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    Pure Bull****.
    Damn you, Mr Seabrook!:shakecane:
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    What's the best way to revise French for the upcoming French exams?
    Revise keywords - the very basics to Ks4 vocabulary. The higher paper is literally gibberish save a few keywords you may understand. Oh and practise past papers, my teacher really weirdly works out patterns and second guesses what will come up in the paper by looking at past papers.


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    Yo Boss, I've got a question.

    In the haber process.

    Why does having a low temp shift the equilibrium to the right?
    Do you know about Le Chatelier's Principle?
    It's something among the lines of:
    "If we try to impose any change on a reaction in equilibrium it responds by opposing the change."

    Now, if I tell you that the enthalpy change for this reaction is ΔH -92kJ/mol, can you figure out why the position of equilibrium shifts to the right if the temperature is lowered?

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    Head of R.E department told me it was a legal requirement to take GCSE R.E :lol:
    Wow, he's almost as stupid as you. It's not a legal requirement to take one, but it's a legal requirement for schools to provide RE up to the age of 16.
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    (Original post by shaylux)
    afternoon!
    I feel like my revision-y motivation is draining ahah, last week's 6hrs a day seem a world away from today's catnap breaks. :rolleyes:
    Tbh, 6 hours a day sounds like 8 hours too many ._.
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    (Original post by Jina)
    Revise keywords - the very basics to Ks4 vocabulary. The higher paper is literally gibberish save a few keywords you may understand. Oh and practise past papers, my teacher really weirdly works out patterns and second guesses what will come up in the paper by looking at past papers.


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    Haha I swear you're like the most educated 16 year old on here. Well life seems to be revolving around exams right now and exams are whats wrong. Perhaps you could enter my candidate number on exam papers (obviously I am joking here).


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    :nah: I'm actually not

    Aah I see, well just try your best! That's all we can ask of you ^_^ and don't lose sleep over anything, health first, okay?

    And if you need subject specific help there should be someone here to help!

    (Original post by zed963)
    What's the best way to revise French for the upcoming French exams?
    As above really
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    Do you know about Le Chatelier's Principle?
    It's something among the lines of:
    "If we try to impose any change on a reaction in equilibrium it responds by opposing the change."

    Now, if I tell you that the enthalpy change for this reaction is ΔH -92kJ/mol, can you figure out why the position of equilibrium shifts to the right if the temperature is lowered?



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    (Original post by Jina)
    Revise keywords - the very basics to Ks4 vocabulary. The higher paper is literally gibberish save a few keywords you may understand. Oh and practise past papers, my teacher really weirdly works out patterns and second guesses what will come up in the paper by looking at past papers.


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    What should I use to learn the key words?
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    (Original post by zed963)
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    Ok, I assume you haven't covered enthalpy change then. Basically, what I said was the reaction is exothermic ._.
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    (Original post by Bude8)
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    Ok, I assume you haven't covered enthalpy change then. Basically, what I said was the reaction is exothermic ._.
    Enthalpy change isn't covered at GCSE, so they don't know what it is
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    (Original post by zed963)
    What should I use to learn the key words?
    Ahhh... See my school uses this booklet made by someone that literally has ALL the keywords needed for the exam. Maybe you could try look for it online or if you're really desperate I could somehow send you images of the booklet LOL.


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    (Original post by Jina)
    Ahhh... See my school uses this booklet made by someone that literally has ALL the keywords needed for the exam. Maybe you could try look for it online or if you're really desperate I could somehow send you images of the booklet LOL.


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    I have that too ahah
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    I have that too ahah
    Looool we have one thing in common!


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    (Original post by Jina)
    Ahhh... See my school uses this booklet made by someone that literally has ALL the keywords needed for the exam. Maybe you could try look for it online or if you're really desperate I could somehow send you images of the booklet LOL.


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    What's the booklet called?
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    Ok, I assume you haven't covered enthalpy change then. Basically, what I said was the reaction is exothermic ._.
    I know that the forward reaction is exothermic. What're you trying to say?:confused:
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    Looool we have one thing in common!


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    You're awesome too right? That's two things
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    (Original post by zed963)
    I know that the forward reaction is exothermic. What're you trying to say?:confused:
    Ok, the forward reaction is exothermic.
    Use Le Chetalier's principle to figure out what happens if temperature is lowered.

    I know equilibria is difficult at first but it's easier once you understand it
    You probably don't need to know Le Chetalier's principle as part of the syllabus but knowing it really helps.
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    You're awesome too right? That's two things
    Lol yes that and a couple of languages too. Beyond that, you're all genius and I'm.. Me. -_-


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    Lol yes that and a couple of languages too. Beyond that, you're all genius and I'm.. Me. -_-


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    Noooo :eek:
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    Noooo :eek:
    Ouiiiii! :'(


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