Amber J Reilly
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
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4.3
Overall Rating
Based on 12 Users
Easiness 3.2 / 5 How easy the class is, 1 being extremely difficult and 5 being easy peasy.
Clarity 4.2 / 5 How clear the class is, 1 being extremely unclear and 5 being very clear.
Workload 3.1 / 5 How much workload the class is, 1 being extremely heavy and 5 being extremely light.
Helpfulness 4.6 / 5 How helpful the class is, 1 being not helpful at all and 5 being extremely helpful.

TOP TAGS

  • Tough Tests
  • Uses Slides
  • Engaging Lectures
  • Would Take Again
  • Has Group Projects
  • Snazzy Dresser
  • Often Funny
  • Participation Matters
  • Gives Extra Credit
  • Appropriately Priced Materials
GRADE DISTRIBUTIONS
38.2%
31.9%
25.5%
19.1%
12.7%
6.4%
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Grade distributions are collected using data from the UCLA Registrar’s Office.

51.8%
43.2%
34.5%
25.9%
17.3%
8.6%
0.0%
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A
A-
B+
B
B-
C+
C
C-
D+
D
D-
F

Grade distributions are collected using data from the UCLA Registrar’s Office.

35.2%
29.3%
23.5%
17.6%
11.7%
5.9%
0.0%
A+
A
A-
B+
B
B-
C+
C
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D+
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Grade distributions are collected using data from the UCLA Registrar’s Office.

30.0%
25.0%
20.0%
15.0%
10.0%
5.0%
0.0%
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A
A-
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Grade distributions are collected using data from the UCLA Registrar’s Office.

36.6%
30.5%
24.4%
18.3%
12.2%
6.1%
0.0%
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A
A-
B+
B
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C+
C
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D+
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Grade distributions are collected using data from the UCLA Registrar’s Office.

38.0%
31.7%
25.4%
19.0%
12.7%
6.3%
0.0%
A+
A
A-
B+
B
B-
C+
C
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D+
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Grade distributions are collected using data from the UCLA Registrar’s Office.

39.2%
32.7%
26.1%
19.6%
13.1%
6.5%
0.0%
A+
A
A-
B+
B
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Grade distributions are collected using data from the UCLA Registrar’s Office.

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Quarter: Fall 2021
Grade: B+
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Feb. 5, 2022

Reilly was kinda inconsistent this quarter. She's usually known for being super responsive and quick to update students with any changes, but this quarter seemed to be the opposite. Replying to most messages at the end of the week all at once with an update email, delaying deadlines (which was not necessarily a bad thing, just added onto the inconsistency), and having the class weighed heavily on the final. Again, this is a lab class so a majority of the points were TA dependent, but the labs were definitely forgiving. However, having 40% of your grade depending on the final seemed pretty unreasonable, considering that there is no midterm to bump it up and many were calling for an online exam. Class was good but could've been much better.

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Quarter: Spring 2020
Grade: A-
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July 10, 2020

For the spring 2020 online quarter our grade was made up of lecture quizzes (on CCLE), pre-labs and post-labs worksheets, lab participation (had to watch a video on CCLE of the lab and it would show who watched it), final presentation, and final. The final presentation was very easy. We were paired up in groups of 2 and just had to present on one of the labs we did in class (basically just a summary recap, groups and experiment were assigned by TA's). The final ended up being optional, no-harm. The only real complaint I had were the lecture quizzes which were oddly difficult. I would assume that these quizzes are implemented to ensure you watched the lectures, but they were imo way too complex. Overall, Reilly is not my favorite professor. She's not a terrible person and really does car for her students (she would stay for OH's way past the designated time just to answer every students' questions and would not hesitate to add more OH's if needed). However, I just never really clicked with her teaching style. Of course, that might just be a preference issue.

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Quarter: Spring 2020
Grade: NR
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June 15, 2020

Dr. Reilly is a wonderful professor. Her lectures were to-the-point and clear, and she was always helpful during office hours.Would 100% recommend her for 30BL or any organic chemistry class.

