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5 Steps to Surviving Chemistry: Tips for Understanding a Challenging Course

5 Steps Series, Book 3
Narrated by: E. Roy Worley
Length: 4 hrs and 50 mins
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Summary

Do you struggle in chemistry class?

You’re not alone. It’s easy to get lost in the technical language. Enhance any course textbook with these step-by-step instructions to help with your homework and classwork sheets. Master the material and perhaps even have some fun along the way.

Inside, you'll find....

  • Thirteen chapters broken down by topic
  • Detailed instructions for dealing with the math
  • Tips and tricks for better understanding
  • Common mistakes to avoid

Bonus: suggestions for communicating effectively with your teachers.

"Excellent coverage of key topics for chemistry students of all levels (high school and college)." (David A. Hunt, PhD, professor of chemistry, The College of New Jersey)

©2017 Julie C. Gilbert (P)2018 Julie C. Gilbert

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  • Peter P Joseph Jr
  • 02-12-18

Not the best on audible

hard to listen to on audio due to all the links and equations. great concepts, just not good to listen to. i wish i bought the paper version

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  • Grant
  • 24-05-18

Disappointing, but with potential.

The narrator reads entire urls and tables (and he also often reads elements by their abbreviations instead of just saying their names), although he has a listenable voice and perfect delivery. Reading tables and urls fluffs the already-minimal content; beyond the fluff, there is probably only about 3 hours of content, which isn't enough to merit paying a credit. However, that content is incisive and helpful. The author has good insight, so I would love it if she updated and expanded this book and/or created more chemistry audiobooks (such as on biochemistry), and I would probably buy them.