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    i have a 2 chemistry modules coming up in march , and i was wondering is it too easily to start hardcore revision now in order to get an A/A*
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    Are you talking about C1a and C1b?
    Or C2/C3?
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    (Original post by susie_love)
    Are you talking about C1a and C1b?
    Or C2/C3?
    umm think it is c2/c3
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    (Original post by Junaid16)
    umm think it is c2/c3
    Eeeeeek not sure, if you're a fast learner and stick at it, you'll probably have a good go.
    Bearing that in mind, I've been doing C2 since last September and am sitting the exam next week. C3 will be even harder if you're taking that.
    So I reckon it'd be pretty hard and you'd have to cram a lot into the next two months and will only just get enough time for revision. But if you do work hard, I think you'll make it (:

    Good luck!
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    (Original post by susie_love)
    Eeeeeek not sure, if you're a fast learner and stick at it, you'll probably have a good go.
    Bearing that in mind, I've been doing C2 since last September and am sitting the exam next week. C3 will be even harder if you're taking that.
    So I reckon it'd be pretty hard and you'd have to cram a lot into the next two months and will only just get enough time for revision. But if you do work hard, I think you'll make it (:

    Good luck!
    Thanks actually is c2 and c3 a-levels or gcse additional science
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    if its the multiple choice ones just learn the revision books of by heart - its only a few pages
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    (Original post by Junaid16)
    Thanks actually is c2 and c3 a-levels or gcse additional science
    C2 is additional science (compulsory for most at my school), C3 is the optional triple science.
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    I've got my C2 exam on Monday and I only really and truly started revising on Thursday after my B2 exam and then I've got my P2 exam on Wednesday that I haven't really revised for yet. But I remember these units quite easily. It all depends whether you're a quick learner and/or you can retain information easily, if you can't then there's not much point starting to revise now as you'll just forget it by March.
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    the earlier you start revision the more chances you may have of achieving A*/A.
    good luck =)
    BTW i'm doing additional science too..!
 
 
 
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