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AQA GCSE chemistry - do I need to learn reactivity series?

Is the reactivity series given for AQA GCSE Chemistry? Or do I need to learn it?
When I did AQA GCSE Chemistry is was given but since you have the new spec it may have changed. You can simply find out by looking up the 'AQA GCSE Chemistry 2017 data booklet'. That should include everything that will be given to you in the exam.
Original post by S.H.Rahman
When I did AQA GCSE Chemistry is was given but since you have the new spec it may have changed. You can simply find out by looking up the 'AQA GCSE Chemistry 2017 data booklet'. That should include everything that will be given to you in the exam.


Ok thanks
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I think it's given on the data sheet so you don't need to learn it. Link to the data sheet:

http://filestore.aqa.org.uk/subjects/AQA-CHEMISTRY-DATA-SHEET.PDF
Original post by jmushtaq
I think it's given on the data sheet so you don't need to learn it. Link to the data sheet:

http://filestore.aqa.org.uk/subjects/AQA-CHEMISTRY-DATA-SHEET.PDF


I think that is for the old spec as the only one I can find is only the periodic table....however in the spec it doesn’t specifically say you need to learn it - just to recall some reactions....thanks anyway
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I think that is for the old spec as the only one I can find is only the periodic table....however in the spec it doesn’t specifically say you need to learn it - just to recall some reactions....thanks anyway


Yh, just looked at the page for your chemistry spec and all I saw was just a periodic table on the insert but I'd double check with you teacher anyways. Good luck on your exams or even any mocks if u haven't sat them yet!
Yea you have to learn it, and I just realised I am 6 years late lol..
Original post by Smartmohmaedx
Yea you have to learn it, and I just realised I am 6 years late lol..

Don't worry this information is still correct!
So technically you did still help!

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