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Quarter: Winter 2020
Grade: A
March 17, 2020

I'd like to preface this by saying that I am awful at chemistry, have little to no interest in it, and only took this course because it was a major requirement. Prior to this class, the last time I took an organic chemistry class was over a year ago. I was dreading this class so bad.
Professor Reilly made this class as painless as possible. She's a great lecturer, understands that people come from very varied backgrounds in ochem (people like me versus some second year biochem / chem majors) and is so incredibly responsive towards her students. She makes an effort to attend lab sections, holds office hours in lecture if she finishes early, and has the fastest Piazza response time of any professor I've seen. Also, our TAs all love her, which is a good sign. This is a class that you can absolutely succeed in if you try. Pre and post labs can be tricky, but TAs hold office hours, Piazza is a thing, and Reilly herself will give you some answers in lecture. You don't have to worry about not having study material for the final, because there's a practice worksheet for every week, plus three full length practice finals that she releases.

Note: She made the final exam optional this quarter (winter 2020), which I appreciate a lot, though she would've received a positive review anyways.

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Quarter: Summer 2019
Grade: A-
Sept. 14, 2019

Regarding the class, the pre and post labs can be a bit of a pain (probably less so in the school year since lab isn't twice a week). However, Reilly will answer any and all questions you have (especially with the NMRs, which I was really bad at reading) so I would suggest you get as much of it done as you can and then ask her for help!

Regarding the professor--Professor Reilly is amazing! She is an engaging lecturer, incredibly smart, and also super kind and understanding. She's patient with everyone and never condescending--she treats all questions equally and answers them thoroughly. This was really helpful since I switched from the 14 series and lacked a lot of self-confidence in my abilities, especially when it came to organic chemistry. I felt welcome in the classroom AND encouraged to learn and try my best. Professor Reilly constantly reassured me that she was here to help and her office hours were a great place to get my endless questions resolved. I love her so much and I wish I could take 30CL with her :(

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Quarter: Spring 2019
Grade: A
June 23, 2019

Reilly is very clear in explaining each of the concepts. The class is organized in a way that is very manageable. The pre and post labs are very straightforward. If something is unclear or you do not know the answer to the question, you can always go to her office hours or TAs office hours to ask for clarification and help. She is very willing to help and is very approachable.
Our final was 40% so worth a little more than previous classes she taught with 35%.

Prelab Assignments = 20%
Lecture Participation = 5%
Engagement/Participation/Lab Cleanup/teamwork (TA points) = 5%
Postlab Assignments = 20%
Final In-Class Presentation = 10%
Final Exam = 40%

Grading:
99.0% + = A+ | 95.0% – 98.9% = A | 90.0% – 94.9% = A– |
85.0% – 89.9% = B+ | 80.0% – 84.9% = B | 75.0% – 79.9% = B– |
70.0% – 74.9% = C+ | 63.0% – 69.9% = C | 55.0% – 62.9% = C– |
50.0% – 54.9% = D+ | 40.0% – 49.9% = D | 30.0% – 39.9% = D– |

Like noted by another reviewer, it is relatively easy (very doable) to get an A–/B+ (which can be seen in the grade distributions). Pre/Post lab assignments should not be too hard to get full points on, but since there is no midterm (which can be a positive or a negative - depending on your perspective) your final grade is heavily dependent on the final exam. The final is not to hard, but requires some application thinking. To do very well on the final, (even attempt to try to get that A+, you have to basically get perfect on everything, and on the final miss only a few points (at least 97.0+ as even with the buffer from the extra credit in post and pre lab category, 99%+ is asking for perfection). It is very easy to calculate your grade in this class, as her grading scheme is already set and you just have to calculate your own percentage. She mentioned she would scale the final scores if necessary, but she also said that she has never done so in the past, as students have done relatively well on her exams.

Overall, she was a great professor, very manageable and very approachable when questions needed to be answered. She will probably be teaching 30BL/CL from now on, unless something changes.

