Just wondering if summer school works any differently to normal sems.. like if i did a typical 6 unit subject(1 week: 3 hours of lectures, 1 hour tute) would it still be the same? or would it be cramned in more?
I want do to normal maths(1001..) for 1st year Bsc at Sydney, i have only done HSC 2 unit mathematics, but i did really well in it. How far will i be behind in normal maths if i don't do the bridging course? and is it really worth doing?
I got the Flu last year for Physics, i applied for misadventure and it was approved, but somhow my exam mark beat my internal assessment mark so they didnt adjust my mark..
but if it effects your performance in anyway you will have a good chance.
i've found it in the success one HSC chemistry section for just forensic chemistry, i havent found it in any HSC past exams, but i was told by my teacher that we should know the structure plus he put it in my trial.. i think he is or was a chem marker.. but im not 100 percent sure if we should...
"Sucrose is a disachharide. write an equation using structural formulae for the reaction of glucose and fructose to form sucrose"
and as we know sucrose is formed from alpha glucose and beta fructose..
If your familar with fructose.. when you look at the 2 carbon atoms that both connect with the oxygen atom, one atoms connects with an OH and HOCH2 and the other with a H and CH2OH.
My question is what is the difference between HOCH2 and CH2OH?, the past paper anwsers and my text book both...