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I had Task 1 (Succinic acid titration) but my Task 2 is on Monday, I will reply again then. Does anybody have information about Task 2 yet?

edit: i just read the guidelines so I am sorry but I won't be giving information and I am sorry that I asked for information too
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I've done the chemistry, thought it was pretty straightforward minus a few questions
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What topics do we need to actually revise for it? My teachers havent been much help:/
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What topics do we need to actually revise for it? My teachers havent been much help:/
Amount of substance
Energetics
Group 7
Group 2
Alkenes
Alcohols

That's all the examboard gave

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I've done the chemistry, thought it was pretty straightforward minus a few questions
Same here! Hopefully someone will make an unofficial mark scheme so we can check our answers
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Same here! Hopefully someone will make an unofficial mark scheme so we can check our answers

Have you done all task 1,2 and the written task? Also do we need to know the mechanisms?
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Have you done all task 1,2 and the written task? Also do we need to know the mechanisms?
I've done everything. Look, the best advice I can give you is to revise the topics the exam boards gave, they gave them for a reason. The topics are pretty small and the information for each is straightforward, know the topics and you'll ace the exam! Good luck everyone
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I've done everything. Look, the best advice I can give you is to revise the topics the exam boards gave, they gave them for a reason. The topics are pretty small and the information for each is straightforward, know the topics and you'll ace the exam! Good luck everyone

Thank you! How did you find it overall? For a girl working at a C/D would you think id struggle?
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Thank you! How did you find it overall? For a girl working at a C/D would you think id struggle?
Depends where you are in terms of logical thinking, I felt like the last section was completely based on using the chemistry you learnt from past years instead of the content of the course, which freaked me out a little towards the end.
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I've done everything. Look, the best advice I can give you is to revise the topics the exam boards gave, they gave them for a reason. The topics are pretty small and the information for each is straightforward, know the topics and you'll ace the exam! Good luck everyone
What are the topics that the exam board have told to revise? All I have been told is to revise all calculations such as for example concentration from unit 1 and positive ion and negative ion test is there more?
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What are the topics that the exam board have told to revise? All I have been told is to revise all calculations such as for example concentration from unit 1 and positive ion and negative ion test is there more?
oooooo there are a few, calculations are key, enthalpy change, Hess's law, all these fall under energetics. Other topics include alcohols, alkenes, group 2 and 7. Revise, Revise, Revise and you'll ace it!
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my teacher stated that he doubts any calculations from unit 2 would come up like enthalpy change and hess law he reckons that it would be unit 1 calculations...... Is this incorrect?
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oooooo there are a few, calculations are key, enthalpy change, Hess's law, all these fall under energetics. Other topics include alcohols, alkenes, group 2 and 7. Revise, Revise, Revise and you'll ace it!
my teacher stated that he doubts any calculations from unit 2 would come up like enthalpy change and hess law he reckons that it would be unit 1 calculations...... Is this incorrect?
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my teacher stated that he doubts any calculations from unit 2 would come up like enthalpy change and hess law he reckons that it would be unit 1 calculations...... Is this incorrect?
Hi there! the exam board has told us to revise energetics, right? So I really don't know what your teacher is talking about. I have done the paper and I wont give any specifics, however, all I'm saying is the exam board gave us energetics to revise so what do you think you should do? hahha I'll that question for you to answer
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Hi there! the exam board has told us to revise energetics, right? So I really don't know what your teacher is talking about. I have done the paper and I wont give any specifics, however, all I'm saying is the exam board gave us energetics to revise so what do you think you should do? hahha I'll that question for you to answer
Lol yh I should revise energetics then, I am comfortable with energetics calculations and hess law however when they ask u to construct hess cycle I find myself getting into a predicament where I have trouble
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Anyone willing to give GENERAL advice for bio, and I mean GENERAL. I've got it tow, hopefully it will be easier than PPs
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Lol yh I should revise energetics then, I am comfortable with energetics calculations and hess law however when they ask u to construct hess cycle I find myself getting into a predicament where I have trouble
make sure you know them before your empa then, will help for your exam as well because these are key marks that you can pick up, could get you a grade higher
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In terms of this Empa paper will u need to know how to construct the hess's cycle?
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make sure you know them before your empa then, will help for your exam as well because these are key marks that you can pick up, could get you a grade higher
In terms of this Empa paper will u need to know how to construct the hess's cycle?
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In terms of this Empa paper will u need to know how to construct the hess's cycle?
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