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  • If you did bad in Chem I, is that a strong indication that you will do poorly in Chem II?         

If you did bad in Chem I, is that a strong indication that you will do poorly in Chem II?
Renee H.
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Friday, May 21, 2010 8:01 AM

If you are bad in chem I, it doesn't mean that you are going to be bad in chem II, the reasoning behind it is chem I is an intro class for most freshman and the exams are generally multiple choice exam. So there might be a chance that you do poorly in chem I because you are not very good at taking multiple choice exam or you do not learn as much when the class size is 500 people.
Chris BAL.
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