Day 6 — Remember to Check the Local Library!
I was able to pick up a copy of Organic Chemistry as a Second Language (First Semester) by David Klein at my local library today. I regularly check the public library for helpful books. My public library recently became part of a wider circuit system, so I have access to a wider variety of books. I check for books assigned in my class first, but I also check for books assigned to classmates attending the same or similar classes at a different school. I spent my organic chemistry time perusing my recent acquisition. It gets great reviews at Amazon, and my first-semester organic chemistry professor recommended it as well. I’ll give a short review after I have worked with it for a few days.
My numbers for the day:
Before 6 p.m.
Organic Chemistry — 60 minutes; reading and working problems in Organic Chemistry as a Second Language.
After 6 p.m.
Physics — 45 minutes; Working problems.
Differential Equations — 60 minutes; working problems.
Workout — 60 minutes. 40 minutes on the treadmill (2.65 miles); 20 minutes basic exercises.