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    hi guys, is it possible to self-teach an chemistry A level with a tutor in 4 months? i dont mind the grade, just need a pass to get the certificate.
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    Probably, but you'd need to work hard at it. Like 24/7.
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    Whole of A-Level syllabus?

    possibly. you'll obviously need to start now and work your ass off.
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    Probably, but you'd need to work hard at it. Like 24/7.
    im doing like 8-10 hours per day, but as i said, i dont need grades, just a grade that will give me an pass
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    Whole of A-Level syllabus?

    possibly. you'll obviously need to start now and work your ass off.
    yes, whole chem syllabus, i started already, doing 8-10 hours per day
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    (Original post by Vinicius Noe)
    im doing like 8-10 hours per day, but as i said, i dont need grades, just a grade that will give me an pass
    If you just need a grade that will give you a pass (which is technically like an E) you should be able to do it! Good luck )
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    (Original post by Vinicius Noe)
    yes, whole chem syllabus, i started already, doing 8-10 hours per day
    cool, be persistent and you'll be fine
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    Have you thought about the practical side of the course? That could be a bit tricky to do at home...I suppose you could find an agency somewhere that does it though.
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    Have you thought about the practical side of the course? That could be a bit tricky to do at home...I suppose you could find an agency somewhere that does it though.
    not doing practical, i asked the exams officer, he said i could do the exams and still get a pass, without the practicals, of course, i know my chances of scoring more marks would be with practical, but if it doenst interfere in my certificate, i dont mind
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    (Original post by LilN)
    If you just need a grade that will give you a pass (which is technically like an E) you should be able to do it! Good luck )
    thank you ))
 
 
 

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