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    so how are you finding it people.
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    (Original post by sertyuer)
    so how are you finding it people.
    Just for A-levels or in general?

    I persoally liked this. There was no grade in which I have ever regret to take chemistry, not even at A levels. And you?
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    Bruh, I'm failing
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    A little tricky but if you work hard it's fairly straight forward at this stage.
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    (Original post by Samosa and Vada)
    A little tricky but if you work hard it's fairly straight forward at this stage.
    I think that goes for almost subjects. You can achieve good results by working hard as a rule.

    (Original post by iqra2159)
    Bruh, I'm failing
    At A levels or did you have dropped it before?
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    Chemistry is fine, just need to revise knowledge. Been getting mostly A's and B's and in end of topic exams.
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    I do aqa AS
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    (Original post by Kallisto)
    I think that goes for almost subjects. You can achieve good results by working hard as a rule.



    At A levels or did you have dropped it before?
    I'm doing A levels
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    i think i can help I got an A* in the new hemistry new alevel I did this by using the snaprevise , jim clark book and the condensed notes written by dr boes
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    I've been doing okay. I think the hardest thing we've done so far is the Structure and Bonding section, but we just finished Intro to Organic (either that, or we're leaving a tiny bit until Feb).

    I got a U (14/29) on the 1st assessment (amount of substance, minus ideal gas equation and concentration/titrations) due to the unfamiliar format of the exam. I then got an A on the resit (18/20), an A in atomic structure (31/32) and an A in amount of substance part two (33/34). However, I dropped to a C (29/41) in the last test due to a lack of revision of bond formations and some nasty multiple choice
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    (Original post by bookloverlolly)
    I've been doing okay. I think the hardest thing we've done so far is the Structure and Bonding section, but we just finished Intro to Organic (either that, or we're leaving a tiny bit until Feb).

    I got a U (14/29) on the 1st assessment (amount of substance, minus ideal gas equation and concentration/titrations) due to the unfamiliar format of the exam. I then got an A on the resit (18/20), an A in atomic structure (31/32) and an A in amount of substance part two (33/34). However, I dropped to a C (29/41) in the last test due to a lack of revision of bond formations and some nasty multiple choice
    what was that test on?
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    (Original post by pringles321)
    i think i can help I got an A* in the new hemistry new alevel I did this by using the snaprevise , jim clark book and the condensed notes written by dr boes
    Really? I have snaprevise and tbf it's kinda sgit for chemistry.
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    (Original post by TSR69)
    what was that test on?
    Oops, I meant to say it was the Structure and Bonding one. I messed up by not understanding what some questions were asking and whatnot.

    Definitely something I need to catch up on for the mock exams next week
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    To answer your question OP, chemistry does require alot of hard work, after getting a couple of A's in my recent tests, I got C's and B's at the start of year 12 which are terrible, so I altered my revision techniques and instead of focussing on flashcards and notes for class tests,

    I do questions from physicsandmathstutor and A-level chemistry.

    Overall, It's definetely doable,

    Organic chemistry is very easy though, so you won't struggle with that.
 
 
 

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