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    I've been recommended the Pearsons Baccalaureate Chemistry book. Does anyone know how much difference there is between the Standard and Higher level? In other words, will I need the standard one before looking at the higher one or will I be able to understand the higher one on its own?

    I'd also like to know about As level and A2 level. Are they just two halves of a course or is A2 the same but in more depth?

    I did GCSE Chemistry years ago and am going to be starting an access course in September but as the degree course I want to do is chemistry heavy I want to prepare myself as well as possible so if anyone has any recommendations I'd really appreciate them.
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    I'm not sure about that specific book

    But for all the texbooks I know, there is no point buying a standard level book if you are doing higher level. for all my higher level subjects, I just have a higher level book, and its more than enough
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    (Original post by Kagesou)
    I'm not sure about that specific book

    But for all the texbooks I know, there is no point buying a standard level book if you are doing higher level. for all my higher level subjects, I just have a higher level book, and its more than enough
    Thank-you very much.
 
 
 

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