Hey guys, I will be starting my Chemical Engineering course this September.
I was just wondering if there is any extra stuff I should consider doing during the
summer before my course begins. Anything that will better prepare me for the course. Thanks!
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- Thread Starter
- 20-07-2016 15:51
- 21-07-2016 03:39
I would say to mainly relax before you start university. The hard work can start in September when you start the course!
Having said that, it'll be a good idea to keep your mind fresh with some of the topics you've learnt so far mainly in maths and chemistry. Topics I would say are helpful to revise are:
- Equilibria, Acid-Base and pH
- Chemistry Calculations (Moles, concentration, Gibbs-free energy etc)
- Differentiation (Chain rule, product rule and quotient rule)
- Integration (By parts, by substitution, reverse chain rule and by partial fractions)
- Imaginary Numbers, Matrices and Eigenvectors (tho not sure if you've done FM)
- 21-07-2016 06:30
also look onlije at your course structure and modules for the first year and if you want try to briefly have a little look about what there about but yeah enjpy the summer while it lasts
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