I made myself look smart in front of our lecture hall full of 300 people. :) We were going over acid base reactions, and I asked our teacher if steric hindrance had an effect on the speed of one of the reactions. When Ohio State was on quarters, o’chem was a three quarter sequence, and I took the first part and passed it with no problem. Then I failed the second part twice, and we switched to semesters. On the switch, they made o’chem a two semester sequence and split the middle o’chem up and put the first half of it in the first semester and the second half in the second semester. Then I failed the first semester, and now I’m back at the very beginning. So I’m taking the beginning of o’chem for the third time, and it’s really easy. Just Lewis structures and stuff. So anyway, when I asked that question, I could hear everyone in the lecture hall freak out like, “Oh, man, what is she talking about?! Do we have to know this?!” because we’ve not gone over acid base reactions or primary, secondary, tertiary carbons yet. So yeah, go me. :) And I’m pretty sure I kicked the first quiz’s butt! 5 months ago
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