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    has anyone got a set of notes that are easy to understand and break it into little chunks? or know of a GOOD book that does this, i only have until tuesday argh and i cant face the big a2 books its information overload im really stressed and getting almost depressed over this stupid exam, i only need to get a C in both modules so any advice on how to learn enough to get this without making my brain explode, i feel as if my teacher left loads out and I am starting form scratch to do a whole A level in 2days!
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    This exam is going to be hard. I dont know of any revision books but im only revising what i dont know. Dont revise or do questions on what your good at because ur wasting valuble time.
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    Marisad I have the same problem. I won't be able to revise properly tomorrow because i'm working all day. I'm going to fail!
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    (Original post by carla18)
    Marisad I have the same problem. I won't be able to revise properly tomorrow because i'm working all day. I'm going to fail!
    theres these little red collins books A5 size for each individual module...but obv not 6.....they are written by examiners and follow the syllabus step by step.......IMO they have saved my life in every module so far
    il give u ISBN number for module one...0-00-327701-1 U should be able to find the rest...

    and you can get them at WH Smith or Waterstones
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    (Original post by marisad_uk)
    has anyone got a set of notes that are easy to understand and break it into little chunks? or know of a GOOD book that does this, i only have until tuesday argh and i cant face the big a2 books its information overload im really stressed and getting almost depressed over this stupid exam, i only need to get a C in both modules so any advice on how to learn enough to get this without making my brain explode, i feel as if my teacher left loads out and I am starting form scratch to do a whole A level in 2days!
    I type all of my notes on the computer, so that might be what you're after. However, part of the "joy" of typing up notes is the fact that I'm able to understand them - I'm not sure how useful you would find them.
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    (Original post by jiggaman7)
    theres these little red collins books A5 size for each individual module...but obv not 6.....they are written by examiners and follow the syllabus step by step.......IMO they have saved my life in every module so far
    il give u ISBN number for module one...0-00-327701-1 U should be able to find the rest...

    and you can get them at WH Smith or Waterstones
    yea i have one for module 1 that was a life saver, but i got one for mod4 and it confused me more than anything :confused: I asked my mum to get me the module 5 one but she made me see its not worth it just for a couple of days so i have been finding notes on the internet instead. www.chemguide.co.uk and www.s-cool.co.uk are my lifesavers, make things seem simpl-ish!
 
 
 
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