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    Just did that mock exam it's pretty tough.
    PLeeeaseeeee!!! HELP ME!!!
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    (Original post by byakuya99)
    PLeeeaseeeee!!! HELP ME!!!
    I cant help you, that would be illegal and get me and you both banned permanently from TSR. Feels sort of cruel since I have the mock paper in front of me now .
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    (Original post by Kadak)
    I cant help you, that would be illegal and get me and you both banned permanently from TSR. Feels sort of cruel since I have the mock paper in front of me now .
    Not answers just advice on topics PLEASE!!!
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    (Original post by zhang-liao)
    Past papers, past papers and even more past papers

    Try hitting A's and understand where you go wrong in each and every question and what they expect from you Looks at examiner reports as well since they provide you examiner tips which help you

    I'm currently on Edexcel too What exactly are you struggling with?

    I'd recommend using Chemrevise and the fat blue Edexcel textbook and the CGP for extra additional help
    I guess I'm struggling to connect stuff I've learnt with the questions that I get in tests so I should probs do lots of past papers to deal with that. We have our controlled assessment soon :\

    Yeah I use the big fat textbook and the CGP I'll have a look at Chemrevise thanks
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    (Original post by ergo30)
    I guess I'm struggling to connect stuff I've learnt with the questions that I get in tests so I should probs do lots of past papers to deal with that. We have our controlled assessment soon :\

    Yeah I use the big fat textbook and the CGP I'll have a look at Chemrevise thanks
    :hugs: Past papers will defintely help you understand where you go wrong and what steps you can take steps to improve your grades

    You're welcome
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    Hi does anyone here have the Biology aqa as paper that was sat in 2014 may/june time? Need some advice how to answer some of the questions
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    (Original post by zara1234567)
    Hi does anyone here have the Biology aqa as paper that was sat in 2014 may/june time? Need some advice how to answer some of the questions
    If it ain't on the AQA Filestore, we can't discuss it here.
    As a side note, if you want advice on Biology, I'​d ask on a Biology forum...
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    I have my mock today! (salters)
    I'm sure I'll have a tonne of questions come next week :/
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    (Original post by Kadak)
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    Got a U in my recent mock and we did the 2014 paper. Need help with how much AS chemistry revision I should do everyday in order to get an A.I'm also getting confused by nomenclature and isomers, can anyone help me with this?
    Give me a message with some specific question if you want, I'm an a2 chem student


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    (Original post by Hayley Williams)
    Give me a message with some specific question if you want, I'm an a2 chem student


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    Do you know any good websites that are organic chemistry heavy ?
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    (Original post by Kadak)
    Do you know any good websites that are organic chemistry heavy ?
    I don't have a website as they are very unreliable for organic chemistry but the OCR a2 textbook is the bomb! It displays the organic reaction very simply and it has an amazing organic reaction flow chart, which is life changing!


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    (Original post by haemo)
    Anyone else love organic chemistry?

    We're doing nitriles, carboxylic acids, amines, ketones, alcohols and aldehydes which are amazing once you learn and understand alkanes, alkenes and haloalkanes.
    I do it the branch of chemistry I love and I can't wait to study it further at degree level


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    Anyone doing the chemistry Olympiad
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    (Original post by Super199)
    Anyone doing the chemistry Olympiad
    Yep I am, I think a few of us here are doing that
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    (Original post by haemo)
    Anyone else love organic chemistry?

    We're doing nitriles, carboxylic acids, amines, ketones, alcohols and aldehydes which are amazing once you learn and understand alkanes, alkenes and haloalkanes.
    I haven't much so far for Organic Chemistry (except Halogenoalkanes, Alkanes and Alkenes in Unit 1) but I'm really interested though. Can't wait for Unit 2 Organics :lol:

    I'm on Edexcel btw
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    Hi everyone! could someone please help me ... In energetics when working out the enthalpy of neutralisation, how do you work it out when the concentrations for the acid and alkali are different? Thanks I'd appreciate any help
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    Right can someone help me out. Fairly simple but I can't remember how it is done.

    Let's say you have 1-chloropropane the molecular formula or whatever it is called is
    CH3CH2CH2Cl

    How do you write it for 2-chloropropane?

    Is it CH3CHClCH2
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    (Original post by Super199)
    Right can someone help me out. Fairly simple but I can't remember how it is done.

    Let's say you have 1-chloropropane the molecular formula or whatever it is called is
    CH3CH2CH2Cl

    How do you write it for 2-chloropropane?

    Is it CH3CHClCH2
    CH3 (the end bit), CHCl (the middle) and then CH3 (the other end bit)

    So it'd be CH3CHClCH3
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    (Original post by zhang-liao)
    CH3 (the end bit), CHCl (the middle) and then CH3 (the other end bit)

    So it'd be CH3CHClCH3
    Yh got it cheers, have you done free radical substitution by any chance?
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    (Original post by Super199)
    Yh got it cheers, have you done free radical substitution by any chance?
    Yep, in Unit 1
 
 
 
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