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    Can someone please tell me how to revise chemistry??
    It was my top subject at GCSE so I never really needed to properly revise but now I'm 6months into my AS course and I'm getting D's and E's. I make revision notes and do past paper questions but nothing seems to be going in. I would make flashcards but I've heard they aren't good for chemistry revision, can anyone help?
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    Can someone please tell me how to revise chemistry??
    It was my top subject at GCSE so I never really needed to properly revise but now I'm 6months into my AS course and I'm getting D's and E's. I make revision notes and do past paper questions but nothing seems to be going in. I would make flashcards but I've heard they aren't good for chemistry revision, can anyone help?
    Try Dr Boes flash notes an then just hammer past papers , workbooks and mark schemes.

    Id where you lose marks and then strengthen plus remember next time.

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_sb...yy+flash+notes
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    omg I feel you! I’m in the same boat rn and have a chem exam on Tuesday :// It’s so tough, isn’t it?? So far I’ve found MaChemGuy on YouTube to be quite useful in explaining things but even after his videos I still don’t really understand Equilibrium!! Flash cards are really good for definitions I’ve found. I’d say keep doing past paper questions - they’ll help in the long run (that’s what I’m hoping anyway heh)
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