Thursday, March 24, 2005

FAQ 16: What is the best way to study organic chemistry?

a) Keep up with the lectures.
b) As soon as you can try the quizzes.
c) For every quiz question and problem that you don’t fully understand, find the part of the lecture that covers that topic and listen again.
d) Make a list of the concepts and questions that you don’t fully grasp and email your questions sooner rather than later.
e) After your test, go through each question that you don’t fully understand why you got it wrong and email your questions to the instructor.
f) When you ask a question show the instructor how far you got so that the conceptual block can be uncovered. Otherwise you might as well just listen to the recording again.
g) Assume responsibility for managing your time so that all your concerns will be addressed in time.


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