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I found that I learn best by watching videos on the topics that I need to study so I was wondering if there's anyone on youtube or anything that you guys recommend watching based on how well they teach/explain the concepts, specifically for chem?
Textbook has a lot of readings and sometimes it is hard to distinguish what is really important from all the various concepts. However, the resources that the professor provided are extremely helpful for the course and homework. Highly recommend going over them and using textbook as a supplementary for extra information. Also, study group will always helps a lot!
Abigail Giordano records all of her classes and posts them on Youtube. She's a great teacher and she walks through the entire AP Chem textbook, so it's a good resource if you want to review that sort of material.
Aside from YouTube channels and videos on that platform, Bruincast is also very valuable resource. If you learn best through video, maybe watching some lectures from our UCLA professors will be a good way to review.
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