I noticed something about AP Chemistry

<p>The material is easy, but the LABS ARE INSANE. Most of the lab questions they ask you in the classroom are ridiculous. Some of them, I just stare blankly at it and I ask, how the **** am I suppose to know this? I noticed most of the questions they ask you on the lab books are beyond the scope of the course.</p>

<p>Which lab questions? From the FRQ? Some are hard, some are easy. The hard ones are the ones you supposed to do in AP Chem. Easy ones - simple subtractions and reasoning. </p>

<p>If you're talking about MC, I would either risk it or skip it.</p>

<p>Yeah, AP Chemistry is easy for me, but the MC portion requires moderate critical thinking.</p>

<p>No, classroom labs. Like actual lab work.</p>

<p>We've done some titration stuff, along with some other work like colligative properties. I didn't think it was too bad.</p>

<p>What labs are you referring to specifically?</p>

<p>Oh, our AP Chemistry teacher goes does a lot of off-topic materials. We did Normality, coordinate complexes and a lot of stuff that is not on the AP Exam...</p>

<p>Oh, lab questions from the classroom lab. Yeah, they're difficult. I didn't understand what they're saying and how I would answer them. </p>

<p>If you're going into lab research, normality, coordinate complexes, and a lot of stuff would benefit you.</p>

<p>I want to be a Chemical Engineering and so far I like AP Chem except for the Labs, but I'm sure thats because of my teacher who loves to complain 24/7 and our antique lab equipment.</p>