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CHEM 1127: General Chemistry
University of Connecticut

CHEM 1127 General Chemistry is a Chemistry course at UCONN taught by the following professor: Cady.
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  • Class rating 2/5
    Yes, she has an accent and her English is not so great. However, she is a very friendly professor and tries to help her students succeed. Chemistry was never an easy subject, so you'll need to study to succeed. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 2/5
    It's a tough class. Like everyone else says, Chem. is a tricky subject. She knows what she is doing, and has potential to be a great teacher (she's very smart), but is too fast pace. If she took time to explain things, the class would run until the actual end time of the lectures, which it doesn't. Tests are very difficult. I would avoid her. I actually really wanted to learn chemistry and was disappointed. I never missed a lecture and what she does is read the powerpoint. If there's math involved she'll do it on the board but she flys through it without really explaining what's happening and why. Basically, try not to take her. If you get her, good luck. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 2/5
    Just don't take her. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 1/5
    Although the professor has office hours, she rarely shows up on time to assist her students. If you do, shes not that bad, if you dont, watch out. She goes very fast and doesn't like to answer questions during class. Do the homework! Then go meet with her because she likes office hours (but only if you have questions for her already). She has an accent so pay attention. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 2/5
    She goes through the slides way too fast. If you make an appointment to ask for help in her class, her feedback is very vague. Whenever you ask for help before, during or after class she seems to be very discourteous and blunt. She knows what she is doing, but she can not teach for her life and you will not know what you are doing. Lectures are way too fast and not helpful at all. Her practice exams seem easy, but don't be fooled her exams are impossible and the quizzes are hard. MUST DO HOMEWORK. Best of luck. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 1/5
    I recommend you not take Yashan. So, good luck. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 2/5
    Her teaching style totally depends whether you like Chemistry or not. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 4/5
    She makes everything simple in lecture and her notes are all handwritten on the board. She explains everything in detail so its not really a class worth skipping. Theres also lots of quizzes. Its best to do the homework too because some problems show up on the test. Also her accent really isnt an issue at all&she makes sure everyone understands She is very clear and straight forward when it comes to explaining content and doing out example problems in class. She DOES NOT use power points, all notes are hand written on the board so GO TO CLASS! Exams are fair, if you go to class, pay attention, and study, you should be fine. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    I took this class as a summer course and it was one of the best sciences courses I have ever taken. There are exams every week so you must be prepared and on top of your work. If you study and do the homework problems you will definitely pass. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Priya is very knowledgeable in Chemisty. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 4/5
    Yashan is nice and willing to help. But unfortunately, this is not an easy course but very important to most of us. She has an accent, but easy to understand after a couple weeks. She has practice exams which covers most of the stuff she wants to cover in the actual exams. But do NOT memorize the answers in the practice exams, you will be screwed. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 2/5
    Yashan is a very different professor. She uses funny examples in class, and makes the most out of the lectures. She posts everything online, therefore you are able to learn it yourself. Which sometimes is a good idea. Her exams are just like the practice exam she gives you, making it easier to study. Keep up with the book work, and youll be fine. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 2/5
    She clearly knows and loves what she teaches, but can't always fathom that all of her students are not aspiring chem majors, and sometimes will need extra explaining. Much of the material does not click immediately, and it would do her good to go through more examples during class. Overall shes a nice woman but needs to work on her teaching. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    She is one of the best professors at UCONN. I took 1127 with her during the Summer and I loved it. She explains everything so that we all feel comfortable with the subject! Her class is an easy A IF you attend class, take good notes, and DO THE HOMEWORK PROBLEMS! ...Continue reading

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  • Class rating 2/5
    Yes, she has an accent and her English is not so great. However, she is a very friendly professor and tries to help her students succeed. Chemistry was never an easy subject, so you'll need to study to succeed. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 2/5
    It's a tough class. Like everyone else says, Chem. is a tricky subject. She knows what she is doing, and has potential to be a great teacher (she's very smart), but is too fast pace. If she took time to explain things, the class would run until the actual end time of the lectures, which it doesn't. Tests are very difficult. I would avoid her. I actually really wanted to learn chemistry and was disappointed. I never missed a lecture and what she does is read the powerpoint. If there's math involved she'll do it on the board but she flys through it without really explaining what's happening and why. Basically, try not to take her. If you get her, good luck. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 2/5
    Just don't take her. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 1/5
    Although the professor has office hours, she rarely shows up on time to assist her students. If you do, shes not that bad, if you dont, watch out. She goes very fast and doesn't like to answer questions during class. Do the homework! Then go meet with her because she likes office hours (but only if you have questions for her already). She has an accent so pay attention. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 2/5
    She goes through the slides way too fast. If you make an appointment to ask for help in her class, her feedback is very vague. Whenever you ask for help before, during or after class she seems to be very discourteous and blunt. She knows what she is doing, but she can not teach for her life and you will not know what you are doing. Lectures are way too fast and not helpful at all. Her practice exams seem easy, but don't be fooled her exams are impossible and the quizzes are hard. MUST DO HOMEWORK. Best of luck. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 1/5
    I recommend you not take Yashan. So, good luck. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 2/5
    Her teaching style totally depends whether you like Chemistry or not. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 4/5
    She makes everything simple in lecture and her notes are all handwritten on the board. She explains everything in detail so its not really a class worth skipping. Theres also lots of quizzes. Its best to do the homework too because some problems show up on the test. Also her accent really isnt an issue at all&she makes sure everyone understands She is very clear and straight forward when it comes to explaining content and doing out example problems in class. She DOES NOT use power points, all notes are hand written on the board so GO TO CLASS! Exams are fair, if you go to class, pay attention, and study, you should be fine. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    I took this class as a summer course and it was one of the best sciences courses I have ever taken. There are exams every week so you must be prepared and on top of your work. If you study and do the homework problems you will definitely pass. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Priya is very knowledgeable in Chemisty. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 4/5
    Yashan is nice and willing to help. But unfortunately, this is not an easy course but very important to most of us. She has an accent, but easy to understand after a couple weeks. She has practice exams which covers most of the stuff she wants to cover in the actual exams. But do NOT memorize the answers in the practice exams, you will be screwed. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 2/5
    Yashan is a very different professor. She uses funny examples in class, and makes the most out of the lectures. She posts everything online, therefore you are able to learn it yourself. Which sometimes is a good idea. Her exams are just like the practice exam she gives you, making it easier to study. Keep up with the book work, and youll be fine. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 2/5
    She clearly knows and loves what she teaches, but can't always fathom that all of her students are not aspiring chem majors, and sometimes will need extra explaining. Much of the material does not click immediately, and it would do her good to go through more examples during class. Overall shes a nice woman but needs to work on her teaching. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    She is one of the best professors at UCONN. I took 1127 with her during the Summer and I loved it. She explains everything so that we all feel comfortable with the subject! Her class is an easy A IF you attend class, take good notes, and DO THE HOMEWORK PROBLEMS! ...Continue reading