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    Here attached are the topics left and revision priorities
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    (Original post by bobwibbles)
    Here attached are the topics left and revision priorities
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    Whatever you do, don't leave it for later do as much as you can everyday.
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    And yeh doing as much as possible every day would be nice..
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    And yeh doing as much as possible every day would be nice..
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    for electrode cells and potentials, there is 4 booklets of exam qs on a level chemistry, i never understood it before i did these booklets, now its one of my best topics, you could probably do this in less than a day. The same goes for thermodynamics, do a few AS energetics questions before you do thermodynamics then do booklets of questions on them, then everything should be fine. Then the only hard part would be is remembering all of the definitions. As for the rest of the topics of priority in chem, i don't understand them either apart form the AS parts
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    (Original post by riyadhussain123)
    for electrode cells and potentials, there is 4 booklets of exam qs on a level chemistry, i never understood it before i did these booklets, now its one of my best topics, you could probably do this in less than a day. The same goes for thermodynamics, do a few AS energetics questions before you do thermodynamics then do booklets of questions on them, then everything should be fine. Then the only hard part would be is remembering all of the definitions. As for the rest of the topics of priority in chem, i don't understand them either apart form the AS parts
    here's the link to electrochemistry http://www.a-levelchemistry.co.uk/to...chemistry.html
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    (Original post by MajorFader)
    What's your third subject?
    Maths, I am not so worried for that in terms of content wise, im hoping with alot of practice all should hopefully go well... he says,
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    here's the link to electrochemistry http://www.a-levelchemistry.co.uk/to...chemistry.html
    I will definitely come round to doing that the booklets of questions are very helpful from that site I have been using them recently, really quite good.
 
 
 
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