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Just an extension of high school chemistry. Took it semester 1 straight out of high school and found it to be a pretty standard subject, not too difficult but still required study (of which I didn't do). Lecturers ranged from entertaining to really boring. That's what you get when you have like 4 different lecturers teaching one stream, I guess it's because of the broad range of content taught you need the experts but it does result in a very jagged experience. Tutorials are great though, my tutor/lab demonstrator was really awesome, don't know if she is still teaching now.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Quite interesting materials, the topics were similar to high school chemistry. Tutors in the chemistry learning centre were very helpful and nice. Overall, if you put in the work to understand the basic topics, you’ll do well for the exam

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

Yeah not bad. Good stuff

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

This subject consists of three main topics, each lasting four weeks: organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, physical chemistry. Personally, I found the organic chemistry to be a bit boring, but the overall trends were kind of interesting when considered from a physics point of view. The inorganic chemistry was pretty basic. The physical chemistry was my favourite - the thermodynamics stuff has been useful to me many times in later subjects. (P.S. I took this subject in semester 1, 2012, but that doesn't appear in the drop-down menu, so I'll select semester 1, 2019, which is the last time I marked exams for this subject.)

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Good subject to choose to get into the Uni lifestyle.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

although its repetitive, its quite difficult being the first uni subject in the course. will recommend putting in extra effort even when you don't feel like it warrants any. Lecturers and tutors are very understanding and helpful though. Make the most of the opportunities.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Definitely a difficult subject, but if you put in the work you will reap the rewards. Most of it is an extension of high school chemistry, so if you have a solid foundation of concepts (molarity, gas laws, ptable trends, etc.) it is definitely an advantage. However, there is also some new stuff in there that takes time to understand (e.g. organic ring-flips, VSEPR). Tutes can be incredibly helpful depending on your tutor, and the pracs can be quite interesting (though stressful). Exam was very fair. In my opinion, as long as you keep up with the content and practice things you're not confident with early on, your mark will reflect your preparation.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

To be fair, I found this subject to be quite dry and nowhere near as enjoyable as chemistry in high school. The difficulty was a massive step up and I felt many lecturers seemed to just force the content into our heads without really explaining it properly. Pracs were rather annoying and stressful and were not related to the lecture content at all. The exam was also much harder than all of the past papers given and I felt that we were often assessed on content that only appeared on one lecture slide. Overall, this subject was poorly organised and was not a fun start to uni chem. However, don’t let this deter you from doing chemistry at uni because I personally found Chemistry 2 a much more positive experience compared to Chemistry 1.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Difficult but fair subject. Plenty of resources provided, but the content itself can be quite challenging. When undertaking this subject, it is important to attempt to understand concepts from the very beginning, and not attempt to cram all study into the SWOTVAC period. Many fail this subject or do poorly because preparation was inadequate. Overall, very fair but challenging, whilst also being quite fascinating in patches.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

The lectures were fine. To get a good mark, you should proactively read the materials before and after the lecture. Some lectures will not be recorded so please try as hard as you can to attend the lecture. The content in this subject is the MOST IMPORTANT BASE for level 2 and 3 subjects if you are majoring in chemistry, chemical system.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016