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I need a chemistry textbook nd can u guys recommend any good chemistry textbook with full explanation?

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I need a chemistry textbook nd can u guys recommend any good chemistry textbook with full explanation?

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9781847627926 for A2, they have books for other exam boards too
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Which board? If Edexcel, I'd recommend George Facers' A2 Chemistry Book. That's very helpful and has very good explanations.

https://www.amazon.com/Chemistry-Ede...mistry+Edexcel
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Cambridge International AS and A Level Chemistry Coursebook by Lawrie Ryan and Roger Norris (Second Edition) (its the latest edition ) and it has a blue cover.
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Also let me know about you're board..if it is edexcel I'll ask my friend..she is doing chemistry edexcel.
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Which board? If Edexcel, I'd recommend George Facers' A2 Chemistry Book. That's very helpful and has very good explanations.

https://www.amazon.com/Chemistry-Ede...mistry+Edexcel

Thank you so much! I think i'll take International A-level but are there big differences between Edexcel and International A-level like syllabus or difficulty?
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Cambridge International AS and A Level Chemistry Coursebook by Lawrie Ryan and Roger Norris (Second Edition) (its the latest edition ) and it has a blue cover.

Thank you loads. very nice of u !!
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I need a chemistry textbook nd can u guys recommend any good chemistry textbook with full explanation?

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hello , I recommend edexcel AS chemistry and A2 Chemistry student book from Amazon or Ebay by Ann Fullick Bob Mcduell . it comes with two exams at the back , also active book. its easy to follow



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Also let me know about you're board..if it is edexcel I'll ask my friend..she is doing chemistry edexcel.
Um cos I'm gonna do A-level on my own, I didn't decide which board i would take. But could u ask your friend about chem textbook pls? thank u sooo much !
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The main difference in cie chemistry and edexcel chemistry is that cie chemisty has practical which is tough atleast for me it was...and in edexcel chemistry there is alternative to practical instead of practical..that makes edexcel chem a bit easier then cie chem.
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Thank you so much! I think i'll take International A-level but are there big differences between Edexcel and International A-level like syllabus or difficulty?
I've done Edexcel International A Level myself. I'm just waiting for my results now. There's no difference in the difficulty level nor the syllabus. They're the same.
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Calculations in AS/A Level Chemistry by Jim Clark helped me. Also use youtube as i cannot stress it enough for how useful it is!!
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Calculations in AS/A Level Chemistry by Jim Clark helped me. Also use youtube as i cannot stress it enough for how useful it is!!
thanks a lot xx
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(Original post by Sidra Manzur)
The main difference in cie chemistry and edexcel chemistry is that cie chemisty has practical which is tough atleast for me it was...and in edexcel chemistry there is alternative to practical instead of practical..that makes edexcel chem a bit easier then cie chem.
thank u for one of the most useful information. This is rly helpful
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Bath Advanced Chemistry would be a good choice.
The Physics one is great and explains everything.

If you can track it down for a good price that is.
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