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    (Original post by Georgehigginson)
    nah you get the mark without putting it
    So would it be accepted =/
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    What was the shape of the N2O molecule??
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    (Original post by mariam_619)
    What was the shape of the N2O molecule??
    Linear


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    (Original post by YouKnowMyName)
    So would it be accepted =/
    Think so yeah
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    (Original post by super121)
    Linear


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    thank you!! i was so confused i don't know why lol
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    (Original post by Ali_Ludley)
    Yeah, a little shaken about that, hopefully it will be ok.
    I can't do any of it
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    (Original post by lizz-ie)
    I can't do any of it
    Any of it :eek: ? It is pretty hard...
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    (Original post by Ali_Ludley)
    Any of it :eek: ? It is pretty hard...
    My school aren't teaching FP1 this year so I had to learn it myself, and I can do about half of it, but the easy half!
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    (Original post by mariam_619)
    thank you!! i was so confused i don't know why lol
    probably because you were thinking about water, which has the same number of atoms but a different shape.
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    (Original post by lizz-ie)
    My school aren't teaching FP1 this year so I had to learn it myself, and I can do about half of it, but the easy half!
    try this:
    MEI GCE Maths Specification : ExamSolutions
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    (Original post by krisshP)
    I can't understand how some people choose to take OCR Salters chemistry to a2. If loads of people dropped it, it would mean nobody clearly like it, so maybe OCR salters can close down :yay:
    probably because then you'd have to spend another year in college doing a AS again or move college to do a different course.
    Also I like the OCR salters spec, it's very interesting and quite fun compared to spec A
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    (Original post by TheNote)
    probably because then you'd have to spend another year in college doing a AS again or move college to do a different course.
    Also I like the OCR salters spec, it's very interesting and quite fun compared to spec A
    I like the spec too, but the mark schemes are too bloomin' specific which is why I lose so many marks


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    (Original post by super121)
    I like the spec too, but the mark schemes are too bloomin' specific which is why I lose so many marks


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    yeah but everyone has to put up with the same marks cheme so the grade boundries reflect it. eg. it's almost always like 70% for f332 rather than 80% for an A
    You have to remember keywords for OCR salters.
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    (Original post by TheNote)
    yeah but everyone has to put up with the same marks cheme so the grade boundries reflect it. eg. it's almost always like 70% for f332 rather than 80% for an A
    You have to remember keywords for OCR salters.
    Good point


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    but your right the salters B doesn't allow for lucky marks, it rewards people who know their stuff but punishes you if you don't, but e other spec to get an A its often around another 8-10% more
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    (Original post by TheNote)
    but your right the salters B doesn't allow for lucky marks, it rewards people who know their stuff but punishes you if you don't, but e other spec to get an A its often around another 8-10% more
    Yea I know know what you mean. OCR B is more application of knowledge unlike OCR A which is just memorising the chemistry, I find it quite dry to an extent.


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    (Original post by TheNote)
    but your right the salters B doesn't allow for lucky marks, it rewards people who know their stuff but punishes you if you don't, but e other spec to get an A its often around another 8-10% more
    I think my alcohol question is wrong.so is the question linking to.alcohols.the systematic name.is.wrong. The mol. Formula is.wrong. Does anyone know the abswer to.them equilibrium questionss??

    Id likr to knoe them.plz

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    (Original post by NielsBohrsDad)
    I think my alcohol question is wrong.so is the question linking to.alcohols.the systematic name.is.wrong. The mol. Formula is.wrong. Does anyone know the abswer to.them equilibrium questionss??

    Id likr to knoe them.plz

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    I'm not sure what alcohol questions you're talking about, but for the equilibrium ones it was decrease then increase and rate of reaction was increase.


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    (Original post by super121)
    I'm not sure what alcohol questions you're talking about, but for the equilibrium ones it was decrease then increase and rate of reaction was increase.


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    Can you explain please.
    For pressure i wrote the rate of formation of propan 1 ol increases on increasing pressure.

    But then after that the question on temperature confused me

    To be honest that only made me.doubt my first answer.
    I wrote for the 3 marker- that the rate goes in the direction of the exothermic (only because the question said to me the reaction continues in forward direction being favoured more) so that was my explanation and it does this this to release the wnergy it was.given
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    (Original post by lizz-ie)
    My school aren't teaching FP1 this year so I had to learn it myself, and I can do about half of it, but the easy half!
    Thats nasty, our teacher hates the way the books teaches a lot of topics so he taught us other ways which are so much better. I'm coping with FP1 at the moment, just dont like alpha, beta, gamma roots etc much
 
 
 
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