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    Advices on A-level chemistry plssss
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    H2O is water.
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    What do you want advice on?
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    (Original post by MatthewJoeCarr)
    H2O is water.
    I can't express my greatfulness to your explaination,which everyone's already known😊
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    (Original post by NicCx)
    What do you want advice on?
    Anything u think that's crucial to succeed this subject😊 like revision,taking notes...
    Thks!
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    (Original post by Scarlett2111)
    I can't express my greatfulness to your explaination,which everyone's already known������

    But stuck up aren't we. Oh well, I'll help someone else.
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    (Original post by MatthewJoeCarr)
    But stuck up aren't we. Oh well, I'll help someone else.
    I'm sure everyone else will be very grateful with your helping!
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    (Original post by Scarlett2111)
    I'm sure everyone else will be very grateful with your helping!
    Should be, I did A-level Chemistry and got an A so I should know a thing or two about it.
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    (Original post by MatthewJoeCarr)
    Should be, I did A-level Chemistry and got an A so I should know a thing or two about it.
    Okay i'm impressed. Why don't u be serious and give me some real advices? Thks a lot!
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    (Original post by Scarlett2111)
    Anything u think that's crucial to succeed this subject������ like revision,taking notes...
    Thks!
    Make sure you understand the concepts, don't think 'oh I'll leave it and look at it later'. I would advise you take notes at the end of each week, each day if you want but I doubt you'd have time. Practice exam questions and discuss with your teachers anything you don't understand. The basics really
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    Revise A LOT!!!! I did AS chem after getting an A* at GCSE and I ended up getting a U at the end of AS.... I didn't revise anywhere near enoguh
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    (Original post by chl0eellen)
    Revise A LOT!!!! I did AS chem after getting an A* at GCSE and I ended up getting a U at the end of AS.... I didn't revise anywhere near enoguh
    U?
    Omg LOL. I would have laughed so hard at you on results day.
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    (Original post by HappyHylian)
    U?
    Omg LOL. I would have laughed so hard at you on results day.
    rude much? and you must be quite low to even care what other people get on their results :s
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    (Original post by chl0eellen)
    rude much? and you must be quite low to even care what other people get on their results :s
    Nah, I just hate it when people waste the time, effort and money of people spent to enter+educate people for GCSEs/Alevels just because that person can't be bothered to pull their finger out.
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    (Original post by HappyHylian)
    Nah, I just hate it when people waste the time, effort and money of people spent to enter+educate people for GCSEs/Alevels just because that person can't be bothered to pull their finger out.
    i put a lot of effort in and obviously it wasnt enough but it doesn't mean i 'cant be bothered' if i didn't care about my a levels how come I got high grades in every other subject? hm
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    (Original post by HappyHylian)
    Nah, I just hate it when people waste the time, effort and money of people spent to enter+educate people for GCSEs/Alevels just because that person can't be bothered to pull their finger out.
    Everyone makes mistakes, perhaps they didn't realise how much work was required? I knew I had a shock in my January AS exams.
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    (Original post by HappyHylian)
    U?
    Omg LOL. I would have laughed so hard at you on results day.
    Hold on, you're 15 years old so I highly doubt you've done your GCSEs let alone A-level chemistry. I don't know what make you think you're superior to others but you need to get off your high horse. Chemistry is not an easy A-level so it's totally unfounded for you to say that. Maybe when you actually start it you can judge others. Until then, show a little respect
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    (Original post by chl0eellen)
    i put a lot of effort in and obviously it wasnt enough but it doesn't mean i 'cant be bothered' if i didn't care about my a levels how come I got high grades in every other subject? hm
    "I didn't revise anywhere near enoguh"

    ​Mkay den.
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    (Original post by HappyHylian)
    "I didn't revise anywhere near enoguh"

    ​Mkay den.
    and like a said it wasn't enough -.- thats why I advised the OP to revise a hell of a lot because you need more revision than you think for chemistry at A Level as in the words of my head teacher 'Chemistry is one of the hardest A Levels'

    You can't really judge if you haven't even sat any A Level Chemistry exams tbh
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    (Original post by NicCx)
    Everyone makes mistakes, perhaps they didn't realise how much work was required? I knew I had a shock in my January AS exams.
    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    Hold on, you're 15 years old so I highly doubt you've done your GCSEs let alone A-level chemistry. I don't know what make you think you're superior to others but you need to get off your high horse. Chemistry is not an easy A-level so it's totally unfounded for you to say that. Maybe when you actually start it you can judge others. Until then, show a little respect
    ^^^^
 
 
 
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