A-level Chemistry Blog: E to an A in year 13

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    I have decided to start a blog to motive myself to try and pick myself up and aim to overcome my under achievement.

    How I plan to get an A:
    - Devote 1 free to AS chemistry
    - Devote 2 hours a day for chemistry 3-5pm
    - Notes/Past paper which i will post on this blog
    - constantly on it tbh (ahead of work)

    Year 13 Content:

    Module 5; section 1 - Rate, Equilibrium and pH
    Module 5: Section 2 - Energy
    Module 5: Section 3 - Transition Elements

    Module 6; Section 1 - Aromatic Compounds and Carbonyls
    Module 6: Section 2 - Nitrogen compounds, Polymers and synthesis
    Module 6: Section 3 - Analysis

    PLEASE IF YOU HAVE ANY ADVICE PLEASE DON'T HESITATE TO POST BELOW !
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    Good luck you can do it!!!

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    Good Luck! I'm sure you'll get there
    I'm trying to get an A in Chem this year too.
    Which other subjects are you doing?
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    (Original post by alldaydreaming)
    Good Luck! I'm sure you'll get there
    I'm trying to get an A in Chem this year too.
    Which other subjects are you doing?
    Thankk you, hope so!
    I do biology, chemistry and philosophy with ethics
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    Make sure you pay good attention to the mark scheme! That's what helped me in the past to bump my grades. All the best!
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    (Original post by Iamflorence)
    I have decided to start a blog to motive myself to try and pick myself up and aim to overcome my under achievement.

    How I plan to get an A:
    - Devote 1 free to AS chemistry
    - Devote 2 hours a day for chemistry 3-5pm
    - Notes/Past paper which i will post on this blog
    - constantly on it tbh (ahead of work)

    Year 13 Content:

    Module 5; section 1 - Rate, Equilibrium and pH
    Module 5: Section 2 - Energy
    Module 5: Section 3 - Transition Elements

    Module 6; Section 1 - Aromatic Compounds and Carbonyls
    Module 6: Section 2 - Nitrogen compounds, Polymers and synthesis
    Module 6: Section 3 - Analysis
    I wish you the very best of luck in your endeavour! I'm sure you will suceed as others have said pay particular attention to the mark schemes and get lots of practice and I'm confident you can do well! :yep:

    Oh; and never underestimate the importance of learning the definitions; easy marks easily lost
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    does dalton, democritus, jj thomson and rutherford ever come up in the exam?
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    (Original post by Jkoo22)
    does dalton, democritus, jj thomson and rutherford ever come up in the exam?
    Not usually I've never seen it but u never know what they can do seriously .

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    I'm doing Chemistry for GCSEs, any advice?

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    (Original post by sweetstars)
    I'm doing Chemistry for GCSEs, any advice?

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    Do a few past papers before the exams to check you know everything well enough.
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    UPDATE:
    So this s not really working out but i going try.
    In my November mock,

    i got a B 40/53
 
 
 
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