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    Really? Also out of curiosity how much of the exam would you say would be maths based and what part would be theory based as the majority that we have already done just seems like a lot of maths really, just application really and I got 70% raw marks but got the D so I very much dislike the easier exams as the boundaries are sky high! Also thanks, I'll come to you if I need any help then


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    most of f325 is maths base tbh not much learning its great once you know how to do everything mainly for ph's for acids the maths is really easy rates are free 8 marks calc kstab is easy also! just keep getting used to the questions on f325 and youl be fine the titration questions are abit tricky though whats f324 like?
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    most of f325 is maths base tbh not much learning its great once you know how to do everything mainly for ph's for acids the maths is really easy rates are free 8 marks calc kstab is easy also! just keep getting used to the questions on f325 and youl be fine the titration questions are abit tricky though whats f324 like?
    That sounds just perfect then as I just love my maths so shouldn't be phased by this unit and F324 isn't too bad but there's ALOT to learn, the NMR questions are normally a treat if you can follow all the steps, just like the organic synthesis. My only issue was with chromatography but understood all of the rest extremely well, or so I believed anyway.


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