I totally failed chemistry this semester.I'm really down?
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June 19, 2019 / By Corrine Question:
I'm a junior and I really struggled with chemistry this first semester. And I actually tried though! I feel like a complete loser and a total idiot. I really didn't get the concept of "moles".It just didn't make sense to my little pea-brain.I even had different people try to tutor me.I just don't know what happened.I got pretty average grades on my homework,but I just flunked all my tests.
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Bethany | 1 day ago
thats happening to me too, well, not failing but a c! and my parents get really mad if i get bs! i dont want to know whats going to happen when they find out! i hate chemistry and they put me in advanced and im just an average student!
and i got good grades on all my homeworks just the tests and quizzes i get lousy grades. try working really hard next semester and maybe it will average out at the end as passing
with moles- i did NOT get these for the longest time, but once i figured it out i was amazing, but it was too late because that section was over haha
any ways, the atomic weight is equal to 1 mol so if you have, lets say 10.10 grams of hydrogen then that is equal to 10 mols of it.
if you need anything else explained about mols i might be able to help, or chemistry at all, ill try =]
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I will counter ????'s arrogance by saying that I took the AP test for Chemistry, and got a five...and a five on the Bio test, and a five on the Calc test...
the bragging nonwithstanding, the one thing you should understand is that people like different styles of learning - memorizing or logic understanding - what you should do is just memorize the equations and learn how to solve them.
for moles - 1 mole is 6.022*10^23 molecules of something. 1 mole of a certain molecule or atom will weight differently from another one, because atoms and molecules can be different in size
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Chemistry isn't for some people. You probably will find something you are excellent at, so don't even let this bring you down. This is an extremely hard subject--you're doing the right things by getting tutors and help so just keep trying.
Hope this helps.
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Honestly, some people are not wired for chemistry. Stop beating yourself down on it. I know some brilliant people who are freakishly bad at math or science. Now you know that science is probably not the way to go for you and put your attention on something else. Your "little pea-brain" might excel in some other subject.
Also, if you need any homework help. reply that you want my email and ill give it to you.
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Sorry to hear that...
I believe that each person has different talents and capabilities. Chemistry, maybe is one of the subjects which is not your strong point. It's advisable to try harder than your friends or harder than now. Pay a good attention to the teacher, maybe you missed out some tricky issues when he was teaching...
However, there's no point to feel bad for yourself it won't help you to pass the test...All I can say is put yourself together, try harder, aim higher... ;p
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Most freshman enter in the fall, so if you start in the spring, everyone will have established friendships already. You will miss all of the big frat parties and get-to-know-you social events, if that sort if thing is of any interest to you.
1. Will the students from the both semester receive same degree when graduated? Yes
2. Will the degree specificity state that student enter in spring? No
3. Will the courses and teachers be different between two kinds? No
4. Will the same course taught by different teacher in two semesters? Well, most college classes have several sections taught by many professors. So yes, technically, but this is true of every class. Will the famous professor be more likely to teach History 101 fall semester than spring semester? Possibly, but probably only 10% of the freshman class would have gotten into his section first semester anyway, so you wouldn't be missing much.
5. Is the tuition and fee same for both kinds? Yes
6. Is it possible for student entering in spring finish general courses in half year? If yes, can student join the fall semester’s course in the next semester? No. You can't take 30 credits in one semester. You can take a couple of summer classes, but you still won't catch up that quickly. But college is not like high school; everyone has a different major, and goes around filling their required classes in a different manner, so it's not that big a difference. Maybe I never had calculus in high school, so I need to take that freshman year before I can take introductory physics sophomore year; maybe you have AP credit for two semesters of calculus (BC), and so go immediately into introductory physics freshman year; Jane has only one semester of AP credit in calculus (AB), so takes Calculus 2 first semester and Physics 1 second semester; Bob is a literature major and never takes calculus or physics at all.
7. Is it possible for student entering in spring graduate in 3 years and half? In 3 years? If you take classes every summer (financial aid does not pay for these) and take extra classes during the semester (don't attempt this until you know you can handle the work) then maybe. Anyone can do this, not just students that enter in the spring. And AP credits help, of course.
8. Will student entering in spring share a dormitory with student entering in fall? Yes, and yes, they will already all know each other.
9. Are the summer courses different for students from both kinds? No
10. Is it possible for student entering in spring semester join the summer job affair? Or is there a winter job affair? No clue what this is.