Watching youtube videos is a great way to supplement what you're learning in the classroom. It can take a lot of time to find the right channels, but I did the work so you don't have to. Listed below are some of the youtube channels and playlists that have helped me get through college as a stem major.
His video formatting is easy to understand and he goes super in-depth about all of the concepts. He covers a lot of different subjects; I used him mostly for microbiology, organic chemistry, and genetics.
Literally would not have made it through organic chemistry without this guy’s videos. He writes out all of his information on a white-board, which makes it really helpful for reviewing content even after you watched a video. He has a lot of videos to help you with other classes like general biology, organic chemistry, biochemistry, and physics
I watched her videos a lot for my 100-200 level chemistry courses, but she also has some videos for organic chemistry too.
You may have watched some of their videos in high school, and there’s no need to stop there. Crash Course has videos to help you with anatomy, psychology, math, chemistry, ecology, and so much more.
This channel’s videos are helpful for visualizing information, charts, and processes. I used it heavily for microbiology, biochemistry, and general biology
Just like most of the other channels, this one covers a lot of the courses you will be taking, but I find him to be most helpful with biology, physics, and anatomy.
This channel is very helpful for anyone taking psychology courses!
Don’t let his name fool you, his channel has content for general chemistry, physics, algebra, trigonometry, precalculus, and calculus.
This category is very niche, but if you happen to be taking courses about plants, soil, and water, these playlists and channels are helpful.
Good luck studying,