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Do I need Gen Chem 2 for organic chemistry?

Do I need Gen Chem 2 for organic chemistry?

Gen Chem 2 is a recommended pre-req for Organic, but it is not required.

Can you take two chemistry classes at the same time?

No. Don’t do both at the same time. Learn the G. Chem 1 WELL first, no matter how the topics build or not, and when finished, do G.

Is General Chemistry 2 the same as organic chemistry?

As you are probably aware, organic chemistry is the study of carbon-containing compounds, but if you haven’t taken the course yet, it won’t be a very helpful distinction. Whereas gen chem has a large number of formulae and calculations to do, organic chemistry is notable in the absence of a lot of calculation work.

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Can I take chem and Organic chem at the same time?

You can’t take Chemistry before taking Organic Chemistry. Even if you could, that’d be a very foolish thing to do. General chem isn’t a pre-req for Organic Chemistry at some schools. And I think they are different enough that you could do well at both without taking it all in sequence.

Is it okay to take chemistry and biology at the same time?

A1: Whatever introductory biology class you decide to take, you should take chemistry now, including lab, in your first year. You can take introductory biology at the same time, although most students wait until their second year. (This is generally recommended even if you have a 5 on the bio AP.

Is Gen Chem harder than Ochem?

Organic chemistry is not as difficult as its reputation makes it out to be. I enjoyed the course and personally found it to be significantly easier than general chemistry. I wish I was told before my freshman year that general chemistry would be as hard as orgo because I probably would have studied more for it.

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Is getting AB in Gen Chem bad?

and no a B will not look bad in gen chem, physics, organic chem, etc. as long as it doesn’t becoming a trend. 4.0 is a rare GPA.