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Labs are really complex but are interesting, heaps of content to remember so studying well in advance for exams is a must

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Very interesting first year unit that doesn't just focus on a review of school content. Possible to HD if you stay on top of the lecture content and weekly quizzes; some lecturers used a chalkboard which is not recorded so make sure you go to those lectures. Labs were ok but could easily end up running over time. If you revise a few of the previous years exams, the content doesn't change a whole lot so you will be fine for the final exam if you understand the concepts.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

More interesting chem unit than the other first year unit. Difficult concepts at first so I would recommend going to the lectures (this is the only unit that I have ever gone to all the lectures) and then re-watching them and do google searches on specific parts didn't understand. Bring paper to the lectures to write and draw notes on. Also, write notes by hand, especially when it comes to mechanisms. Lecturers are awesome and really helpful when you don't understand concepts. One writes on the blackboard so watching online can be quite confusing. Labs are difficult and stressful but fun if you have good people on your bench. Demonstrators are nice and helpful. Online quizzes were personally so much harder than the final exam. If you put in hard work and effort into this unit, a HD is definitely manageable.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Interesting unit, definitely one of my favorite first year unit as it teaches you more than just simple foundation to get everyone up to speed. This unit is slightly harder than some other CHEM first year unit, but not impossible to get HD aslong as you put the effort in. Attending lecture is very important as some lecturer won't show some aspect of their lecture online. Other than that the Lab is really fun and if you got the right demonstrator it's even better.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015

Definitely one of the more difficult first year chemistry units, would recommend attending all lectures (and labs) as well as joining a PAL group or finding a tutor. Some lecturers use chalk-board/white-board examples which are not recorded.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2013
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