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Chemistry has always been one of my better subjects. I did well in General Chemistry and well on the organic chemistry portions we had in it, as well as the ones we had in high school. And I have an actual interest in chemistry.
I am definitely taking organic chemistry this fall. I am just wondering how difficult it is. It's been said that it's the "weed-out" for pre-med students and so many people at my university have failed it. However, the majority of people at my state university are idiots so to speak so I know their opinion isn't accurate.
To those who've taken it, does it involve a lot of reading? or more figuring out?
I am debating on whether or not I should take a general biology class also in the same semester. This biology class is your average biology class -- easy but a lot of time required to read and memorize facts.
So would you guys think it'd be better to take "easier" classes like psychology and other general ed requirements or is it unnecessary to think o-chem will take up so much time?