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    I have a chemistry paper in one week but I have hardly revised. can I get a c with one week of revision
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    Is it AQA Chemistry Unit 1? If you put your mind to it, you can do it the biggest factor is that there's still a weekend between now and then, so there's a solid two days where you can revise for it. If it is AQA C1, then it's a big unit but the same questions come up over and over again (particularly on emulsions, conditions needed for hardening, and how earthquakes occur - even the same couple of six mark questions come up repeatedly), so if you learn how to answer the past paper questions, you'll likely feel like you're just doing another past paper in the exam.
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    (Original post by johnsmith158516)
    I have a chemistry paper in one week but I have hardly revised. can I get a c with one week of revision
    If you put all your effort in starting now, you could easily get an A (if you're doing the higher)
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    (Original post by CaptErin)
    Is it AQA Chemistry Unit 1? If you put your mind to it, you can do it the biggest factor is that there's still a weekend between now and then, so there's a solid two days where you can revise for it. If it is AQA C1, then it's a big unit but the same questions come up over and over again (particularly on emulsions, conditions needed for hardening, and how earthquakes occur - even the same couple of six mark questions come up repeatedly), so if you learn how to answer the past paper questions, you'll likely feel like you're just doing another past paper in the exam.
    Im doing edexcel unit c1
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    (Original post by luciie)
    If you put all your effort in starting now, you could easily get an A (if you're doing the higher)
    Chemistry is not really my strong point
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    (Original post by CaptErin)
    Is it AQA Chemistry Unit 1? If you put your mind to it, you can do it the biggest factor is that there's still a weekend between now and then, so there's a solid two days where you can revise for it. If it is AQA C1, then it's a big unit but the same questions come up over and over again (particularly on emulsions, conditions needed for hardening, and how earthquakes occur - even the same couple of six mark questions come up repeatedly), so if you learn how to answer the past paper questions, you'll likely feel like you're just doing another past paper in the exam.
    How many hours shall I revise in the weekend
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    (Original post by johnsmith158516)
    How many hours shall I revise in the weekend
    As many as you can, with regular breaks if you don't have any other exams next week then I would devote all your time to the C1 exam until it's out the way
 
 
 
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