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Quarter: Winter 2019
Grade: A-
April 16, 2019

Professor Reilly is a fantastic professor. She is clear in her lectures and ensures that students understand the material that is covered. The class itself is structured a bit differently than previous labs, in that it more resembles things that an organic chemist would actually perform in a lab. So expect a lot of reaction monitoring and a lot of waiting for the reaction to run to completion. In my opinion, the worst part of the class were the pre- and post-labs, which are relatively short but ask questions that can be tricky to find clear answers to. Professor Reilly talks about the questions in class, but those that have their lab sections the same day as the lecture will find it frustrating when trying to complete the pre- and post-labs before lecture.

She doesn't have midterms, and she hosts a review session before the finals that I would highly encourage you to attend. It's informative and very helpful.

She's also very caring about the learning of her students and is very willing to help out and discuss matters if students approach her.

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Quarter: Winter 2019
Grade: A-
April 1, 2019

Chem 30BL is more interesting and applicable than the other lower div chem labs (20L, 30AL). Each week, we had a different theme (forensics, pharmaceuticals, biotech, etc) and the lab that week was based on that theme. Some cool things we did include using carrots to catalyze a reaction, synthesizing a drug that is used to treat Parkinson's, and "recycling"/depolymerizing the PET plastic in water bottles. While the labs themselves can be tedious (you will probably be sitting around for the reaction to occur), it's really nice to see how applicable organic chemistry is to real life.
Reilly was a pretty good professor for this class - slides were clear, and the lab assignments were mostly straightforward (they're all on worksheets).
In regards to grading, you'll need to get a 95% in the class for an A and a 90% for an A-. It's not too hard to do well on the labs and other non-exam items in the class, but the final (35% of the grade) was rather challenging. Thus, you really do have to study for the final and make sure you understand the concepts well. It's relatively hard to get an A in this course, but not too hard to get a A-/B+.

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Quarter: Winter 2019
Grade: A
March 30, 2019

Professor Reilly truly made this class more bearable and her humor/in-class demonstrations always made lectures engaging. I have left this class feeling like I truly learned a lot and I actually did appreciate most of the structure of the class. Chem 30BL does genuinely give you a glimpse into chemistry research and applications. I went to class/lab finally feeling like my TAs and professors gave a shit about me and what I learned, in a subject I loved.
It's adorable that they give tours and stuff to see NMR spectrometers and the DART MS instrument. The demos Reilly gave in lecture could be hilarious, too, particularly the second polymer lecture. She literally just got one of the TAs to bring in polymers to demonstrate glass transition using liquid nitrogen and broke a ton of stuff. I sat in the front row and nearly got attacked by a hardened piece of rubber tubing LOL.
With that said, it is not particularly easy to get an A in this class given the 95% cutoff - and don't count on there being a curve. I asked and she told me she's never curved this class (since she started teaching in Summer 2018), and it's because no one really gets C's. "If anything, this class could be curved down, but I would never do that" is what she told me. I really respect her so I was never going to argue with her, but ... the flaw of this argument IMO is that the grading scale gets more generous as you go down but is slightly harsh at the top.
Our average for the final exam was 77, but I don't see why it couldn't have been higher if you truly practice. She didn't ask almost anything more difficult than what was in the lecture worksheets.
Grade breakdown:
Pre-labs (20%): 160/161
Post-labs (20%): 187.5/191 (including +2 extra credit for course evaluation)
Presentation (10%): 28/30
Participation (5%): 7/7 (?) or 100%. Not sure if they didn't count a couple weeks.
TA points (10%): not posted yet, but presumably near 100%
Final exam (35%): 94.5/100 (including +1 extra credit)
Overall: ~96.92% in the course (assuming 100% in TA points, could be a bit less.)

