Austin Community college, Round Rock
My experience in preparing for a test on chemistry was like having a nightmare because I could not understand everything the teacher explained and even worst I didnít have any one in my house that had studied chemistry recently; so for me it was like a war. I would get so scared and nervous that when it was time to take a test I would forget every single thing I knew. But in the way that is in these paragraphs I realize that everything was in my head and that I just need it to be more organize and follow a couple of steps that they say in this guide like Follow your usual routine, Study the hardest parts first, Use self-discipline in your study habits, Get to know your instructor. I just wish I had this in high school.
Sierra College , Rocklin, Ca
This link led me to a box with 10 helpful tips on how to succeed in chemistry. The thing I most agree with is the first point which is to make time and be sure that I have my priorities straight when it comes to time commitments. As a tutor, and current chemistry student, I find that the hardest part about the class is doing the work for it on my own time. Even with an easy concept taught in class, without persistent practice outside of college, these simple concepts are where I lose points on major exams. All of the tips presented were great and the exactly the habits I want others to acquire to succeed.
As a tutor, I would also advise students to seek help from others, including forming study groups, seeing tutors, and going to their professor on office hours. In my opinion, I gave students these exact study tips, and will continue to do so as reinforced with this article.
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