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    Had a quick peek for other threads for this exam, couldn't see any, so here goes.

    This is just to gauge how other Salterians are finding the revision for this topic, and also, what areas you're thoroughly going over.

    I'll put my hands up and say I'm not the greatest at Chemistry (Predicted B/C) and I mostly struggle with the long 5/6 mark calculations, especially the ones finding the percentages of something present in something. Any tips on really knuckling down? I get in general, the steps you need to take, but it's never a 100% certainty that I'll get the correct answer.

    Personally for me, the biological side of it is the easiest/most enjoyable, I'll be pleased to see a lot of DNA questions popping up.

    Glass Transition Temp is a bit of a ***** imo, our teacher didn't really go over it so well.

    Eugh, and anything on balancing out ionic equations makes me want to explode a little.

    So, what are our hopes, fears, and worries for this exam? What do you think is the best thing to thoroughly revise over and get down to a T?


    Finally, any revision tips on how to go about doing this, past papers aside, I've been through all of them already it would seem! People finding CGP any help?

    Thanks everyone, and good luck!
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    ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh chemistry is driving me NUTS and i'm reatakin the june AS from last year a mate of mine found a really good website, just type khan academy into google lol his videos are amazing and so helpful!! i like the bio side too gah my worst bit is having to remember all the conditions lol, like when its conc. h2so4 or dilute etc etc etc
 
 
 
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