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    I quite like the 3s,the 2s are okay but I really hate P2 omg I don't understand any of the stuff
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    (Original post by vault111)
    Hey how is everyone revising for C2 and C3?

    Has anyone started P2 and P3? 😂😂


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    Those 4 exams are the final remaining exams for me, so I've started revising for all four.
    As for C2 and C3, I'm using this 'Gojimo' app that all the kids are talking about these days (I've done past papers to death).
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    (Original post by homeland.lsw)
    We had like a five minute break :cry:
    we didn't get a proper break.. had to sit there and they came around with the next paper almost straight away
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    (Original post by PenguinNinja)
    we didn't get a proper break.. had to sit there and they came around with the next paper almost straight away
    Yep, they collected the papers, and then handed the next ones out. Good times! Oddly my hands weren't cramping or anything :yep:
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    (Original post by homeland.lsw)
    Yep, they collected the papers, and then handed the next ones out. Good times! Oddly my hands weren't cramping or anything :yep:
    Yeah, im so glad the exams are nearly over
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    (Original post by ItsmeLaura)
    Yeah, im so glad the exams are nearly over
    Agreed.
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    (Original post by user2k16)
    I quite like the 3s,the 2s are okay but I really hate P2 omg I don't understand any of the stuff
    Me neither and I'm pretty good at the sciences generally but p2 revision is going horribly tbh
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    (Original post by ItsmeLaura)
    Yeah, im so glad the exams are nearly over
    yes! :woo: Just this week and next week!
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    (Original post by homeland.lsw)
    yes! :woo: Just this week and next week!
    yess i cant wait for the summer
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    (Original post by ItsmeLaura)
    yess i cant wait for the summer
    of course! but I have WE
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    (Original post by homeland.lsw)
    of course! but I have WE
    Awwww why?!?! Thats horrible why would your school make you do that ?
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    (Original post by ItsmeLaura)
    Awwww why?!?! Thats horrible why would your school make you do that ?
    :dontknow: They're crazy lmao, we have a textbook return day, work experience debrief and induction day...meh.
    Going on holiday?
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    (Original post by homeland.lsw)
    :dontknow: They're crazy lmao, we have a textbook return day, work experience debrief and induction day...meh.
    Going on holiday?
    Yeah, im going to Italy, im looking forward to it so much
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    (Original post by Fractite)
    Empirical formula or the "calculating masses from reactions" one.

    Also, I think that titration concentration will be on C3, as well as bond enthalpy change.

    I also think that the C3 6-marker will be something like 'Describe how a student will test for the ions present in this substance, including results.' - you know, the whole cation and anion testing thing.
    I would love to get that question or how to carry out titrations.
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    How to carry out titrations is memorable, my only problem is titration calculations. Does anyone know how to do them?


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    (Original post by dexterminate)
    How to carry out titrations is memorable, my only problem is titration calculations. Does anyone know how to do them?


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    To work out concentrations:
    1. Write the balanced equation (they may give it to you, but this is C3, so you may have to do that yourself.

    2. Work out the 'moles' of one of the solutions by using (Volume x concentration) / 1000.

    3. Using the balanced equation, work out the molar ratio (usually this in 1 mole:1 mole, like in this example: Name:  chemistry crap.GIF
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    4. Multiply the moles you have in Step 2) by the second number on the ratio (if the ratio is 1:2, then you multiply the mole value by 2, etc).

    5. Work out concentration of the second solution by using (moles x 1000) / volume.

    You're given several of the values, so you should just be able to go from there. If that makes sense.
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    (Original post by etata)
    Me neither and I'm pretty good at the sciences generally but p2 revision is going horribly tbh
    ikr p2 is retarded
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    does any have any tips to remember the anions and cations tests for Chemistry 3 ?
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    I've got 4 exams tomorrow 2RS and 2 Chemistry and we don't even get a break between C2 and C3 or the RS exams
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    any 6 marker predictions for C3?
 
 
 
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