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Quarter: Winter 2019
Grade: A-
March 29, 2019

Reilly is very passionate about the class, and she often shared about her experience in the field. This class is in no way "easy", but through the help of Reilly and my TAs, I found the class very enjoyable. Each week, you have a 1 hour lecture with Reilly and a 4 hour lab with the TAs. However, most of the labs did not take the full time. For the one week labs, you have a pre-lab and a post-lab due. Most of the lab write-ups are straight-forward, requiring that you report your data and analyze it. A portion of the lab write-up includes a "digging deeper" section, in which you google some information related to the lab and answer questions. The TAs are picky with the grading, so try to be as clear and thorough with your responses. I was able to get mid 90s to 100% on the labs, where I lost most of my points when processing my NMR data. You also need to do a presentation about one of the labs at the end of the quarter. There is no midterm, but there is a final exam. The final covered the material rather evenly. She prepares you well by posting worksheets for each lecture's material and exams from past years with answers. Her class is straight scale, and it is quite difficult to earn an A in the class because if you are not careful, you will lose points here and there and that builds up. She is very helpful in her office hours especially if you do not know how to read your NMR spectra. She also showed many demos in the lecture, which were interesting. I learned a lot about the applications of organic chemistry to different fields, and I would highly recommend this course to those who are looking into research.

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Quarter: Fall 2021
Grade: B+
Feb. 5, 2022

Reilly was kinda inconsistent this quarter. She's usually known for being super responsive and quick to update students with any changes, but this quarter seemed to be the opposite. Replying to most messages at the end of the week all at once with an update email, delaying deadlines (which was not necessarily a bad thing, just added onto the inconsistency), and having the class weighed heavily on the final. Again, this is a lab class so a majority of the points were TA dependent, but the labs were definitely forgiving. However, having 40% of your grade depending on the final seemed pretty unreasonable, considering that there is no midterm to bump it up and many were calling for an online exam. Class was good but could've been much better.

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Quarter: Spring 2020
Grade: A-
July 10, 2020

For the spring 2020 online quarter our grade was made up of lecture quizzes (on CCLE), pre-labs and post-labs worksheets, lab participation (had to watch a video on CCLE of the lab and it would show who watched it), final presentation, and final. The final presentation was very easy. We were paired up in groups of 2 and just had to present on one of the labs we did in class (basically just a summary recap, groups and experiment were assigned by TA's). The final ended up being optional, no-harm. The only real complaint I had were the lecture quizzes which were oddly difficult. I would assume that these quizzes are implemented to ensure you watched the lectures, but they were imo way too complex. Overall, Reilly is not my favorite professor. She's not a terrible person and really does car for her students (she would stay for OH's way past the designated time just to answer every students' questions and would not hesitate to add more OH's if needed). However, I just never really clicked with her teaching style. Of course, that might just be a preference issue.

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Quarter: Spring 2020
Grade: NR
June 15, 2020

Dr. Reilly is a wonderful professor. Her lectures were to-the-point and clear, and she was always helpful during office hours.Would 100% recommend her for 30BL or any organic chemistry class.

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Quarter: Winter 2020
Grade: A
March 17, 2020

I'd like to preface this by saying that I am awful at chemistry, have little to no interest in it, and only took this course because it was a major requirement. Prior to this class, the last time I took an organic chemistry class was over a year ago. I was dreading this class so bad.
Professor Reilly made this class as painless as possible. She's a great lecturer, understands that people come from very varied backgrounds in ochem (people like me versus some second year biochem / chem majors) and is so incredibly responsive towards her students. She makes an effort to attend lab sections, holds office hours in lecture if she finishes early, and has the fastest Piazza response time of any professor I've seen. Also, our TAs all love her, which is a good sign. This is a class that you can absolutely succeed in if you try. Pre and post labs can be tricky, but TAs hold office hours, Piazza is a thing, and Reilly herself will give you some answers in lecture. You don't have to worry about not having study material for the final, because there's a practice worksheet for every week, plus three full length practice finals that she releases.

Note: She made the final exam optional this quarter (winter 2020), which I appreciate a lot, though she would've received a positive review anyways.

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Quarter: Summer 2019
Grade: A-
Sept. 14, 2019

Regarding the class, the pre and post labs can be a bit of a pain (probably less so in the school year since lab isn't twice a week). However, Reilly will answer any and all questions you have (especially with the NMRs, which I was really bad at reading) so I would suggest you get as much of it done as you can and then ask her for help!

