Alright boys and girls, be real with me. I always known that I'm no good at chemistry, but I'm pre-med and so I sucked it up and took Chem 1A this semester. For all you ChemE, MCB, Math, or Physics majors, I may seem like a wimp. However, I am a historical/literary kind of person. Yet as a pre-med, I had to take Chem 1A and I have a 69% test average right now. The class is set on a slight point system curve (Professor Nitsche), but I want blunt and honest opinions of how much I could possibly salvage my grade on the final. Do lab/OWL grades usually help? And if so, how much?
That leads to....am I going to die in Chem 3A
This is bad...just want to know how bad it actually is.