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What i did was double science. my exam board was AQA.
The exams which are done in triple science chemistry are c1a,c1b,c2,c3
But in double science, i did, c1a,c1b and c2.
People are teling me that the gap is so steep from GCSE to A level chemistry that it is virtually cumpolsury to do C3 or you wil be at a huge disadvantage. But i neve get to ask them HOW?
that is why im here..typing away..for an answer..
is this true?
will i die in A level chemistry? (btw the A level exam board is also AQA)
how hard will it be to cope?
and also, i did get 100/100 ums in c2
and A's in c1a and c1b. so im not thick.
it's getting your head around the new concepts that's the tricky bit. but once you've got those nailed you're offffff.
some girls came into my sixth form after having done a multiple choice science gcse and they're doing fine. fine as in A's. (we're AQA)
usually do AS between
If you enjoy chemistry, don't be put off by it's difficulty
Tbh you'll learn everything you'll need to know during the induction week for chemistry.