Regarding the professor--Professor Reilly is amazing! She is an engaging lecturer, incredibly smart, and also super kind and understanding. She's patient with everyone and never condescending--she treats all questions equally and answers them thoroughly. This was really helpful since I switched from the 14 series and lacked a lot of self-confidence in my abilities, especially when it came to organic chemistry. I felt welcome in the classroom AND encouraged to learn and try my best. Professor Reilly constantly reassured me that she was here to help and her office hours were a great place to get my endless questions resolved. I love her so much and I wish I could take 30CL with her :(

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Quarter: Spring 2019
Grade: A
June 23, 2019

Reilly is very clear in explaining each of the concepts. The class is organized in a way that is very manageable. The pre and post labs are very straightforward. If something is unclear or you do not know the answer to the question, you can always go to her office hours or TAs office hours to ask for clarification and help. She is very willing to help and is very approachable.
Our final was 40% so worth a little more than previous classes she taught with 35%.

Prelab Assignments = 20%
Lecture Participation = 5%
Engagement/Participation/Lab Cleanup/teamwork (TA points) = 5%
Postlab Assignments = 20%
Final In-Class Presentation = 10%
Final Exam = 40%

Grading:
99.0% + = A+ | 95.0% – 98.9% = A | 90.0% – 94.9% = A– |
85.0% – 89.9% = B+ | 80.0% – 84.9% = B | 75.0% – 79.9% = B– |
70.0% – 74.9% = C+ | 63.0% – 69.9% = C | 55.0% – 62.9% = C– |
50.0% – 54.9% = D+ | 40.0% – 49.9% = D | 30.0% – 39.9% = D– |

Like noted by another reviewer, it is relatively easy (very doable) to get an A–/B+ (which can be seen in the grade distributions). Pre/Post lab assignments should not be too hard to get full points on, but since there is no midterm (which can be a positive or a negative - depending on your perspective) your final grade is heavily dependent on the final exam. The final is not to hard, but requires some application thinking. To do very well on the final, (even attempt to try to get that A+, you have to basically get perfect on everything, and on the final miss only a few points (at least 97.0+ as even with the buffer from the extra credit in post and pre lab category, 99%+ is asking for perfection). It is very easy to calculate your grade in this class, as her grading scheme is already set and you just have to calculate your own percentage. She mentioned she would scale the final scores if necessary, but she also said that she has never done so in the past, as students have done relatively well on her exams.

Overall, she was a great professor, very manageable and very approachable when questions needed to be answered. She will probably be teaching 30BL/CL from now on, unless something changes.

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Quarter: Winter 2019
Grade: A-
April 16, 2019

Professor Reilly is a fantastic professor. She is clear in her lectures and ensures that students understand the material that is covered. The class itself is structured a bit differently than previous labs, in that it more resembles things that an organic chemist would actually perform in a lab. So expect a lot of reaction monitoring and a lot of waiting for the reaction to run to completion. In my opinion, the worst part of the class were the pre- and post-labs, which are relatively short but ask questions that can be tricky to find clear answers to. Professor Reilly talks about the questions in class, but those that have their lab sections the same day as the lecture will find it frustrating when trying to complete the pre- and post-labs before lecture.

She doesn't have midterms, and she hosts a review session before the finals that I would highly encourage you to attend. It's informative and very helpful.

She's also very caring about the learning of her students and is very willing to help out and discuss matters if students approach her.

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Quarter: Winter 2019
Grade: A-
April 1, 2019

Chem 30BL is more interesting and applicable than the other lower div chem labs (20L, 30AL). Each week, we had a different theme (forensics, pharmaceuticals, biotech, etc) and the lab that week was based on that theme. Some cool things we did include using carrots to catalyze a reaction, synthesizing a drug that is used to treat Parkinson's, and "recycling"/depolymerizing the PET plastic in water bottles. While the labs themselves can be tedious (you will probably be sitting around for the reaction to occur), it's really nice to see how applicable organic chemistry is to real life.
Reilly was a pretty good professor for this class - slides were clear, and the lab assignments were mostly straightforward (they're all on worksheets).
In regards to grading, you'll need to get a 95% in the class for an A and a 90% for an A-. It's not too hard to do well on the labs and other non-exam items in the class, but the final (35% of the grade) was rather challenging. Thus, you really do have to study for the final and make sure you understand the concepts well. It's relatively hard to get an A in this course, but not too hard to get a A-/B+.

