My my, what a wonderful day to just let it slide.
They'll usually say yes unless you're completely retarded I'm salty about this comment because my school is a relatively prestigious private school that's a huge premed school and has 2 professors in organic research. I wanted to participate, but one of them is an elitist that "will only take the students with the top scores in their class" nice guy, but come onand the other one advertises research positions like he's he's trying to sell something, despite only having 2 openings every year.
I'm a good student, but not A grade. I got into another lab and do great work there, but orgo is what I'm going to grad school for. Anyway, I wish it was as easy as asking for a position. I had to fill out applications and shit.
The lab I'm in now didn't do any of that shit. I've always wanted to make something, so probably Synthesis, but I've heard a lot of people on here saying they are in natural products synth or novel synth, etc.
What other kinds of synthesis is there? Is most of orgo synthesis just of different things? What are those different things?
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