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    I believe something can only be too difficult if you don't do the work.
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    If you enjoyed it at GCSE then you shouldn't worry too much about A level. If you work well and listen in class then there should be no problem. I really have no idea why people moan about Chemistry so much, I found it ok.
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    I loved Chemistry in Gr.11 and I loved it even more at A'Levels. I found it to be easy, and so did most of my friends, even if they didn't enjoy the subject too much (or at all ). Just make sure you understand every concept well, right from the beginning. It'll make things easier when you progress further with the subject.

    A very useful website is (specially if your teacher isn't very reliable ): www.chemguide.co.uk. This site is specially for A'Level Chemistry and it covers all topics required in AS and A2 (except any calculations), irrespective of the exam board.

    Also, when you'll be doing your practicals, concentrate on whatever you're doing and try to understand why what is happening. It'll make the practicals more fun and increase your understanding of Chemistry.
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    Well, I worked very hard in Chemistry this year, and due to bad teaching for half of the course, I didn't do very well at all. Then there was the fact that the exams were just plain awful this year, hence my entire class coming out with Ds, Es and Us this year (which has, as far as I'm aware, never happened before). I was prediced an A too:rolleyes:

    Anyways, as long as you work hard, ask when stuck, and have teachers who know how to explain stuff for the AQA syllabus well, then you should be fine!
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    i got AA at gcse science and came out with a U in chemsitry-as did half of my class

    its all down to hard work
    and practice calculations etc in chemistry
 
 
 

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