OCR A CHEMISTRY 2017 *last minute* ORGANIC & SYNOPTIC REVISION

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Going to keep this short and simple, this thread is for the ORGANIC and SYNOPTIC papers coming up on the 19th June 2017 & 27th June 2017.

Please post revision sources, model answers, hard exam questions, any useful key tips for organic and even inorganic which may come up on the 3rd synoptic paper. Also short practical 'PAGs' model answers as there wasn't many in the 1st inorganic paper, so safe to assume they left practicals for the ORGANIC and SYNOPTIC papers, mainly synoptic I assume.

We will get A*'s together!

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Going to keep this short and simple, this thread is for the ORGANIC and SYNOPTIC papers coming up on the 19th June 2017 & 27th June 2017.

Please post revision sources, model answers, hard exam questions, any useful key tips for organic and even inorganic which may come up on the 3rd synoptic paper. Also short practical 'PAGs' model answers as there wasn't many in the 1st inorganic paper, so safe to assume they left practicals for the ORGANIC and SYNOPTIC papers, mainly synoptic I assume.

We will get A*'s together!

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My boy Zeesh making movements, running his own thread these times. In it together bro, time to lock arf the A*s
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My boy Zeesh making movements, running his own thread these times. In it together bro, time to lock arf the A*s
LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL you're acc too much lmaaooo.
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LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL you're acc too much lmaaooo.
Staying in the deen will be too much on results day when we get our A*s and girls are begging for some A* ding dong
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Here is a super useful document about practical chemistry. Not entirely organic but everything in it could come up on paper 2 and 3 seeing as there was barely any practical on paper 1.
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If anyone needs the snap revise notes for chemistry or biology email me. Hopefully they'll help for organic

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Staying in the deen will be too much on results day when we get our A*s and girls are begging for some A* ding dong
LOOOOOOOOL im creasing. weaaaaak asf. :p:p
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Physics and maths tutor has really good short notes on organic chemistry. http://www.physicsandmathstutor.com/...cr-a/module-6/ I would recommend if you read over the notes prepared on the left, and then attempt the sample questions by topic on the right hand side. Most of time you may have a few incorrect ones at the start, but upon looking over the markscheme you start to learn how they award marks so the rest of the 'paper' seems easier. Helps to master specific topics.
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Here is a super useful document about practical chemistry. Not entirely organic but everything in it could come up on paper 2 and 3 seeing as there was barely any practical on paper 1.
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If anyone needs the snap revise notes for chemistry or biology email me. Hopefully they'll help for organic

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Physics and maths tutor has really good short notes on organic chemistry. http://www.physicsandmathstutor.com/...cr-a/module-6/ I would recommend if you read over the notes prepared on the left, and then attempt the sample questions by topic on the right hand side. Most of time you may have a few incorrect ones at the start, but upon looking over the markscheme you start to learn how they award marks so the rest of the 'paper' seems easier. Helps to master specific topics.
Where have you been all my life G? I've been doing this throughout the year 😂 Wallahi this is fate

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*SINCE MOST OF US GO TO DIFFERENT SCHOOLS* i would recommend students to post their schools notes, so that we can collaborate notes together and produce a super useful last minute revision guide. If everyone is able to share their notes we can all benefit from it, and different schools will have different methods to approaching questions so if we manage to learn the different approaches to questions especially for chemistry since its very theory based then we can adopt our application to questions.
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Where have you been all my life G? I've been doing this throughout the year 😂 Wallahi this is fate
LOOOOOL we're literally the same person fam, and we only just met like 20 mins ago lmaaaaaaaaaaaooooooo. And we both don't even use TSR it's just fate we decided to start using it today haha.
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LOOOOOL we're literally the same person fam, and we only just met like 20 mins ago lmaaaaaaaaaaaooooooo. And we both don't even use TSR it's just fate we decided to start using it today haha.
Next level mad ting bro, idk how this happened but we're getting A*s together now loooooool
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Here is a super useful document about practical chemistry. Not entirely organic but everything in it could come up on paper 2 and 3 seeing as there was barely any practical on paper 1.
This is so helpful thank you
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snaprevise is soooooo useful, i wish i had access to it! oh well, if you've given it to too many people that's fine leave it haha.
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snaprevise is soooooo useful, i wish i had access to it! oh well, if you've given it to too many people that's fine leave it haha.
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Just in case some people haven't seen the clarifications made by ocr these may be quite useful. These are only the organic ones but there is a good chance they might turn up on the paper.
We are pleased to clarify what we consider to be the correct approaches to these topics. Aliphatic and alicyclic The descriptions used in the specification make clear that the category of aliphatic compounds includes the alicyclic compounds. That is, aliphatic compounds can be straight-chain, branched-chain or cyclic (non-aromatic). Alicyclic compounds are therefore also aliphatic.
E/Z and cis–trans nomenclature E/Z nomenclature, applied using the Cahn–Ingold–Prelog priority rules, can be used to name any organic compound containing a C=C double bond. Cis–trans nomenclature can be applied to any such compounds in which two of the substituent groups (one on each carbon atom of the C=C group) are the same. This nomenclature is therefore not confined to compounds where each carbon atom of the C=C group is bound to a hydrogen atom. This means that E is not consistently equivalent to trans and Z to cis. For example, 1-bromo-1,2-dichloro-2-fluoroethene can be classified as cis or trans based on the position of the substituent chlorine atoms. Due to the priority rules, the cis isomer is also the E isomer. E/Z nomenclature should be used by preference for systematic names.
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If anyone needs the snap revise notes for chemistry or biology email me. Hopefully they'll help for organic

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Emailed you ! notes would be a great help - access to snaprevise??
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