is it possible to learn all of AS level chemistry in a month and get an A or B?????????
- Thread Starter
- 03-04-2016 01:24
- 03-04-2016 09:43
I think it's not possible. You need at least 2 months to cover the whole syllabus( i completed in 3 months) and then a lot of practice to get an A. But if you only have one subject and you are ready to dedicate yourself, you can easily get an A or B. A tip is after covering one topic, do at least 50 MCQs and 20 structured questions, all from past papers.. Good luck :-)
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- 04-04-2016 12:37
It's definitely possible. Work your ass off.
- 04-04-2016 13:04
Yes I agree with alow its definitely possible. Just be prepared to work 8 hours a day learning it. Read it aloud, if you have a whiteboard pretend you are teaching a class and teach what you are learning. Teaching it organises the information more clearly in your mind and helps information retention.Last edited by EvilScientist; 04-04-2016 at 13:06.