Chemistry Review Pages
Last Update: July 2, 2012
The concepts in the chemistry courses that you take at Truman build upon each other and success in an upper-level course often hinges on how well previous material was understood and retained. This is much like building a house: if the foundation is not secure, the rest of the structure will not be stable.
It is often hard for students to recall material from previous courses, especially when the courses were taken several semesters previously. The Chemistry faculty at Truman recognize this, and have prepared the following review sheets to help students recall material from previous courses and to ease the transition to the upper-level courses. It is highly recommended that you look over each sheet at least two weeks before starting the class and then re-read your notes or skim the text to refresh your knowledge. Working problems from the text or from old exams and quizzes are also excellent ways to review old material.