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Studying Should I take physics 1 and chemistry 2 simultaneously?

  1. Jun 2, 2017 #1
    During the summer semester, which is around 6-8 weeks. Chemistry 1 was a breeze for me, I scored an A. I've always liked physics in high school, but I've never done physics in over a year.
    Physics 1 holds 5 credits, and chemistry 2 holds 4 credits.
    I'm a biology major if that changes anything.
     
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  3. Jun 2, 2017 #2

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    Did you learn your Chemistry 1 WELL during the summer session? Having it been a "breeze" during summer session is not the same as LEARNING WELL. Assuming that you gained what you would have if Chem 1 were a regular semester length class, and if you are normally intelligent and have the energy, doing both Chemistry 2 and Physics 1 may be reasonable. Just understand, they both are tough, difficult courses with included lab sections.
     
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