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...I have taught students both general chemistry and AP chemistry, and I know that chemistry is a course that some students fear the mere mention of. It doesn't have to be that way; with some intensive study of the basics and a little memorization, chemistry can be just like adding and subtracting - intuitive! The SAT is changing soon.

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