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    OCR CHEMISTRY F222~ Chains, Energy and Resources!

    Welcome to the OCR Chemistry Unit 2 (F322) Exam Thread! I hope all of you got your deserved grade in F321, well done to all of you!

    Feel free to share notes/tips/materials/questions and thoughts on the exam.

    DATE OF EXAM: F322- 1H 45 MINS - 4TH JUNE 2013 - PM

    SYLLABUS:

    http://www.ocr.org.uk/images/81089-specification.pdf

    - Scroll down to F322 ( PAGES 20-37)

    PAST PAPERS & MARK SCHEMES:

    http://www.ocr.org.uk/qualifications...y-a-h034-h434/
    (Past papers from January 2009 to January 2012)

    JANUARY 2013 PAPER AND MARK SCHEME:

    Paper: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/atta...hmentid=214241 (Thanks to MTRHK)

    Mark Scheme: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/atta...hmentid=213060

    http://pastpapers.org/chemistry-as-papers

    ( Legacy OCR papers, Chains and Rings and How Far, and How Fast cover the F322 exam)

    USEFUL REVISION WEBSITES:

    http://www.chemguide.co.uk

    http://alevelchem.com/index.php

    http://www.knockhardy.org.uk/sci.htm

    http://www.chemnotes.org.uk/f322.html

    ADVICE:

    I personally would start revision now, even if its 30 minutes a day it will just reduce you with the amount of workload and revision you will have to do as the exam gets closer especially if you are resiting any exams!

    If you want any help just post a question here and I or someone else will help!

    Finally Good luck to all of you!

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    Am I glad there's an OCR chem F322 thread!
    Yes I'm starting now to, good advice
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    (Original post by Jimmy20002012)
    OCR CHEMISTRY F222~ Chains, Energy and Resources!

    Welcome to the OCR Chemistry Unit 2 (F322) Exam Thread! I hope all of you got your deserved grade in F321, well done to all of you!

    Feel free to share notes/tips/materials/questions and thoughts on the exam.

    DATE OF EXAM: F322- 1H 45 MINS - 4TH JUNE 2013 - PM

    SYLLABUS:

    http://www.ocr.org.uk/images/81089-specification.pdf

    - Scroll down to F322 ( PAGES 20-37)

    PAST PAPERS & MARK SCHEMES:

    http://www.ocr.org.uk/qualifications...y-a-h034-h434/
    ( Past papers from January 2009 to January 2012)

    http://pastpapers.org/chemistry-as-papers

    ( Legacy OCR papers, Chains and Rings and How Far, and How Fast cover the F322 exam)

    USEFUL REVISION WEBSITES:
    http://www.chemguide.co.uk

    http://alevelchem.com/index.php

    http://www.knockhardy.org.uk/sci.htm

    ADVICE:

    I personally would start revision now, even if its 30 minutes a day it will just reduce you with the amount of workload and revision you will have to do as the exam gets closer especially if you are resiting any exams!

    If you want any help just post a question here and I or someone else will help!

    Finally Good luck to all of you!

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    Knockhardy and chemguide are the best for explaining things. The CGP book is pretty good too.
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    Where about are you both in the syllabus., in my school we have just finished module 1 and 3, and are currently on module 2 and 4 which we should finish by Easter!


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    not being funny, i resat this paper in jan thought i did better but did much worse, but still don't believe it!!!!!!!! Re mark here i come
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    (Original post by drplease)
    not being funny, i resat this paper in an thought i did better but did much worse, but still don't believe it!!!!!!!!
    I have seen people say this in my school and all over the forums in TSR. Sounds pretty suspicious, either they marked it really harshly or they didn't mark it properly. I would recommend a remark and then ask for your exam paper back! So you think you are gonna resit?


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    (Original post by Jimmy20002012)
    I have seen people say this in my school and all over the forums in TSR. Sounds pretty suspicious, either they marked it really harshly or they didn't mark it properly. I would recommend a remark and then ask for your exam paper back! So you think you are gonna resit?


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    I'll be honest with you, when I came out the exam hall after the paper I thought the maximum I get wrong will be 15 and thats it, but turns out I get 30 wrong which I DEFINITELY know cannot be! I depends really hope a remark can improve the score otherwise I guess I'll have to resit it, what about you? did you do the paper? I have ordered my paper-back lets see how they marked it!
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    (Original post by drplease)
    I'll be honest with you, when I came out the exam hall after the paper I thought the maximum I get wrong will be 15 and thats it, but turns out I get 30 wrong which I DEFINITELY know cannot be! I depends really hope a remark can improve the score otherwise I guess I'll have to resit it, what about you? did you do the paper? I have ordered my paper-back lets see how they marked it!
    No I didn't do the paper, its just a load of year 13s who resat the paper only got 5-10 ums higher than what they previously got which didn't changed there grade massively. Hope this does not happen to me in June!


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    (Original post by drplease)
    not being funny, i resat this paper in jan thought i did better but did much worse, but still don't believe it!!!!!!!! Re mark here i come
    same, I revised loads, there was nothing I didn't know the answer to on the paper, thought I'd got a C at the very least...
    do schools tend to pay for the remarks or will I probably have to pay?
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    Thanks for setting up the forum! I just scraped an A on f321 exam with 72/90 UMS points. Very happy it's an A but I wish I scored more UMS points.

    Does anyone know the definitions for:
    -E/Z isomerism.
    -Cis/trans isomerism.

    Also I'd be really grateful if someone could please explain the difference. I'm a bit confused. Thanks.
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    Anybody got any good revision notes etc retaking this for the 3rd time after obtaining 2 us previously any advice ? Thanks in advance


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    (Original post by Happy03)
    Anybody got any good revision notes etc retaking this for the 3rd time after obtaining 2 us previously any advice ? Thanks in advance

    This website has all the notes for F322, as well as the other OCR Chemistry units:

    http://www.chemnotes.org.uk/f322.html

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    Thanks very much


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    i got a B for my f321 exam which is 65 UMS, i thought about retaking it but made a last minute decision not to.... I've been told i have a chance of getting an A overall, is this true?
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    (Original post by Samira95)
    i got a B for my f321 exam which is 65 UMS, i thought about retaking it but made a last minute decision not to.... I've been told i have a chance of getting an A overall, is this true?
    Yeah you could say you get 130/150 ums in the second exam and 52/60 ums in your coursework which would equal as a total if 247 ums which would mean you would get an A overall as an A is 240 ums!

    Hope this helped


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    (Original post by Jimmy20002012)
    Yeah you could say you get 130/150 ums in the second exam and 52/60 ums in your coursework which would equal as a total if 247 ums which would mean you would get an A overall as an A is 240 ums!

    Hope this helped


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    Thank you so much for your reply, it really did help ^_^
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    Hi guys, I am going to retake this paper for the 3rd time I got C first time around and then got a U in January! So any advise on how to revise for this unit??
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    (Original post by Samira95)
    i got a B for my f321 exam which is 65 UMS, i thought about retaking it but made a last minute decision not to.... I've been told i have a chance of getting an A overall, is this true?
    I got 65 UMS in F321 and still got an A overall. I got 130/150 UMS in F322 and 52/60 UMS in F323 so it certainly is still possible!
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    (Original post by tom2013)
    Hi guys, I am going to retake this paper for the 3rd time I got C first time around and then got a U in January! So any advise on how to revise for this unit??
    Have you sat F234 yet? I found revising for both the units together really complimented them.
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    (Original post by H0ls)
    Have you sat F234 yet? I found revising for both the units together really complimented them.
    Hey no I haven't! I did f325 in January and got an U in that as well we are doing f324 now
 
 
 
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