Organic Chemistry at NYU during summer
Taking Organic Chemistry during summer is sometimes a tough task but oftentime rewarding one. Most of the students who you will find taking the summer class with you, are either Post-Bac or undergraduate students retaking the class.
If you decide to take organic chemistry during the summer, you have to be prepared to work hard since the semester goes by in a matter of weeks. My students started second semester on monday and are taking their exam this thursday already (a week and a half gap). However, this has an upside. One summer, and you are done with Organic Chemistry completely.
The professor for the first summer semester at NYU changes from year to year. In the past few years, we had professors: Henssler, Mahal, and Tosovska. For the second summer semester, Professor Callahan has been teaching for a long time and therefore the second semester is more predictable. He starts the class with allylic reactions chapter and will end in sugar biochemistry.
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