Chemistry 100: Introduction to General Chemistry
- Prof. John Love, lecturer MWF 1-1:50pm, Sections 1-21 and 50-52, (Syllabus)
- Prof. Tom Huxford, lecturer MWF 8-8:50am, Sections 22-39, (Syllabus)
- and MWF 9-9:50am, Sections 40-49, (Syllabus)
- Kathleen McNamara Schroeder, lab coordinator
Lectures:MWF 1-1:50am (sections 1-21, 50, 51), 8-8:50am (lab sections 22-39), 9-9:50am (lab sections 40-49). All lectures are in ENS-280.
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FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
- When will I get in Chem 100? A: It all depends who drops each section. An AVERAGE of 2 people drop per section, some sections no one drops, some sections 6 people drop. It is better to be #1 on an 8 am lab waitlist than #10 on a 2 pm lab waitlist. As soon as someone drops, the next person can be added. If you are #1 on the waitlist and you see a spot open and it has been more than 12 hours, email firstname.lastname@example.org and I will add you.
- But as long as I am on the waitlist I will eventually get in? A: Nope. If no one drops from a section, no one can be added. And you will still see your name on a wait list even after the add/drop period ends- that does not mean you still have a shot at getting in, only that the registrar does not zero out names.
- I am a graduating senior and I really need this class, can I have priority? A: The wait list takes units into account. You get a higher priority with more units. I have no way of changing that. But seriously- if you really need this class and you see a lab spot open at 8 am - TAKE IT! Everyone hates 8 am labs, but it is better than not getting a spot.
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