Alright, so i have school starting wednesday, and im in AP Chem. I did baller in chem last year, all 3.5's and a 95 on the regents (my teacher gave me a 4.0 for the year).
But i forget shit over the summer.
So we have like 700 questions in a chem packet to do in two days, and we have a cumulative test of last year in the second week of school. We also have forumal writing test in the first week of school
So i need your tips or memorizing forumals a shit. The formula writing test is all memorization of polyatomic ions and normal elements and their oxidation numbers. I need to memorize this stuff well. I did it last year, but i was in learning mode.
Also, i just need to remember a bunch of formulas that were on the regents chem reference table
Any tips to memorizing? shit i should remember that's really specific or confusing?
"dubsman i had a fn dream about you playing lacrosse or some shit... i spend too much time on ns" - ace_$
if you can use a graphing calculator you can store formulas in programs, or a notefolio depending on a calculator. Ti 83 and 84 you can use programs, and with the ti 89 you can use a notefolio. If you dont or cant use these calculators
also if you have a phone that takes good pics you can take pics of notes or work books
we sort of have a cheating problem at my school.
if you wanna actually learn it i dont really think theres a short cut. It'll just take work, and you probably already know whats works best for you. But, for lots of formulas and stuff like that I normally just have a sheet with them all cause I have a good memory, and then I have someone ask me what X formula is. So notecards if I'm on my own.