Chemistry students, how are you enjoying it?

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As the title says, I would like to know how chemistry students (and former) are finding chemistry (or found chemistry) at A-Level?

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Ah it's just wonderful!

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As the title says, I would like to *join how chemistry students (and former) are finding chemistry (or found chemistry) at A-Level?

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Typo: *know, not join.

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Ah it's just wonderful!

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More information please lol

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More information please lol

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I never want to see another titration or ionic equation for the rest of my life. :P
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I never want to see another titration or ionic equation for the rest of my life. :P
Why's that?

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Why's that?

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Titrations are just quite boring and ionic equations never seem to make sense to me no matter how much practise or explanation someone gives me on it haha
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4th year chem student here, what do you want to know? I didn't do A-level though, I did advanced higher
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One of my favourite subjects, although it is probably the hardest as well.
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4th year chem student here, what do you want to know? I didn't do A-level though, I did advanced higher
Hi,
A few questions:
Were the concepts/information difficult to understand?
Alongside the other subjects you did in advanced higher (although I am unfamiliar with this this), did you find it a challenge?
Which other subjects would you say were useful in chemistry? (For instance, maths for calculation perhaps)
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One of my favourite subjects, although it is probably the hardest as well.
Which other subjects did you choose?


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Titrations are just quite boring and ionic equations never seem to make sense to me no matter how much practise or explanation someone gives me on it haha
Yeah, I've heard the same. Are you in your first or second year? (Guessing first)

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Which other subjects did you choose?


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Maths, Bio and Physics.
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We have a love hate relationship.

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We have a love hate relationship.

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It's my favourite subject, despite it being the only one I'm struggling with. So far I'm finding the theory side of things to be interesting and straightforward, though the maths side is killing me! I just can't wrap my head around some of the questions and never know where I'm going wrong
Overall, it's enjoyable.
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Maths, Bio and Physics.
Aside chemistry, I plan on doing economics, maths and politics. Do you think I can cope?

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Yeah, I've heard the same. Are you in your first or second year? (Guessing first)

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Technically. I'm on a gap year after A2s doing AS Chem cause I'm bored :P
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Aside chemistry, I plan on doing economics, maths and politics. Do you think I can cope?

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Of course, although taking 4 subjects isn't really necessary. What do you want to do at uni?
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It's actually my favourite subject but I'm struggling a lot as I'm the only person in my class who hasn't taken maths or stats. Now we're on module 3 I'm finding it a lot easier to understand and grasp because maths just isn't my strong point (i got told I'd cope fine without maths because of my maths GCSE but eh clearly not). I really find it so much more interesting from GCSE though. I love it really.
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