If you plan to go medical school and become a doctor, or pharmacist, or any health-related professionals, it is likely that you will need to take the ACS standardized exam at some point. The exam is typically assigned as a heavily weighed final exam. While studying chemistry, some people are lucky that chemistry "click" in their minds like the concepts have always been there. Other people have to pay much more effort to digest those principles that are rarely used in our daily lives, such as moles, stoichiometry, thermodynamics, and etc. Interestingly, people from both groups can bomb the ACS standardized exam, which can set their career progress back by one semester or more.
This exam-orientated course will enhance your performance by preparing your exam taking strategy and summarize the key chemical concepts in General Chemistry I.
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