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    My problem in chemistry is that is study the notes of my teacher very well.
    But when i get to the test i feel as i don't know this questions and i can't answer it.
    I feel it so tricky.
    So if anybody have experienced my problem please tell me and tell me how he solved it.
    I want a solution please because i got F in my first monthly exam
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    (Original post by Devanno)
    My problem in chemistry is that is study the notes of my teacher very well.
    But when i get to the test i feel as i don't know this questions and i can't answer it.
    I feel it so tricky.
    So if anybody have experienced my problem please tell me and tell me how he solved it.
    I want a solution please because i got F in my first monthly exam
    Are you talking about GCSE or A-Level?
    I presume you mean GCSE.

    Look at the specification and work out exactly what they can ask you - make model answers for the ones you can, and think about the sorts of questions you'll be asked, and how you'll answer them :fluffy:
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    read. understand. memorize. vomit.
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    (Original post by Devanno)
    My problem in chemistry is that is study the notes of my teacher very well.
    But when i get to the test i feel as i don't know this questions and i can't answer it.
    I feel it so tricky.
    So if anybody have experienced my problem please tell me and tell me how he solved it.
    I want a solution please because i got F in my first monthly exam
    I had the EXACT same problem.
    The only way I solved it was, whenever I learnt something, I WROTE IT DOWN.
    Trust me, try that and you'll see.
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    (Original post by FluffyCherry)
    I had the EXACT same problem.
    The only way I solved it was, whenever I learnt something, I WROTEITDOWN.
    Trust me, try that and you'll see.
    Can you explain to me more please?
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    (Original post by Devanno)
    Can you explain to me more please?
    Like for instance, if I'm learning about the reaction of alkenes (AS level), I don't just read it and understand it, I get a piece of paper and try to write the reactions down without seeing it. Then, I compare what I wrote down to what was written on the book and see if I made any mistakes. I keep doing that until I get my reactions right.

    You could also memorise your stuff by writing it down on a small whiteboard. I find that more fun to study!
 
 
 
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