I took Ochem II and Quantitative Chemistry both at the same time...
While I got jipped in Quantitative Chemistry and ended up with a solid B (even though I entered the final with an A- and other people who entered the final with an A and got a B- or C+ for the class, according to our teacher), I got an A- in Ochem II after retaking it (I didn't do as well on the final as I wanted to, which was extremely hard, so be grade went from an A to an A- because I got an 85 on it...but anyways, I'll take an A- in Ochem any day.)
But, are you guys finally
proud of me?
That was a legitimate question but on another note...
Will med school look down on people who've taken 3 Ochems though?
Here are my grades for Ochem I and II
Organic Chemistry I (Fall 2012): C
Organic Chemistry II (Spring 2013): C+
(average was somewhere in the mid-high 60s)
Organic Chemistry II (Fall 2013, retake): A-
(average is a 77.30, C+)
I've been told that they look at trends. That's a good improvement no?
Now I have to take Biochemistry, which I hear mixed things about at my school (it's "easy and all memorization" or "it's hard and completely different from organic chemistry").