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    What are my chances of pulling a C without doing any calculations? I'm so bad at calculations I don't think I'll get any of them correct, just wondering how good of a grade I'll get if none are correct.
    Obviously I'll do them all but I'm never successful at them :/
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    You get marks carried forward if you get the wrong value but the method is correct. However, a lot of chemistry is based on maths so to get the grade you want could be risky without knowing how to carry out the calculation...

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    (Original post by Adores)
    What are my chances of pulling a C without doing any calculations? I'm so bad at calculations I don't think I'll get any of them correct, just wondering how good of a grade I'll get if none are correct.
    Obviously I'll do them all but I'm never successful at them :/
    Use every bit of info they give you. Even if you don't know how to do a question completely you can still get marks of individual pieces of info. So if they give you a formula, show that you've worked out the RFM. If they give you a mass, show you've worked out moles. If they give a concentration and volume, show you've worked out moles. etc. etc
 
 
 
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