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    I'm starting a course in BSc Chemistry at the University of Reading in September 2016. I will have been out of education for a little while when I start, and am worrying that I have a lot of catching up to do! I'm gonna be surrounded by 18 year olds who are fresh out of their A levels, and would hate to be at a disadvantage.

    How should I best catch up, what sort of topics should I focus on; should I just go over the entire A level syllabus?
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    (Original post by Amethyst44)
    I'm starting a course in BSc Chemistry at the University of Reading in September 2016. I will have been out of education for a little while when I start, and am worrying that I have a lot of catching up to do! I'm gonna be surrounded by 18 year olds who are fresh out of their A levels, and would hate to be at a disadvantage.

    How should I best catch up, what sort of topics should I focus on; should I just go over the entire A level syllabus?
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyl...zNapzmKAn-fJgQ
    use this guy
 
 
 
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