CHEM 1202: General Chemistry

Overview

Course: CHEM 1202
Title: General Chemistry
Department: CHEM - Chemistry
Credits: 3
Description: Prereq.: CHEM 1201 or 1421. Credit will not be given for both this course and CHEM 1422. For science/engineering curricula. Continuation of CHEM 1201. Additional theory with emphasis on solution chemistry and a quantitative approach; descriptive chemistry of selected elements and compounds from the main groups and the first transition series.
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History

Semester Average W-Rate A B C D F Enrolled Avail Sections
Fall 2016 (shown) 660 114 3
Summer 2016 118 7 1
Spring 2016 1628 172 8
Fall 2015 746 29 3
Summer 2015 106 4 1
Spring 2015 1750 298 9
Fall 2014 750 3
Summer 2014 33 67 1
Spring 2014 1527 275 8
Fall 2013 612 154 3
Summer 2013 73 27 1
Spring 2013 1457 369 8
Fall 2012 550 190 3
Summer 2012 105 90 1
Spring 2012 1345 403 7
Fall 2011 576 23 3
Summer 2011 87 108 1
Spring 2011 1349 401 7
Fall 2010 685 3
Summer 2010 39 156 1
Spring 2010 1551 542 10
Fall 2009 505 215 3
Summer 2009 2.713 4% 25% 30% 30% 5% 3% 105 90 1
Spring 2009 2.557 6% 24% 30% 19% 10% 8% 1272 474 7
Fall 2008 557 176 3
Overall 2.569 7% 25% 30% 20% 10% 8% 1378

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NOTE: Grade distribution information for this semester is not yet available. The Average and W-Rate shown are averages for the given instructor in CHEM 1202. Click an instructor's name for a full breakdown.

Section Course Days Start End Enrolled Avail Type Average W-Rate Distro Instructor Room/Building
1 CHEM 1202-1 MWF 12:30p 1:20p 265 0 DURAN R 0103 WILLIAMS
2 CHEM 1202-2 TTh 7:30a 8:50a 249 0 2.634 9% HOGAN J 0103 WILLIAMS
3 CHEM 1202-3 TTh 3:00p 4:20p 146 114 SCHNEIDER C 0103 WILLIAMS

Reviews

Recommended/A+ Instructor
Recommended/B Course
C Communication Skills
A+ Personality
B Course Content
A+ Exams and Grading
D Time Required
C Grade You Earned
Review #1 / Course: CHEM 1202 / Instructor: RUPNIK K
Take Chemistry with Dr. Rupnik and follow all of the advises i'm going to give you to an A in the class! The grade is divided into 5 tests (4 regular exams and the Final), online homework and class participation. Each of the four exams is worth 12.5% of your final grade, so can still get an A in the class if you do badly in a couple of them. Test 4 is still worth 12.5% but is half cumulative. The final is worth 35% but is cumulative, and easier than previous tests. Class participation is evaluated with quizzes. HINTS: 1. GO TO CLASS, class participation is worth 10% of the grade and he doesn't even check the quizzes. He apparently just records your name in his grade book. 2) GO TO HIS OFFICE HOURS and show him how interested you are in the class. You should know some of the material before seeing him, so he knows you actually make an effort in the class. 3) For the tests, study from his practice exams to get a feel of what to expect on the actual exam. I got an A in the class when it was mathematically impossible to get it with the grade I had before the final. I believe he curved the final grade and/or remembered me from his office hours.
Posted: 12/28/2010 8:19:42 AM
Not Recommended/D Instructor
Not Recommended/C Course
D Communication Skills
A+ Personality
D Course Content
C Exams and Grading
C Time Required
D Grade You Earned
Review #2 / Course: CHEM 1202 / Instructor: RUPNIK K
rupnik is a bad teacher. his lectures and notes are very scattered and sloppy organized. nice guy, but his online hw also sucks alot.
Posted: 12/10/2010 3:39:45 PM
Recommended/A+ Instructor
Recommended/A+ Course
A+ Communication Skills
A+ Personality
A+ Course Content
A+ Exams and Grading
B Time Required
A+ Grade You Earned
Review #3 / Course: CHEM 1202 / Instructor: COOK E
Cook is a funny teacher. She laughs at her own jokes and is strangely entertaining. The class is okay. Cook has a note packet that you should buy and you just fill out the notes in class. If you do the homework you should do well on the exams. Just study and do the homework and you should make a good grade.
Posted: 11/20/2010 3:01:18 PM
Recommended/B Instructor
Recommended/A+ Course
C Communication Skills
B Personality
A+ Course Content
A+ Exams and Grading
C Time Required
C Grade You Earned
Review #4 / Course: CHEM 1202 / Instructor: COOK E
Dr. Cook was very organized and always had the exam answers posted right after the exam. She was also very willing to help anyone who wanted to learn! Although she would sometimes mumble and ramble on to where not many people could really hear her, she offered tons of bonus! I took her for 1201 also which in my opinion was a little more difficult but still bearable. Take Cook if you want to learn!!
Posted: 8/12/2010 9:05:40 AM
Not Recommended/D Instructor
Recommended/C Course
F Communication Skills
F Personality
D Course Content
C Exams and Grading
B Time Required
F Grade You Earned
Review #5 / Course: CHEM 1202 / Instructor: SITUMA C
The teacher has a very thick accent and her lectures are worthless. Office hours are a nightmare and mastering chemistry is a joke. She would constantly expand the deadline for homework but not inform the class until you had no more attempts left.
Posted: 5/18/2010 10:26:00 PM

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