopened and unregistered with UNE). If anyone still has that, please PM me!! I am about to purchase mine but thought I would check here just in case
     
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    Hi Guys!

    I just finished UNE OCHEM 1020 with Dr. Manyan. The class was not so difficult compared to the on-campus OCHEM class I took. You can definitely complete the class in 4-5 weeks. Therefore I think it was manageable. The main issue was the time to complete the mid term and the final. I received 90+ on the final. If you guys need any help for knowing the maps and materials I used, then be sure to DM me.
     
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    Can you elaborate, please?
     
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    I studied using the maps made by me and by doing practice problems from the book. Regardless I felt like there wasn't enough time to complete the exams. The questions were like either you know them or you don't. My notes really helped me. (they saved me)
     
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    Hi everyone! I'm not sure I'm using this right but wanted to post a new thread. Question about non-major science courses vs. science major science courses. I took a general chem and o chem course for nursing/nutrition students in undergrad and am looking to take the "second level" of each course through UNE (Medical Gen Chem II and O Chem II). Has anyone "switched" between non-science major and science major science courses? Is this feasible through UNE's prereq courses? I have already taken many biology courses, biochemistry, physics, and my MCATs, so I feel I am well on my way. I'm very self motivated to get these done. Thanks!
     
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    Hello!!

    I'm registering for Orgo II with a lab through UNE this spring and was wondering if there is one ideal professor to take this course with. I signed up with Rebecca Rowe, but she seems to get overwhelmingly negative reviews and I have time to switch. Here is who's teaching Orgo II this spring:

    Rowe, Rebecca
    Theberge, Cory
    Klinkerch, Edmund
    Gianatassio, Ryan

    Does anyone recommend one of these professors? Honestly, I'm looking for the easiest A I can get as I've already been accepted and this is just the last hoop to jump through. Any advice on the class would also be helpful.
     
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    Hey can you please tell me how the proctoring situation was were they staring at you with hawk eyes did they ask for id and was there any other good professor you recommend to take was there a final curve since you feel you didn't answer all the questions or did you answer all of them? Is this a fair class like if you put in the work will you get an A?
     
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    They pause their video feed so you don't know if they are staring at you or on their phone. Yes, they ask for ID.
     
  36. love2hunt

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    Dr. Ellerbe was great when I took it last fall.

    I will warn you, though, that an A will be tough to pull off if you struggled in Gen Chem. UNE’s Orgo 1 is difficult. The good news is that their Orgo 2 is a cakewalk compared to Orgo 1.
     
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    My grade curved to an A, which would have been impossible to achieve pre-curve. If you work hard and take your time I think an A is doable, definitely a B.
     
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    Good question. They wouldn’t tell me what the curve was.
     
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    I am about to sign up for gen chem II.

    Can anyone give me some details about their experience in this course (i.e., curves, open book tests, hard?, best prof, etc,).

    Also, if anyone knows of a better place to take this course online do share!!!

    TIA!
     
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    Has anyone taken the physics II yet? If so, how was the material and lab work?
     
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    Hi there I am currently enrolled in both the lecture and lab. I have no idea what to expect. Math and chemistry are definitely not my strong pursuit. I am finding myself having a very hard time. How are the exams? Are they derived from the weekly quizzes. I hope to hear from you soon as I am freaking out.
     
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    Hi all,

    I'm going to be taking OCHEM II in February from Edmund. Can anyone give me any insight as to how he runs his lecture and lab? I took OCHEM I from Manyan, are the courses pretty similar in terms of quizzes and lab work? Was the course curved at the end? I did well in OCHEM I and am disappointed that Manyan doesn't run the second portion. Any other tips and advice on Edmunds course would be greatly appreciated as well.
    Thank you!
     
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    Hey if you need LabPaq, I'm selling it! Let me know!
     
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    Selling my Labpaq for anyone taking Chemistry at UNE! It's new and hasn't even been opened. Message me!
     
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    that's not fair, they should at least provide financial aid if there is no need-based scholarship
     
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    Hello everyone. I need to take Anatomy, Physiology, Genetics, Microbiology and Organic Chemistry all online. I wanted to sign up for them all at the same time. I am not working and will be able to dedicate time. I also am not taking any other courses at this time. Does anyone have any thoughts about this. I already have a Masters degree (in Education) but God is pushing me in a new direction. I have to complete these pre-reqs and take my GRE to apply for the PA program. Any information would be helpful. Thanks.
     
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    Can anyone shed light on how long it takes to see your final grade posted after you take the final?
     
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    You'd really have to hate yourself to do that. It's doable because you can honestly finish a course in a month if you wanted to (personal experience), but to have to sit through so many online lectures for 5 months straight everyday...no thx jeff.

    The next morning. I emailed my professor after I finished so I'm not sure if that contributed to the fast grade posting.
     
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    I'm currently in the Organic Chem 1 course online at UNE and preparing for the midterm. Can anyone elaborate on ProctorU? I know we're allowed to use books and notes but can the notes be printed material or must everything be handwritten? Are we required to show ProctorU what material and resources we are using for the open notes? Also, does anyone know if the grade is still curved in the end? Any help much appreciated. Thanks.
     
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    I'm currently taking the Medical Biochemistry I course, and I have to say so far it is really disappointing. The lectures done by Le Claire are so sloppy; she randomly pauses constantly like she needs to read what she is saying next, the slides have errors or Le Claire says the wrong thing and it isn't corrected; overall it's just poor quality. The course also utilizes BlackBoard, which I'm not a huge fan of because it is formatted awkwardly. I'm taking this class online because I work full-time and didn't have a choice, and from what I've read it is one of the best options if you must take biochem online, but just be prepared to be underwhelmed. I was hoping for something more like my Kaplan MCAT class online experience, but this is not even half as good as that.
     
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    Thanks for the feedback. I am looking into this course. Does anyone have the ORGO 2 textbook (ebook)? Any recommendations on ebook vs textbook?
     
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    ORGO 2 (CHEM 1021)

    Hey all,
    There seems to be some new profs teaching organic 2. Any word on these people? I know Rowe was the previous teacher.

    Gianatassio, Ryan
    Theberge, Cory
    Klinkerch, Edmund
     

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