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    can you get an A with chem-revise notes??
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    I used chem revise for my AS chemistry exam and got a C , it took far to long to revise using it and it was abit of a waste of time , as by the time id finished the content id have forgotten things , you should stick to your textbook or a CGP revision guide , alot of people think the cgp revision guides suck , but for efficient and concise revision you should use that , i used the CGP revision guide and did tons of past papers and got an A* in my AS mock and a A in my A2 mock. To get the top grades you need to UNDERSTAND the content and the CGP revision guides help you do that , as understanding the content will help you answer the harder questions you havent done before , hope this helps! , to answer your question , you probably can but its not the best way to approach achieving an A.
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