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    (Original post by user2k16)
    any 6 marker predictions for C3?
    Hopefully it'll be on how to carry out a titration 🙋🙋


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    (Original post by blueribbons99)
    Hopefully it'll be on how to carry out a titration 🙋🙋


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    they've already done that before, doubt it
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    (Original post by fineye11)
    does any have any tips to remember the anions and cations tests for Chemistry 3 ?
    You can try using rhymes to remember the colours, but honestly, I think we may just have to remember them.
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    (Original post by hello654321)
    they've already done that before, doubt it
    Not on the current spec they haven't have They?


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    (Original post by dexterminate)
    This is brilliant! So for my overall Science GCSE, its 20% Biology, 20% Chemistry, 20% Physics and 20% ISA? I need to make 100% sure so I don’t get confused whatsoever. And that’s brilliant! A-Levels going well?


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    25% for each exam. I did core last year in year 10, so still doing GCSEs.
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    (Original post by blueribbons99)
    Not on the current spec they haven't have They?


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    Besides if it doesn't come up at the 6 mark question there's a very good chance of it being a 5 mark question


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    Any predictions i think the six marker may be on carry out tests for Sulfates etc...
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    (Original post by blueribbons99)
    Not on the current spec they haven't have They?


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    Yeah i think 2013, and 2014 was calorimetry
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    6 marker predictions for C2 and C3? My guess:

    C2 - Electrolysis / Bonding Structures / Factors affecting reaction rate
    C3 - Periodic Table Then vs Now / Haber Process (how everything is compromised) / Ion Testing

    What do you guys reckon?
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    Does anyone have key notes for c3 I'm really stressing, yh I understand that I had to manage my time and all but I have too much pressure from those around me so it put me off studying. Anyways enough bout me , but I'd be so grateful if anyone could produce some notes.
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    Does anyone know if the 2016 january papers exist? and if anyone has access to them? would be great practice.. I know aqa doesn't publish them but sometimes they still make them ??
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    So how did everyone find C2 and C3?

    I personally didn't like C2 because of that weird 6 marker!
    I liked C3 though


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    (Original post by vault111)
    So how did everyone find C2 and C3?

    I personally didn't like C2 because of that weird 6 marker!
    I liked C3 though


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    I thought C2 was very nice, didn't think C3 was too bad either!


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    Thoughts on C2 and C3 grade boundaries? I think 51 for C2, maybe 43 for C3
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    (Original post by vault111)
    So how did everyone find C2 and C3?

    I personally didn't like C2 because of that weird 6 marker!
    I liked C3 though


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    C2 was pretty easy.
    C3 was easier was C2, but I know that a lot of people didn't like C3 for some unknown reason.
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    (Original post by blueribbons99)
    Hopefully it'll be on how to carry out a titration 🙋🙋


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    Oh look who was right :P


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    (Original post by blueribbons99)
    Oh look who was right :P


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    👏👏


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    (Original post by lilacpotato)
    👏👏


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    Thank god it was! How did you find it?


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    C2 was literally the most easiest paper ever. Definitely 50 marks minimum. C3 however came across as a bit odd, still got an A/A* but rocket science compared to C2.


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    (Original post by vault111)
    So how did everyone find C2 and C3?

    I personally didn't like C2 because of that weird 6 marker!
    I liked C3 though


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    C2 was great I loved it best paper but C3 I had slight queries but lets hope for the best good luck
 
 
 
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