- How to Succeed in Chemistry Without Really Crying eBook
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Who should use this eBook?
High school chemistry students, home schoolers, first year college chem students, high school teachers who suddenly find themselves teaching chemistry in addition to coaching volleyball.
Why should I pay for this eBook? I already have a textbook.
A textbook simply covers the material. With this eBook you get the guidance you need by an experienced professional college professor. You will not make the common mistakes other chemistry students make, because we know these mistakes and train you to avoid them. Other free websites do not provide calculator guidance. Commit to success. Be at the top of your class!
Do you have military/single mother/good student/AAA discounts?
We are unable to offer discounts. With this eBook you get nine chapters that cover the lingo, calculator skills, nomenclature, significant figures, dimensional analysis, stoichiometry, solutions, gases, acids and bases. The eBook includes over 100 practice problems with solutions. This is a quality product. Study this eBook, and you will gain a solid foundation for your chemistry class success!
Do you guarantee I’ll get an A?
It all depends on you. So, no, we do not guarantee you’ll earn an A. To succeed in almost anything takes time and practice and effort. If you think chemistry is too hard, and you give up on the first difficult problem, then you will not get an A. If you study the eBook, work every one of these problems (maybe even more than once), and read your text book, and pay attention to your teacher, you will understand chemistry and how to work the problems correctly. That is a good way to ace chemistry! You can do it!
If I’m failing chemistry, will your eBook help me pass?
This eBook will help you get a solid foundation in understanding chemistry. This eBook will help keep you from getting confused with each new chapter. But if you are just finding us, and already failing chemistry, it is probably too late. Unless you are willing to work long and hard, and work every one of these problems (maybe even more than once), it will be unlikely you will get your grade out of the F range. But, if you study this eBook, the next time you take chemistry you will succeed!
What calculator do I need?
Use the calculator that your instructor suggests, or requires. It should have a log key and an exponent key.
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