Chemistry F332 OCR B - 03/06/14 Watch

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Does anyone have any good revision resources? Because I am really struggling with F332 :/ and does anyone havethe F332 June 2013 paper with markscheme please?
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I'm struggling with F332 as well even though it's a retake I haven't really looked at in a year. I'm attempting to go through the revision book and past papers. The amount of facts you need to know for F332 is absolutely daunting.
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I'm struggling with F332 as well even though it's a retake I haven't really looked at in a year. I'm attempting to go through the revision book and past papers. The amount of facts you need to know for F332 is absolutely daunting.
Yes, I agree. Elements from the Sea is alright for me, but polymer revolution and the atmosphere, I am really struggling with!
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What is your current revision technique I keep trying different ones and haven't found one yet that really works for me. Thus far my favorite technique has been going through the guide doing the questions then taking notes on stuff that wasn't so easy to recall. This worked pretty well for unit 1 but unit 2 there is so much my flash cars are filling up pretty fast.
I've been looking for videos, but because ocr B isn't widely taught those are in pretty short supply.
I've also attempted using this get revising website which has a few community made f332 revision notes and quizzes.
There is also this site:
http://www.docbrown.info/page19/saltersASchemistry.htm
Although a bit harsh on the eye with layout and colours it does contain a pretty comprehensive guide.
Anyway best of luck!!
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If you are still looking for stuff this thread has a host of resources
http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=2691843
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What is your current revision technique I keep trying different ones and haven't found one yet that really works for me. Thus far my favorite technique has been going through the guide doing the questions then taking notes on stuff that wasn't so easy to recall. This worked pretty well for unit 1 but unit 2 there is so much my flash cars are filling up pretty fast.
I've been looking for videos, but because ocr B isn't widely taught those are in pretty short supply.
I've also attempted using this get revising website which has a few community made f332 revision notes and quizzes.
There is also this site:
http://www.docbrown.info/page19/saltersASchemistry.htm
Although a bit harsh on the eye with layout and colours it does contain a pretty comprehensive guide.
Anyway best of luck!!
Yeah, me too! I make colourful notes haha, so I can remember more.
Thank you so much, good luck to you!
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(Original post by kodlak)
If you are still looking for stuff this thread has a host of resources
http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=2691843

Thank you so much!!
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Does anyone have any good revision resources? Because I am really struggling with F332 :/ and does anyone havethe F332 June 2013 paper with markscheme please?
I've also just found some questions that have been predicted and are relevant to the pre release. These will be REALLY useful:
Questions
https://intranet.psc.ac.uk/chemistry...et_jun14ii.pdf
Answers
https://intranet.psc.ac.uk/chemistry...wsh_2014ii.pdf

More questions, answers also in document:
http://www.hartismere.com/view/docum...s%20&%20As.pdf

Best of luck!

If you haven't got the prerelease it can be found on the ocr website under prerelease materials
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I've also just found some questions that have been predicted and are relevant to the pre release. These will be REALLY useful:
Questions
https://intranet.psc.ac.uk/chemistry...et_jun14ii.pdf
Answers
https://intranet.psc.ac.uk/chemistry...wsh_2014ii.pdf

More questions, answers also in document:
http://www.hartismere.com/view/docum...s%20&%20As.pdf

Best of luck!

If you haven't got the prerelease it can be found on the ocr website under prerelease materials
Thank you so much, lovely!
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Anyone know if there is anything we need to know that isn't in the CGP book?
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Anyone know if there is anything we need to know that isn't in the CGP book?
It's all in there. The problem is with OCR B exams the questions are always trying to throw you off with unseen scenarios. Which is why when doing a past paper you come across a question and you can be like "what I've never seen this!" but really it's all a cover up.
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can someone also tell me what makes something soluble in water? Is it due to the fact that the polymer has groups attached to it which can form hydrogen bonds with the water molecule?
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