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    Hey guy's I know this is really silly of me to ask I haven't revised for this exam one bit. My outlook on life has changed and I've decided to revise haha and get at least a b,any help / advice/tips xxxx I understand most of the concepts just don't seem to remember them Pleaasseee help xxx


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    Anyone there ,my whole life depends on this :|


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    (Original post by Raine6)
    Anyone there ,my whole life depends on this :|


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    Past papers, mind maps, flash cards, diagrams...
    You have a lot to choose from
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    What should I prioritise xx


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    Helllooooo


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    I have the same exam. And tbh i haven't really done much either, but luckily the f321 paper isn't too hard to revise for but there is quite a big chunk you need to go through, if you have the ocr book-as chemistry, then work through each page till 90 something and your done, however if u wanna get a B then i suggest spending an hour on 2 pages, making sure you go through each page as thoroughly as possible since we are still talking about chemistry. I did that for about 50 pages and have given up, therefore i need to carry on with only 3 days before collage starts :/ oh well i reckon 10 hours just for 3 days will defo get you a b maybe an a. remember to do all the questions to retain what you've learnt. I still got 40 pages, so around 20 hours thts 2 days, and 1 day for past papers, but gl anyway. Also make sure to memorize the key words such as relative atomic mass etc as they are usually an easy 3 marks. By now u shuld also be confident working out moles so thats like 5 pages off
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    Any tips on what to focus on,anyone?xx


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    Help !!! Please


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    Periodicity
    Reactivities and ionisation energies.
    How van der Waals' forces are created and what they are
    Redox reactions
    Metallic, ionic and covalent bonding
    Physical properties of graphite, diamond
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    Any advice for tonight I'm so tired and got a e in my latest mock 😱


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