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Chem 2 is insanely challenging so make sure to work hard on it! As a last-minute person, my brain almost cracked open while attempting the past year questions. Get yourself a good tutor!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

It's hard and miserable doing this subject but I guess that depends on how much you enjoy chemistry.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

The materials are obviously harder than those in chem 1 but as long as you go to the tutorials and stay on top of those questions, you'll be fine!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

Organic chemistry was my favourite part of the subject. Carl taught this part of the course with much enthusiasm and humour. As for quantum mechanics, the lectures are not recorded. But many students complained that they couldn't understand the lecturer anyway. Reading the lecture notes, attending the complementing tutorials and learning through watching online videos is how I personally got through that part of the course. To do well in the other 'inorganic' topics within the subject, I'd try to draw analogies, because much of the content is quite abstract. In sum, understanding the concepts is what you should aim to do. Please DON'T try to rote learn, as the examiners want to test how you APPLY the concepts. Simply remembering a fact may not be enough to solve the problems presented.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

I did this subject in summer semester and hated it. Tutors were unhelpful, when I was lost and asked them for help they told me to re-look at the lecture slides instead of helping me in the application of the theory. Sadly I was forced to do this subject as it was a prerequisite so if you have a choice do not do it!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2014
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