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So the exam for chemistry of natural resources is tomorrow, eeeek! It's meant to be the harder one out of the two exams for AS and its worth 50% (i think). Are there any helpful tips out there or anyone willing to share anything or talk topics or revision or anything?! Anyone is welcome
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There are so many parts to F322, plus I found the F321 paper really difficult, so I really don't have high hopes for this exam. Does anybody have any revision documents that could come in handy for some last minute reviewing?
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So the exam for chemistry of natural resources is tomorrow, eeeek! It's meant to be the harder one out of the two exams for AS and its worth 50% (i think). Are there any helpful tips out there or anyone willing to share anything or talk topics or revision or anything?! Anyone is welcome
LEARN THE MECHANISMS + REACTIONS

This is the best piece of advice i can give you given the exam is tomorrow morning. That's what my final revision is made up of. Learn the radical substitution, nucleophilic/electrophilic reactions, Hydration/Dehydration, Hydrolysis, Reflux/Distillation etc..
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Oh I hate those bits and everything! There's usually a question involving electrophiles and nucleophiles, it sort if crops up in most past papers for one or two marks


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Make sure you know the definitions and how to draw Boltzmann Distribution graph and enthalpy change diagrams. They're easy marks to pick up if they appear on the exam tomorrow
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Oh I hate those bits and everything! There's usually a question involving electrophiles and nucleophiles, it sort if crops up in most past papers for one or two marks


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Haha, it's more than 1 or two marks, I assure you. I would say reactions of Alkanes/Alkenes/Alcohols and the mechanisms make up about half of the paper
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what definitions do we think are gonna come up?
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Radicals perhaps that tends to pop up, otherwise I'm not sure


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Haha, it's more than 1 or two marks, I assure you. I would say reactions of Alkanes/Alkenes/Alcohols and the mechanisms make up about half of the paper
Oh don't worry that's not what i meant , i know those are major topics, but specifically questions where they ask you if a certain reaction was nucleophilic or electrophilic tend to come up in most past papers ive done.
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