i didn't do my GCSE in chemistry would it be a good idea to take it for a level if i had a tutor for it as well or would i be too behind and fail the subject.... keep in mind i am very behind i haven't done much but I'm willing to put my all into it.
You should be fine if you work hard and do papers etc.
I couldn't even remember GCSE chemistry when I started A level chemistry
sorry for so many questions super nervous about a level... but i guess as i haven't done chemistry for nearly 2 years i would be quite bad at it but will i be given the chance to excel in it if i study super hard before school starts? and also any books you recommend to get me super prepared for it! sorry again ahaha
yes you will struggle no way around that (just life).
if you study super hard then you will catch up and succeed.
actually, GCSE chemistry is easy and most of it is irrelevant because it is all lies, so I wouldn't make much of a fuss about that because you will learn the relevant content at alevel.
so it's all very possible, just ensure you work hard and STAY ON TOP OF WORK. You should also mention to your teacher that you didn't do GCSE.
Books? it depends on your exam board: I only revise use the textbook, everything else is online.
A good online website for chemistry is called "chemguide"
I think it's harsh to call what you learn lies, but a lot is "dulled down" to make it teachable. The models used work perfectly well for A-level but breakdown in certain situations.