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    If you have just finished your GCSE's like me
    And you are going to be doing A Level Chemistry In September
    How are you preparing
    Have any of you looked at the syllabus how do you feel about it
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    I haven't started yet, but I'm intending on going over the calculations (especially the mole stuff) so that I know it like the back of my hand lol.

    I want to go over some of the content as well - does anyone know which gcse material is relevant at alevel?


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    A large part of it is organic chemistry, some of which you will have done already (but that is as2 and a2 stuff). As1 focuses a lot on moles, mass spectroscopy, bonding etc so you will have done quite a bit of it already you are like developing on what you have already learnt 😄
    it's quite intense so if I were you I wouldn't kill myself over the summer cause the next two years are gunna be a bit hectic 😁
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    (Original post by izzy2704)
    a large part of it is organic chemistry, some of which you will have done already (but that is as2 and a2 stuff). As1 focuses a lot on moles, mass spectroscopy, bonding etc so you will have done quite a bit of it already :d you are like developing on what you have already learnt ������
    it's quite intense so if i were you i wouldn't kill myself over the summer cause the next two years are gunna be a bit hectic ������
    there is a saying for studying alevels
    understand and review all the way through!!
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    (Original post by Mini-Minion)
    I haven't started yet, but I'm intending on going over the calculations (especially the mole stuff) so that I know it like the back of my hand lol.

    I want to go over some of the content as well - does anyone know which gcse material is relevant at alevel?


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    I had my A level induction day yesterday
    and my chem teacher said the only thing that will hold you back from not doing well is not knowing your gcse syllabus

    so im going to go over gcse syllabus

    topics like atomic structure and most of unit 1 is gcse related
 
 
 
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