Yh i do have free time despite being a major procrastinator. I go to the gym and do a lot of stuff on the weekends. But I do make up for it in my free periods (and afterschool). I also know loads of people who dont work in their free periods but they make up for it more out of school. Just depends on how well u structure ur time really.(Original post by caitlinamae)
Thankyou! This sounds a stupid question as I know I will be able to put work in and I will as I do enjoy chemistry but do you still have some free time or does it seem its all work?
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same i got predicted an A in GCSE chemistry and got an A* instead! I've got all the same problems as you. My maths isn't very strong. Never was. However, practicing may help with the calculations, I just haven't seen the progress yet AND the calculations would help a lot during the practicals as you will be required to complete a number of questions. If you are able to calculate fast enough (my teachers says at least 5 mins for each question), you will definitely be able to complete the whole practical. If you're a slow thinker like I am, you'll struggle because I am definitely struggling. The jump from GCSE chemistry to A level chemistry is HUGE it hit me like a train going on full speed. Good luck on your examinations and if you figure out a way to improve PLEASE LET ME KNOW!