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Chemistry Series

8

AP Chemistry FRQ Dive

19th session

In each session, we will work on 1-2 FRQs from the AP Chemistry Exam to prepare for midterms or for the AP exam in May.

More sessions will be added.

Mengmeng Z

52/100

IB Chemistry Exam Review!

6th session

Welcome to a series dedicated completely to IB HL Chemistry exam prep!

I see you IB learners - as a former IB student myself, it's sometimes hard to find resources or information regarding the course! In this series, I'll go through the course and highlight tips that helped me score a 7 in the subject. We'll not only go through the content, but we'll link it back to the requirements of the exam as well, so if you're a May 2024 HL Chem exam taker, this series is for you!

Please note that we won't be learning topics completely from scratch; this will work off the assumption that you have at least learnt the topic in class and would like to review the concepts. However, any doubts you have will hopefully be clarified as we move through the series, and you should feel very prepared for your exams in May :)

November 2024 IB takers - feel free to join as well! Just note that you may not have covered a couple of the topics so in those lessons, so it may seem completely unfamiliar.

Please don't hesitate to message me with questions! Looking forward to seeing y'all in sessions :D

Rahul S

20/30

AP Chem cram before the exam

5th session

With six comprehensive sessions, we'll utilize a problem-based approach, starting with questions from past AP Chemistry exams. Through guided discussion and review, you'll gain a deep understanding of the topics necessary for success.

Session Breakdown:

Session 1 - Foundations of Chemistry
We'll kick off by analyzing questions from past exams that focus on atomic structure, the periodic table, chemical bonding, and nomenclature. Through detailed discussions and explanations, we'll solidify your understanding of these foundational concepts.

Session 2 - Chemical Reactions and Stoichiometry
Starting with sample problems from previous exams, we'll delve into types of chemical reactions, stoichiometry, and balancing chemical equations. Through problem-solving and discussion, you'll learn how to apply these principles effectively.

Session 3 - Gases and Thermochemistry
This session will begin with questions related to gas behavior, gas laws, and thermochemical calculations. Together, we'll work through sample problems to deepen your understanding of these concepts and their applications.

Session 4 - Chemical Kinetics and Equilibrium
We'll start with questions that focus on reaction rates, factors affecting rates, and chemical equilibrium. Through analysis and discussion, you'll gain insight into the complexities of kinetics and equilibrium systems.

Session 5 - Acids and Bases, Solutions, and Electrochemistry
Beginning with sample questions on acid-base chemistry, solution properties, and electrochemical reactions, we'll explore the intricacies of these topics. Through problem-solving and discussion, you'll master key concepts and their applications.

Session 6 - Comprehensive review of all topics covered in previous sessions, focusing on sample AP Chemistry exam questions to simulate test conditions.

Throughout each session, we'll prioritize active learning through problem-solving and in-depth discussion. You'll have the opportunity to ask questions, clarify doubts, and engage in discussions to enhance your comprehension.

Asher B  

Registration full.

Getting a 5 in AP Chemistry

26th session

Hello, my name is Kush, and I am a college freshman who got a 5 on the AP Chemistry Exam and an A+ in the class! This series is different as we go over the strategies to answer REAL Multiple Choice and Free Response Questions so you do your best on the exam! This series is designed to help you do well in your class and get a 5 on the AP Chem Exam in May.

Kush K

17 spots left!

AP Chemistry Review

8th session

Each week we will be going through practice problems and reviewing concepts from the different units associated with the AP Chemistry Syllabus. MCQ and FRQs will be provided at each session to help with exam prep. Short review of relevant concepts will also be implemented in each session.

Note: this session is for students taking the AP Chemistry exam in May of 2024. Anyone can join, but you may not get much out of the sessions as it is exam prep and I will not be teaching any concepts in depth as test taker’s need to already have a basic understanding.

Claire S

3 spots left!

Introduction to Organic Chemistry

6th session

In this series, you will learn what is Organic Chemistry. We will cover the importance of carbon, understanding skeletal structures, and functional groups' nomenclature and properties.

Learners are recommended to have a basic understanding of acid/base theory, as well as of intermolecular forces, however, it is not required.

If you missed any session, it is highly recommended to take a look at the PowerPoint sent in the group of the series.

Evan R

Registration full.

Introduction to Organic Chemistry

2nd session

In this series, you will learn what is Organic Chemistry. We will cover the importance of carbon, understanding skeletal structures, and functional groups' nomenclature and properties.

Learners are recommended to have a basic understanding of acid/base theory, as well as of intermolecular forces.

If you missed any session, it is highly recommended to take a look at the PowerPoint sent in the group of the series.

Evan R

7/20

Chem Club

13th session

Welcome to Chem Club! This series is for all you chemistry enthusiasts to learn new and exciting topics typically not typically taught in schools and to share your passion of chem with others.

This series serves as a chem community engagement series hosted by the moderators to bring a stronger sense of community and connections between members of the chem subworld.

Each week we will cover a new topic and play fun games such as Kahoot!s to challenge our knowledge.

Feel free to join sessions as and when you are able to, but we would love to have you as regular participants and form a consistent group. Looking forward to seeing you in sessions!

Claire S

Registration full.

Chemistry Sessions

4

Today

  • AP Chemistry: Unit 6 Crash Course

10:00 PM - 11:00 PM

We'll go through an overview of the material that you need to know for unit 6 (I expect this to be a review) and then we'll have practice problems sprinkled within the session like MCQs and FRQ parts to keep the session interactive.

Note: I will be conducting this class as a review as if you have learned the unit and the session will be very fast-paced as I am trying to cover a lot of material in a short amount of time.

Mengmeng Z

5/10