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Comprehensive and Easy Course Notes for CHEM1200 Exams and Assessment

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Pretty much like CHEM1100, teaching style and content wise. A relatively easy first year course.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Really well structured course and a good follow on from CHEM1100. Fairly challenging content, but there were a lot a very useful resources avalible to understand everything. The revision videos on blackboard were the best. HIGHLY RECOMMEND WATCHING THESE. Finally, by working with others on the practical prelabs, getting good marks on this course isn't much trouble.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

CHEM1200 was a well-constructed course. The content is, for a chemistry subject, engaging and much more enjoyable to learn than CHEM1100. The assessment is spread out nicely, and although the pracs can be just as hectic as they were in CHEM1100, they aren't as overwhelming as you're more familiar with the labs. The sapling quizzes can be challenging but are great for studying. This subject may be the first time you come across some inorganic chemistry in depth and if organic didn't tickle your fancy then this just might. I recommend this for anyone who found an interest in CHEM1100 and is looking for a bit more chemistry in all aspects of life.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2014

CHEM1200 was an enjoyable subject. The content flowed on from highschool, with some concepts taken slightly further, which was an easy way to encounter new material. The lecturing staff were all very helpful and generally were very engaging lecturers. The sapling quizzes were also a lot easier than in CHEM1100 as there were more questions (meaning a silly mistake did not impact your grade) and no time limit. The practical element was also less stressful then in CHEM1100 although perhaps this is because students are more experiences. As in CHEM1100, students can save time in the pracs by filling in parts of the manual before class (molar mass calculations, "skeletons" of formulas etc.). The PASS and sapling questions were useful revision, and a good way to prepare for the final. The final itself was more challenging then many students expected - the acid base MCQ were time consuming, The biggest mistake I made on the final was wasting time checking my answers to organic and metal questions, when I should have saved the time for the acid base questions.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

Loved this course, very interesting and excellent lecturers. So much more engaging than CHEM1100

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015