CHEM 101 / CHEM 101H
UNC University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Spring 2023
Contact me for 1-on-1 tutoring today, and you'll learn popular concepts UNC CHEM 101 professors most likely test on exams. Access one-of-a-kind resources and learn hundreds of tips and tricks to help you prepare for your upcoming homework and tests!
Spring 2023 Professors at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
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What to look out for in UNC CHEM 101
Past Exam Keys
When you tutor with me, I give you full access to my extensive CHEM 101 exam keys. Each professor has their own exam collection, but it's up to the individual teacher to decide how much is shared publicly with students. Simply ask your professor!
Each professor at UNC weighs exams and homework points differently. Visit your professor's page to see historical stats. Tutor with me ASAP to access multiple semester's worth of exam averages.
Exams are 50% multiple choice and 50% short answers. You'll usually see 1 or 2 tricky calculation questions that contain a "concept within a concept" and the exams are designed so that the majority of the class can finish quickly, but not accurately.
Grading on a Curve
Many professors at UNC grade on a curve to create their desired distribution of scores. Most professors strive for a lower exam average than 70%. Beware that some don't curve at all! Tutor with me now to access multiple semester's worth of curve cutoffs.
Study Tips for CHEM 101 Exams
Be bold and ask direct questions when you're stuck - there's value in wrong answers so you can recognize and avoid them.
Silence your phone, videos and tell family to stop bugging you to create a focused environment.
Get Help Early
Work with a tutor, find a study group, or talk to your professor if you get stuck.
Why Tutor With Me for CHEM 101?
Access To Joy's Extensive Resources - You'll get access to my entire exam key collection and homework answers relevant and similar to CHEM 101.
Learn to Sound Smart with Your Professor - Learn how to shine among your peers by visiting office hours often with "smart" questions ready in hand - I'll teach you how and what questions to ask and get the most out of 1-on-1 face time during professor office hours.
Focus on What's "Actually" Tested - I will emphasize topics that are known to have been historically tested in CHEM 101 and similar classes around the country. I'll reinforce really important subjects that you'll need to know to pass your exams and get your desired grade.
Exam Technology Tricks - Learn to maximize the limited time provided during online exams. I'll teach you how to optimize linear or non-linear exams, and think calmly during the stressful hour.