Here is study material for Chemistry Principles (otherwise known as General Chemistry II) based on the material taught at Tufts University and the Chemistry: Central Science book by Pearson. Chemistry, as most sciences, requires a lot of practice to understand the concepts fully. With that being said, these review sheets do not cover everything. They should be read and understood, but they are the basics. The only way to truly learn chemistry is to get out there and do it!
Hey there. Here are review sheets for Chemistry Fundamentals, otherwise known as Intro Chem. Intro chem has a lot of material, so these review sheets are not 100% comprehensive. They require you to know the basics, and then they cover the nuances and specifics for each chapter. Below are the review sheets I made for Chem 1 at Tufts University based off the Chemistry: The Central Science, 12th Edition book. There are a few “random notes” for exams attached to this post. These are just that: random notes I needed to remember but had trouble recalling for an exam. Perhaps you’ll feel the same way.
Also, if you are looking for more review material, please do check out my AP Chemistry Review Sheets posts (http://sites.tufts.edu/andrewrosen/category/high-school-review-sheets/ap-chemistry/). Yes, college chemistry is more difficult, but those review sheets will give you a very good overview of the basics if you need it.
These review sheets were made by me and are specifically tailored for Tufts University’s Intro to Pscyhology (Psy 1) course that used Psychology, 8th edition by Gleitman, Gross, and Reisberg.
The following website is also a good source of information, especially if you’re using this specific textbook. It contains study guides for each chapter by the publisher, and it contains multiple choice question “quizzes” to do for each chapter. You can find it at: http://www.wwnorton.com/college/psych/psychology8/welcome.aspx