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    (Original post by Florent venhari)
    I made silly mistakes in paper one! So far in paper two, I know I lost about 2 in the enthalpy one, 1 on the last one about what will happen to N, maybe 1/2 in the reasoning for data book values, and one for my **** heptagon drawing haha ( I did seven points and it is cyclic), so I think I got around 70 marks. I hope this will balance with my paper 1 to get me an A !!!!


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    Oh Yhh the ****ing heptagon
    I can't believe I struggled to draw a Key Stage 1 shape
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    (Original post by clairebear101)
    I do AQA maths! I have finsnihed my Exmas now!! so happy but maths was hard, actually tbh i have found them all pre hard and cant really predict what i will get! going to depend on the grade boundaries it really is
    Ahh lucky, I've got one last exam to push through
    Are you finished your exams?
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    (Original post by zak_121)
    Yh same:cool:
    You ready for S1? I haven't even started revision, gonna start tomorrow
    I've done a S1 mock paper today, that's pretty much it haha! Same as u though. It all starts tomorrow


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    (Original post by zak_121)
    Oh Yhh the ****ing heptagon
    I can't believe I struggled to draw a Key Stage 1 shape
    i drew it badly tbh! but hopefully they will give it too me
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    (Original post by clairebear101)
    whats wrong with your heptagon if it had 7 sides! mine was pre ****, i also put +H2 as well next to it as this would have been released I think i lose around 3 on the multiple choice, 2 on the water of crystalisation, one on the last question and then obvs a few more here and there and so i should have at least 65 marks which is enough for an A and yes i made silly mistakes on paper one!
    Noooo! I forgot the H2 😭😭😭😭 oh well! I've always got these questions correct. what the hell happened to me


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    (Original post by Florent venhari)
    Noooo! I forgot the H2 😭😭😭😭 oh well! I've always got these questions correct. what the hell happened to me


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    not sure if u need the H2, i just put it just in case
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    (Original post by clairebear101)
    not sure if u need the H2, i just put it just in case
    U do! Because C7H16 reforms to C7H14 + H2! They might allow it but I doubt. I probably got 1 mark


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    What other subjects do you do Florent?
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    (Original post by Florent venhari)
    U do! Because C7H16 reforms to C7H14 + H2! They might allow it but I doubt. I probably got 1 mark


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    ah well dw about it x
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    (Original post by Florent venhari)
    U do! Because C7H16 reforms to C7H14 + H2! They might allow it but I doubt. I probably got 1 mark


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    I forgot that too
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    (Original post by zak_121)
    What other subjects do you do Florent?
    I also do French and Geography hbu?


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    (Original post by Florent venhari)
    I also do French and Geography hbu?


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    I do physics and Biology as well
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    (Original post by zak_121)
    I do physics and Biology as well
    btw guys what did u get for the diagram one and the range of temp? i got like from 50-65 degrees i think ( boiling temp of the producted wanted) and then a separating funnel with tap and bung, aqueous layer at the bottom?
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    Boiling temp was given in question no? 51 degrees I think
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    Aqueous layer was at bottom yh
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    (Original post by zak_121)
    Boiling temp was given in question no? 51 degrees I think
    Yes but it said what RANGE so i gave a rnage around this value
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    (Original post by clairebear101)
    Yes but it said what RANGE so i gave a rnage around this value
    For that one, it was to collect a distillate and in my core practical book, it says collect distillate when it has reached a temperature of 114-120 degrees for that exact practical


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    (Original post by Florent venhari)
    For that one, it was to collect a distillate and in my core practical book, it says collect distillate when it has reached a temperature of 114-120 degrees for that exact practical


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    but surelt then u would get the water vapourising as well, so this doesnt seem right to me
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    Basically the Chem paper is out of our hands now so there's no point stressing over what could've been. Time to look forward to next exam/s
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    What was the 6 marker on? Did you have to draw any mechanisms and what were they? Many thanks to anyone who helps
 
 
 
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