AQA GCSE Chemistry Unit 1 19th May 2016 Official Thread

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Lucofthewoods
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Be sure to post predictions and any useful revision advice etc
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6 mark questions ?/ Anyone
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Go through the specification for any topics and key information that the textbooks/your teacher might have missed.
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do you think it would be easy or hard???
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C1 might be harder this year..

The grade boundaries are trending to increase.

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Polymers? Limestone?
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C1 might be harder this year..

The grade boundaries are trending to increase.

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Polymers? Limestone?
I agree with that for 6 marker or maybe Miller-Urey
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I agree with that for 6 marker or maybe Miller-Urey
Yeh i was thinking about the Muller Urey or maybe polymers
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Yeh i was thinking about the Muller Urey or maybe polymers
can someone please help me with Miller-Urey my teacher never taught it us?
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If it was a 6 marker for polymers, I would find that equivocal, like what would you write?
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can someone please help me with Miller-Urey my teacher never taught it us?
Hey Go on youtube and search Miller-Urey and they would explain it to you, it's kinda simple
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If it was a 6 marker for polymers, I would find that equivocal, like what would you write?
That is true Neither would i and what would the question even be ?
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C1 might be harder this year..

The grade boundaries are trending to increase.

6 marks:
Polymers? Limestone?
If it's hard and everyone did sh** then the grade boundaries would go down though. There may be some difficult questions but if the grade boundaries are increasing then they wouldn't make it that hard
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If it's hard and everyone did sh** then the grade boundaries would go down though. There may be some difficult questions but if the grade boundaries are increasing then they wouldn't make it that hard
True...but I meant the two sentences as being separate (not linked!).
(I think) C1 would be harder because it was quite easy this year. But then I said about the grade boundaries going up so that might mean its easy.

There will be some difficult questions I think.
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(Original post by sulaimanali)
True...but I meant the two sentences as being separate (not linked!).
(I think) C1 would be harder because it was quite easy this year. But then I said about the grade boundaries going up so that might mean its easy.

There will be some difficult questions I think.
Oh ok True Last year wad pretty easy tbh
Hopefully it would be easy fingers crossed
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Oh ok True Last year wad pretty easy tbh
Hopefully it would be easy fingers crossed
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I bet electrolysis would be in it
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(Original post by sulaimanali)
C1 might be harder this year..

The grade boundaries are trending to increase.

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Polymers? Limestone?
I was thinking either crude oil or structure of the earth
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I also think looking at the glossary would be useful....my teacher said it will so difficult and last year they asked for things like define a mole, so learning every definition would be useful
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How are you guys revising for science?
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I am doingevery pastpaper,learning the answers off by heart, I have the CGP revision guide which is helpful, literally learning everything off by heart, and defintions in the glossary
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