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Arshia S.
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Chemistry
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Question:

What do all of these orbitals mean? The S orbital, and the P orbital? Do I just have to memorize it?

Arshia S.
Answer:

The orbitals are the fundamental concepts you must understand in order to not only score 100s but to move up in chemistry. You can't think of the s orbital as just the first shell. Sure it does come before the P, but you have to understand how and why. The S orbital, for example, is circular, therefore, not reaching wide enough as the P shell, which is made of two oval shapes.

Biology
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Question:

Do I have to memorize every bolded word on my textbook? Is biology anything but memorization?

Arshia S.
Answer:

I get this question a lot. Being a neuroscience major, I have learned why biology is so important to understand. The short answer is no, and no. Memorizing is a waste of time. Sure you'll spend 2 hours wasting your time memorizing words which you'll forget in a matter of days. However, creating a concept map in which you tie all these words together is the real secret behind getting that 100% on the test.

ACT
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Question:

Why do I always run out of time on each section? Especially reading? How can I manage my time better while being efficient?

Arshia S.
Answer:

Time is the biggest trick on this test. By timing everything perfectly, you are guaranteed on getting at least a 32. On the reading section for example, a lot of tutors tell you to read a paragraph, underline some words and paraphrase it in a sentence. That right there takes an extra minute you crucially need. That extra minute could mean an extra point on the ACT. Instead, you have to skim and create a road map in your head. I will teach you how to do that efficiently so that you can get a perfect score.

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