Chemistry Flashcards Pro
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The first step is to determine exactly how long you have to learn chemistry. You'll need a lot more discipline to learn chemistry in a day compared with a week or a month. Also, keep in mind you won't have great retention if you cram chemistry in a day or a week. Ideally you want a month or longer to master any course. If you do end up cramming chemistry, expect to review the material if you need to apply it to a higher level chemistry course or remember it for a test further down the road.
Try to review prior material. Even if it's just a quick review, planning a set amount of time to go over old material will help you retain it.
Work through problems. At the very least, make sure you can work example problems. If you have time (days or weeks instead of hours), work problems. Working problems is the best way to truly learn how to apply the concepts.
Take notes. Writing down important points helps you learn the information.
Recruit a study buddy. A partner can help keep you motivated, plus you can offer each other support and put your heads together when you encounter hard problems or challenging concepts.
Chemistry FlashCards Physician, Nurse, Med Student aid for learning medical terms and words. Subject Decks include Periodic Table, Chemistry Terms, Drugs. Decks added regularly. Used by physicians, nurses, PAs, NPs, medical students, nursing students and more. High School and College students.