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    how do you study for a-level chemistry to get the top grades?
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    I've moved this to the Chemistry forum for you - hopefully someone here will be able to help
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    Don't allow a topic to go by without understanding it - ask questions if you don't get it. Some topics will be the foundation knowledge of more topics later in your syllabus.

    Practice as many past papers as you can.

    Revise from now if not sooner.

    I'm sure others will have good tips too.
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    (Original post by TutorsChemistry)
    Don't allow a topic to go by without understanding it - ask questions if you don't get it. Some topics will be the foundation knowledge of more topics later in your syllabus.

    Practice as many past papers as you can.

    Revise from now if not sooner.

    I'm sure others will have good tips too.
    ^(That's very good advice)^

    Just gotta practice again and again with past papers/ questions.

    Remember that revision for A-levels never starts, just do little and often and you'll be fine.

    Hope that helps!
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