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    (Original post by Don Joiner)
    Correct empirical formula was Pb2O3
    What was formed as well as chlorine in the electrolysis, I put hydrogen but didn't know what else


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    I wrote hydrogen and sodium hydroxide, dunno if that's right


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    (Original post by SSAA9)
    How did everyone find Aqa chemistry today?


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    I thought it was quite hard. I'll be lucky to get a B (which was my personal target grade)


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    Anyone else do edexcel igcse chemistry today?

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    Anyone else do edexcel igcse chemistry today?

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    Yep how did you find it??
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    (Original post by magails71)
    Yep how did you find it??
    I thought it was quite a good paper. I feel like I'm on course for an A*. I much prefered this paper to the biology one despite usually finding biology easier. I didn't know the catalyst for cracking so i definitely lost a mark there.

    How did you find it?
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    (Original post by SSAA9)
    I don't think it will be on hale, because he already came up, but I'm not to sure about Cheever, I hope it's danforth, btw what points do u have on danforth and power ?


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    My teachers says that it could be on Proctor and his dilemma again this year because last year the examiners didn't get what they wanted from the answers, so.........I hope she's right, because Proctor's a whole lot easier than Cheever
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    I put Pb2O :/

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    I know my writing is scruffy but can you tell me what you think of my essay of unseen poetry Rejection and Years Ago
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    I know my writing is scruffy but can you tell me what you think of my essay of unseen poetry Rejection and Years Ago
    You're going to have to write more than a page

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    Our route cards were useful for the first kilometres we just took any route we wanted to our checkpoints :yep:
    We drew our route onto the map as they had a waterproof covering.
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    Lol when AQA Chemistry C2/C3 almost leaves you in tears.


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    apparently last years paper was on lennie and george for of mice and men
    so this year its probably going to be on slim or crooks
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    (Original post by Don Joiner)
    Correct empirical formula was Pb2O3
    What was formed as well as chlorine in the electrolysis, I put hydrogen but didn't know what else


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    I put sodium hydroxide


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    We drew our route onto the map as they had a waterproof covering.
    We had todo that too
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    You're going to have to write more than a page

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    Not really, my friend wrote a page on the unseen and got 18/18


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    Who here has an astronomy exam tomorrow?


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    (Original post by SSAA9)
    Who here has an astronomy exam tomorrow?


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    Woah, that's a subject?! It sounds amazing. What does the exam involve?
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    Not really, my friend wrote a page on the unseen and got 18/18


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    You're friend was probably really good at English to right one page and get full marks is awesome but you would need lots of depth in your answer, depending in how confident you are I would recommend that you use the space provided as a rough guide for how much to write ☺
 
 
 
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