SLE133 Content notes and formulas

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SLE133 Chemistry in our World - Content notes from chapters 1-7. Includes information from the text...

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SLE133: Important Formulas and Notes

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- Includes all the essential formulas and key notes that are needed for the exam. - Short and conc...

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SLE133 Summary Notes and Exam Hints

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This document contains all the main concepts of this unit, and they have been summarized for easy re...

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The guide contains the essential maths skills that you need to be successful for SLE133 & SLE155.

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SLE133 All Content Study Notes

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Teachers are helpful and explains lecture content quite clearly and the pracs were relatively easy to do and the lab worksheets was quite a breeze with enough time at the end of this race to finish working through the worksheets. The tutorials were also helpful and provided students with opportunity to ask questions that were challenging and the tutors were really competent and encouraging. Not that hard if you put in some effort throughout the trimester to understand the concepts, so the final exam was relatively straightforward. Overall a great chemistry introductory subjects.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Weekly requirements were not always explicit enough to ensure success in the unit. Do not recommend doing this unit in intensive mode. Particularly not if you have not done any chemistry before or may be lacking in high school math, such as algebra.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Decent pace if you have no chemistry knowledge

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

If you haven't done VCE chemistry DON'T PANIC! It's not rocket science trust me. Just stay up to date with the weekly topics and immediately ask questions if you don't understand DON'T stay in doubt. Dr. Angel Torreiro is very good and he'll happily help you out and make hard concepts easy. IMPORTANTLY, the practicals are a bit challenging so ASK ASK ASK, you get 3 hours for a practical class but they go by very quick!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

You just have to do exercise from the textbooks to be successful at the exams. The weekly quizzes are more difficult. The lab questions are easy. If you need any help, I can be your tutor at Deakin Burwood campus. I'm Quang Minh Nguyen, but you can call me Paul

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

I found it difficult because I didn't do chemistry in high school. However if you keep up with chapter questions and do as many practice exams as you can you will do well.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

The lectures started at a basic level so people who haven't done chemistry before can learn. The lectures were well structured and presented however the prac classes were irrelevant to the course material and not much support given from the tutor.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015

This subject was fairly straight forward if you did VCE chemistry prior to undertaking SLE133!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Some basic chemistry here. If you've done science before it'll be easy for you, if you're like me and have not done science before, it might be a challenge, but a fun one at that. Get ready to explore some basic thermochem, acid base and redox reactions. take it in with some wonder and it'll be great.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

Having done no science or maths in year 11 and 12, I found this subject really difficult. It would be fine if u already have prior knowledge of chemistry but if not, expect to be thrown in at the deep end (or middle-to-deep-end!) There was one lecturer/lab teacher who unfortunately seemed oblivious to the fact that not everyone lives and breathes inside a world of 'ionic bonds and valence shells' and gave arrogant and abstruse answers to sensible questions. All other lecturers were approachable and excellent.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015