Some professors will see you as a gifted student in the subject in which they are passionate about. He or she might go above and beyond for you because they see something in you that they see in himself. If such a thing happens you need to recognize it as such. However, worthy educators will never apply sexual advances toward you to tell you you are at the top of the class. If advances occur, you must report it so that other students do not suffer the same fate. If the extra attention seems platonic, consider it a compliment, and gain as much knowledge as you can from the educator that thinks you are worth the extra time.
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There are many possible types of chemistry problems; it is not possible to give a generic answer for all of them.
it is possible to do chem enginnering after getting a undergruaduate degree in chemistry
Here are some things that wouldn't be possible without the field of chemistry.
Organic chemistry deals with carbon...so,all things contain carbon....so. its not possible.......
It is only possible if both sides of the relationship work at keeping the relationship alive.
It is possible to name a person.
It depends on how high their relationship is, if they both have good chemistry and have a crush or are in love you should be able to propose, if not have them interact with each other as much as possible to build their relationship.
Today a life without chemistry is possible only for savages.
Correct chemistry is a chemistry made with scientific methods, that affect as little as possible the environment and health, which improves people's lives.
Yes, when in a relationship they can make you feel very important, but finds they don't love you as much as they thought. It's all about chemistry.
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Yes, it is possible if you have money.
M.b.b.s.study possible after b.sc. ?
Yes, quite possible, and it occurs all the time.
A correct and simple answer is not possible; chemistry is a structure to which tens of thousands scientists contributed.
Yes it is possible to have a relationship with someone living in another continent.
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It is possible but only partially.
An answer is not possible for this question: all domains of chemistry are important and interdependent.
No, it's not possible.
It can be possible to become and x-ray technician if you are bad at chemistry and anatomy. Some programs may not allow advance in the program if you fail chemistry or anatomy.