Although my knowledge of Chemistry is fairly expansive, I often struggle conducting practical work, often leaving it to less able students who approach experiments in the correct manner. I, however, often hesitate; I'm worried I might make a mistake or something. I am often pressurised and belittled by my peers because it's stupid how bad my practical skills are. I just prefer doing Chemistry exams. Any advice as to how I can overcome my inability to do practicals?
P.S. How much of the A-level course is practical work?
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Want to do A-level Chemistry but absolutely shite when it comes to practical work watch
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Last edited by Jamie Vardy; 02-03-2016 at 20:59.
- 02-03-2016 20:57
- 02-03-2016 20:59
We do it in pairs, so sometimes I let the other do it all.
A good piece of advice is watch youtube vids of practicals day before the practicals, and you get given instructions so read those and work in steps