I'm sitting all chem units this summer, and I really want to get an A overall. I am self-teaching chem A-level, and sat Unit 1 and 2 in January but was disappointed with what I got. So now I'm currently revising and learning (with help of a tutor) for these units in the summer.
How many hours of learning and revising will I have to do for chemistry a day for me to achieve an A in the summer exams? Is it even possible?
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- Thread Starter
- 12-03-2013 22:07
- 13-03-2013 09:43
It should be possible, but I don't think you can put a time deadline on it! It depends on what sort of person you are, how much revision you can get done in that time. Maybe instead of 'revising for x hours' you could make it task orientated? For example, on Monday do flashcards for Unit 1 and 2, Tuesday flashcards for 3 and 4, Wednesday finish off Mondays work, Thursday finish off Tuesdays work, Friday do two past papers then have Saturday off and spend Sunday revising the things you got wrong on the papers?
Then the next week switch flashcards for posters, then the week after for long written summaries of everything you need to know, then picture/diagram only posters etc?