why do i find chemistry so hard

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hey pple. i have been doing a lvel cham. at first as was was easy and got an A , but now its somuch harder.

do u find it hard?
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loads of ppl say chem has a big jump in difficulty from AS to A level, I just finished AS course and it was moderatly easy, not THAT much to understand, lots to remember.

How much harder does it get? (I was doing the OCR Chem, not the salters one)
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i dod chemistry at the moment, i am sort of good at it, not great, but i find it mind numbingly boring, so i never bother to revise,
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I think chemistry is pretty interesting, perhaps its ur teacher its v hard to convey something that is interesting, as interesting if ur teacher is crap.
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I'm coming to the end of chemistry A2, with edexcel....

Chemsitry is a subject that requries a bit of work. At AS - it's easy peasy compared with A2.
A2 chemistry is hard, but manageable, surviable, whatever u call it. Only with work, and determination, you'll succeed.

Good luck
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I HATE CHEMISTRY

i do a level, got A in as but cant cope with my mod 5 next week......i really cant.........
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a level chem is easy.
especially OCR and cambridge.
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