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Quarter: Winter 2019
Grade: A
March 30, 2019

Professor Reilly truly made this class more bearable and her humor/in-class demonstrations always made lectures engaging. I have left this class feeling like I truly learned a lot and I actually did appreciate most of the structure of the class. Chem 30BL does genuinely give you a glimpse into chemistry research and applications. I went to class/lab finally feeling like my TAs and professors gave a shit about me and what I learned, in a subject I loved.
It's adorable that they give tours and stuff to see NMR spectrometers and the DART MS instrument. The demos Reilly gave in lecture could be hilarious, too, particularly the second polymer lecture. She literally just got one of the TAs to bring in polymers to demonstrate glass transition using liquid nitrogen and broke a ton of stuff. I sat in the front row and nearly got attacked by a hardened piece of rubber tubing LOL.
With that said, it is not particularly easy to get an A in this class given the 95% cutoff - and don't count on there being a curve. I asked and she told me she's never curved this class (since she started teaching in Summer 2018), and it's because no one really gets C's. "If anything, this class could be curved down, but I would never do that" is what she told me. I really respect her so I was never going to argue with her, but ... the flaw of this argument IMO is that the grading scale gets more generous as you go down but is slightly harsh at the top.
Our average for the final exam was 77, but I don't see why it couldn't have been higher if you truly practice. She didn't ask almost anything more difficult than what was in the lecture worksheets.
Grade breakdown:
Pre-labs (20%): 160/161
Post-labs (20%): 187.5/191 (including +2 extra credit for course evaluation)
Presentation (10%): 28/30
Participation (5%): 7/7 (?) or 100%. Not sure if they didn't count a couple weeks.
TA points (10%): not posted yet, but presumably near 100%
Final exam (35%): 94.5/100 (including +1 extra credit)
Overall: ~96.92% in the course (assuming 100% in TA points, could be a bit less.)

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Quarter: Winter 2019
Grade: A-
March 29, 2019

Reilly is very passionate about the class, and she often shared about her experience in the field. This class is in no way "easy", but through the help of Reilly and my TAs, I found the class very enjoyable. Each week, you have a 1 hour lecture with Reilly and a 4 hour lab with the TAs. However, most of the labs did not take the full time. For the one week labs, you have a pre-lab and a post-lab due. Most of the lab write-ups are straight-forward, requiring that you report your data and analyze it. A portion of the lab write-up includes a "digging deeper" section, in which you google some information related to the lab and answer questions. The TAs are picky with the grading, so try to be as clear and thorough with your responses. I was able to get mid 90s to 100% on the labs, where I lost most of my points when processing my NMR data. You also need to do a presentation about one of the labs at the end of the quarter. There is no midterm, but there is a final exam. The final covered the material rather evenly. She prepares you well by posting worksheets for each lecture's material and exams from past years with answers. Her class is straight scale, and it is quite difficult to earn an A in the class because if you are not careful, you will lose points here and there and that builds up. She is very helpful in her office hours especially if you do not know how to read your NMR spectra. She also showed many demos in the lecture, which were interesting. I learned a lot about the applications of organic chemistry to different fields, and I would highly recommend this course to those who are looking into research.

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Easiness 3.2 / 5 How easy the class is, 1 being extremely difficult and 5 being easy peasy.
Clarity 4.2 / 5 How clear the class is, 1 being extremely unclear and 5 being very clear.
Workload 3.1 / 5 How much workload the class is, 1 being extremely heavy and 5 being extremely light.
Helpfulness 4.6 / 5 How helpful the class is, 1 being not helpful at all and 5 being extremely helpful.

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