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    (Original post by krishkmistry)
    Don't understand this f325 question ...Attachment 261501
    On this question in the book it says work out kc and the [o3] is 5x10^-8 and [c2h4] is 1x10^-8 with the rate being 1x10^-12 - I got kc as 2000 but the books says different and I don't get it ... Someone help me
    Rate = k[o3][c2h4]


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    Your answer looks fine to me :yy:
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    (Original post by AmyAintDead)
    Does anybody have a revision body clock? I always revise in every free I have in school, which (especially towards the end of the week) can average around 3-4 hours of free time that I use to revise. I've been revising in my lessons today as well, as teachers were off / let us revise. However, despite of having nearly a full day of revision at school, I feel like I need to do more but my brain physically can't do it after 4pm, I'm more of a morning person.

    Do you think it'll be okay for me to take evenings off when I spend the entire morning and afternoon working, or is there any way to get my brain to focus in the evening?
    sounds good to me. You can't expect to be able to work 24/7. But I am a procrastinator so maybe not take mine into.consideration.
    And how were your holidays? Was your knowldege better after taking a day break?

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    What do people think of this?
    http://m.bbc.co.uk/news/education-25626265


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    (Original post by lauraaaaa)
    Oh I'm not off school, not allowed haha

    Hahah! And oh I know, luckily i didn't choke and my sore throat has just about gone reeeeally hoping I can sleep tonight, I can't concentrate on revision because I'm so exhausted yet I can't sleep to relieve it If I can sleep then I can power on with some revision this weekend! I'm gonna have to tell the charity shop that I help out in on Fridays that I can't help out this week because I really need to revise, which is a shame because I enjoy it!
    Well if you managed to sleep a bit last night then hopefully tonight will be even better I was a bit like that last night (with the exhausted but unable to sleep part) but then I went completely hyper for half an hour or so and then fell asleep when I was on the kind of 'down' following that- slept the best I had in ages! How long do you help at the charity shop for? Maybe do that but then come straight back in and revise afterwards if it's not too long?


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    (Original post by Qari)
    sounds good to me. You can't expect to be able to work 24/7. But I am a procrastinator so maybe not take mine into.consideration.
    And how were your holidays? Was your knowldege better after taking a day break?

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    Heh, I work best in the morning but all my friends seem to be evening students which I can't understand because I walk into my house at 4pm ready to crash.


    Agree with the article wholeheartedly. I found that swapping subjects every day seems to help me a lot more than hinder, but saying that, I've had some remarkable cramming miracles, such as my Additional Maths GCSE and my PH1 turnaround...
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    (Original post by AmyAintDead)
    Heh, I work best in the morning but all my friends seem to be evening students which I can't understand because I walk into my house at 4pm ready to crash.




    Agree with the article wholeheartedly. I found that swapping subjects every day seems to help me a lot more than hinder, but saying that, I've had some remarkable cramming miracles, such as my Additional Maths GCSE and my PH1 turnaround...
    I'm a 50/50 student i feel better at different times each day
    You never mentioned how were your holidays?

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    (Original post by BlossomS)
    Hey! OCR A for the sciences but Edexcel for Maths - what about you? And what have you applied for?
    AQA for the sciences and OCR for maths! I thought we might have at least one the same! :P Chemistry, you?
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    (Original post by Qari)
    I'm a 50/50 student i feel better at different times each day
    You never mentioned how were your holidays?

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    Yeah, sorry, I just realised! I had a lovely holiday, thanks, was a good balance between work and relaxing. The best had to be last Friday where I had like 4 hours sleep, did revision from 11-5 and then went to a party and came home at 1am, so I haven't exactly been suffering with all this revision, hah! How was your hols?
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    (Original post by AmyAintDead)
    Yeah, sorry, I just realised! I had a lovely holiday, thanks, was a good balance between work and relaxing. The best had to be last Friday where I had like 4 hours sleep, did revision from 11-5 and then went to a party and came home at 1am, so I haven't exactly been suffering with all this revision, hah! How was your hols?
    Ok, it was a well needed break from school/college.
    Haha that's good, thought you'd never take a break

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    (Original post by Qari)
    I know what you mean, I always have to go.school.

    And forgive me for this next comment/joke

    If you need help getting to sleep, I'm more than willing to offer my services.

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    If I was actually dying my parents would still send me haha.
    Urrrrrm, I'll try my beechams thanks ahah
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    (Original post by furryface12)
    Well if you managed to sleep a bit last night then hopefully tonight will be even better I was a bit like that last night (with the exhausted but unable to sleep part) but then I went completely hyper for half an hour or so and then fell asleep when I was on the kind of 'down' following that- slept the best I had in ages! How long do you help at the charity shop for? Maybe do that but then come straight back in and revise afterwards if it's not too long?


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    Gonna try this beechams thing I bought earlier today just before bed and see what happens I could have cried last night I was so frustrated at not being able to sleep and my throat being so raw. Luckily my throats better now so should be fine I help out straight after sixth form from 1-5:30 but my parents take me to the local coffee shop for tea afterwards so it ends up being like half seven by the time I come back home. I know I don't have to go to out with them but they come to meet me and I adore costas peach lemonades ahah so Im thinking I can go with them to costa if I've done revision in the afternoon when I'd normally be in the charity shop!
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    (Original post by lauraaaaa)
    If I was actually dying my parents would still send me haha.
    Urrrrrm, I'll try my beechams thanks ahah
    So would mine, education.is everything to them.at times it does my head in.


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    Would anyone consider this.

    https://track.ucas.com/FrequentlyAsk...erence=5_00190

    Got bored of seeing no more replied that I started reading FAQ

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    (Original post by Qari)
    Ok, it was a well needed break from school/college.
    Haha that's good, thought you'd never take a break

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    Very good!
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    6 hours of labwork tomorrow... :sigh:
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    (Original post by usycool1)
    6 hours of labwork tomorrow... :sigh:
    Either you guys started late or we did early- already on analysis and finished lab work 2 weeks before Xmas count yourself lucky, we did 8-5!!


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    (Original post by usycool1)
    6 hours of labwork tomorrow... :sigh:
    Are you OCR or Salters?

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    Either you guys started late or we did early- already on analysis and finished lab work 2 weeks before Xmas count yourself lucky, we did 8-5!!


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    You on Salters too? :sad:

    I'm doing 8 to 5 next Tuesday
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    Are you OCR or Salters?

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    Salters is part of OCR But I'm doing OCR Salters, yeah.
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    (Original post by usycool1)
    You on Salters too? :sad:

    I'm doing 8 to 5 next Tuesday
    Indeed I am much would have preferred last years isa's again


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