Dave Rampersad, Ph.D.
Greer Hall, Rm 302
334 | 386 - 7105
334 | 386 - 7558 (fax)
|CHM 1112||General Chemistry II Lab||MW 1:40 - 3:00 Spring|
|CHM 1312||General Chemistry II||MW 10:40 - 12:00 Spring|
|CHM 1411||General Chemistry I||MW 10:40 - 12:00|
|CHM 3150||Organic Chemistry II Lab||F 8:30 - 12:30 Spring|
|CHM 3350||Organic Chemistry II||TTh 10:40 - 12:00 Spring|
|CHM 3449||Organic Chemistry I||TTh 10:40-12:00|
By appointment only; please call the office and set up a meeting time at your
convenience. Additionally, please feel free to e-mail any questions, concerns,
or anything pertinent to your studies in my classes.
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Welcome to my classes and your study of chemistry.
Please locate the course you are enrolled in for the syllabus, assignments, announcements, and various resources.
Here are some very significant tips to remember if you want to be successful in your study of Chemistry:
You cannot memorize everything; you must understand the principles involved.
On the other hand, you cannot get by without memorizing anything.
Read the material to be covered before you come to class.
Make sure that you complete ALL assignments before the next lecture.
You must do the subject a little at a time; you cannot cram everything the night before the exam.
As is often pointed out by chemistry textbooks, remember the two most important rules about chemistry:
1. Don't fall behind; there is too much material and its virtually impossible to catch up.
2. You MUST work problems and lots of them.
Good luck to you and please see me if you are encountering any problems at all in your studies.