Once you get to university, talking to an advisor might not be at the top of your list. Maybe you’ve spent some time getting to know your major and the coursework it entails, and you know exactly what you’re going to do. That’s great! However, a major resource that can often be overlooked at university is the resource that comes with connecting with an advisor who understands your goals and guides you to achieve them.
These time management tips serve as a guide for college students. Given that there is not a fixed lifestyle routine in college, prioritization and organization are the foundations of success.
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During the era of COVID-19, individuals might be seeking out guidance for career, internship, or college related applications. One of the most useful tools to help guide you in the process of applying or opportunity-searching is to network.
I was determined to have experience with as many facets of BU as possible, whether it was my freshman year or my senior year.
I have listed my favorite college resources. Look at the takeaways for the advice I wish I knew when I started college.
In this portion, I have made a chart to keep track of some very common reactions and mechanisms for Organic Chemistry I.
In this article I’ll be breaking down each of these concepts and adding some resources I found helpful for studying. This will cover the structure, connectivity, isomerism and visual representations of different orgo concepts.