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 ====== How To Study for Chemistry ====== ====== How To Study for Chemistry ======
  
-Chemistry is one of those classes you either love or dread. At the high school level chemistry is usually not a required course – it's an elective. However, most reputable colleges require all undergraduate students to take at least one chemistry course as a prerequisite to graduation. If you plan on pursuing a career in medicine, engineering,​ or a field of natural science, then you're likely going to be required to take at least one chemistry courses before you graduate. Chemistry is a challenging subject for most people, but it doesn'​t have to be. +Chemistry is one of those classes you either love or dread. At the high school levelchemistry is usually not a required course – it's an elective. However, most reputable colleges require all undergraduate students to take at least one chemistry course as a prerequisite to graduation. If you plan on pursuing a career in medicine, engineering,​ or a field of natural science, then you're likely going to be required to take at least one chemistry courses before you graduate. Chemistry is a challenging subject for most people, but it doesn'​t have to be. 
  
 Just like in sports or music, you wouldn’t read about running and then go out and run a marathon. Nor would you read about playing music for weeks on end and then try to play a concierto at a live musical performance. Chemistry is actually very similar—the courses rely on applied conceptual exercises, taking the knowledge learned through class and text materials and using it in problems. Just like in sports or music, you wouldn’t read about running and then go out and run a marathon. Nor would you read about playing music for weeks on end and then try to play a concierto at a live musical performance. Chemistry is actually very similar—the courses rely on applied conceptual exercises, taking the knowledge learned through class and text materials and using it in problems.
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