Back-to-School Study Bootcamp for Spring 2014: Day 7

Day 7

Today was a day off of sorts.  I watched videos and did light review. At the moment I’m off to watch the season premiere of Sherlock at

My numbers for the day:

Before 6 p.m.
15 minutes of review in each subject of notes and previous worked problems.

After 6 p.m.
Organic Chemistry – 50 minutes; watched Lecture 25 of first quarter organic chemistry (some general considerations for mechanisms, weak/strong acids and bases, naming alcohols).
Differential Equations – 60 minutes; watched first 60 minutes of Lecture 4.
Physics – 30 minutes; review of notes and previously worked problems.
Workout – 60 minutes; walk and light exercises.

Sonjiala Jackson-Hotchkiss

Sonjiala (SON-ja-la) is currently pursuing an MS degree in chemistry at UC San Diego. As a member of the Bridges to Baccalaureate Program at San Diego Mesa College, her research in organic chemistry includes the synthesis of fatty acid esters of vitamin C that will be tested for their ability to inhibit glycolytic enzymes. In an additional research project she uses analytical chemistry techniques to determine the composition of World War II era California pottery.

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