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    Thread for the OCR A syllabus. Chemistry Units 4, 5 and 6.

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    It's F324 not F314 :P
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    (Original post by bakedbeans247)
    It's F324 not F314 :P
    Sorry, I did notice this mistake but I couldn't work out how to change the thread title.
    Figured it out now. Thanks!
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    *IMPORTANT*Hi everyone! I'm actually in my first year of university now but thought I would post all of my resources from my A levels last year. There are 1000s of resources including notes, practice questions and answers etc. for A2 Biology, Chemistry and Maths. There were far too many to upload them individually so I uploaded them to a google drive so if you follow the link below it will take you to them! I found TSR so helpful when I was doing my A Levels and found other peoples notes to be useful so I thought I would reciprocate the favour and upload mine! They aren't exam board specific so I hope they're helpful (although I did do OCR-Bio, Edexcel- Chem and Maths).Enjoy!https://drive.google.com/folderview?...28&usp=sharing
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    (Original post by MeeraP07)
    *IMPORTANT*Hi everyone! I'm actually in my first year of university now but thought I would post all of my resources from my A levels last year. There are 1000s of resources including notes, practice questions and answers etc. for A2 Biology, Chemistry and Maths. There were far too many to upload them individually so I uploaded them to a google drive so if you follow the link below it will take you to them! I found TSR so helpful when I was doing my A Levels and found other peoples notes to be useful so I thought I would reciprocate the favour and upload mine! They aren't exam board specific so I hope they're helpful (although I did do OCR-Bio, Edexcel- Chem and Maths).Enjoy!https://drive.google.com/folderview?...28&usp=sharing
    Thanks! What did you find the most helpful? What did you do on the run up to exams?
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    (Original post by micaela_m)
    Thanks! What did you find the most helpful? What did you do on the run up to exams?
    I mostly did past papers in the run up to the exams so I find doing practice questions the best method of revision. Doesnt have to be questions from your exam board only- you can use other exam boards as long as you know what you need to cover and dont.
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    (Original post by MeeraP07)
    *IMPORTANT*Hi everyone! I'm actually in my first year of university now but thought I would post all of my resources from my A levels last year. There are 1000s of resources including notes, practice questions and answers etc. for A2 Biology, Chemistry and Maths. There were far too many to upload them individually so I uploaded them to a google drive so if you follow the link below it will take you to them! I found TSR so helpful when I was doing my A Levels and found other peoples notes to be useful so I thought I would reciprocate the favour and upload mine! They aren't exam board specific so I hope they're helpful (although I did do OCR-Bio, Edexcel- Chem and Maths).Enjoy!https://drive.google.com/folderview?...28&usp=sharing
    You are truly a life saver!!! Thanks soo much
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    (Original post by micaela_m)
    Thread for the OCR A syllabus. Chemistry module 4.

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    We're doing coursework atm, wbu?
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    (Original post by mil88)
    We're doing coursework atm, wbu?
    We've finished the coursework, we're in module 3 of Unit 5 just started on ligands. Hopefully we'll be done soon, I want to go back to electrochemistry and constants because we didn't spend too much time on it and I feel like I need more practice. How are you finding the coursework?
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    (Original post by micaela_m)
    We've finished the coursework, we're in module 3 of Unit 5 just started on ligands. Hopefully we'll be done soon, I want to go back to electrochemistry and constants because we didn't spend too much time on it and I feel like I need more practice. How are you finding the coursework?
    Yeah not bad, I've got quant on rates this week.... (any tips?)

    We've finished course though
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    (Original post by mil88)
    Yeah not bad, I've got quant on rates this week.... (any tips?)

    We've finished course though
    We did that piece. As far as I can remember just be careful with the units look at them and make sure what they're asking for kJ or J etc. Apart from that it's quite straight forward. Good luck!
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    has anyone done f326 quant on titrations? would appreciate help (pm me)
    thanks
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    Anyone aiming for the A* in Chemistry?


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    (Original post by cosmicapple)
    Anyone aiming for the A* in Chemistry?


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    im aiming for an A idk how imgonna get it, chem is soo tough


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    I know this may be unrelated to this module for OCR (I'm Edexcel), but I had a question that I could not find the answer to and was wondering if anyone could help.

    In chromium (II) ethanoate is the ethanoate ion a monodentate or bidentate ligand?
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    (Original post by DesignPredator)
    I know this may be unrelated to this module for OCR (I'm Edexcel), but I had a question that I could not find the answer to and was wondering if anyone could help.

    In chromium (II) ethanoate is the ethanoate ion a monodentate or bidentate ligand?
    The ethanoate ion is always monodentate as it has 1 lone pair so can form only 1 dative bond.
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    (Original post by ReeceM1)
    The ethanoate ion is always monodentate as it has 1 lone pair so can form only 1 dative bond.
    But one ion form two bonds with two transition metal ions. Look up the structure.
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    Hi, I'm on OCR A Chemistry! I need an A for uni, but I'm aiming for an A* We did last year's paper as a mock and it was extremely difficult, luckily grade boundaries were relatively low for an A..
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    (Original post by ToLiveInADream)
    Hi, I'm on OCR A Chemistry! I need an A for uni, but I'm aiming for an A* We did last year's paper as a mock and it was extremely difficult, luckily grade boundaries were relatively low for an A..
    was that f324 or f325?
 
 
 
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