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    what resource should I use when revising to get a high grade in Chemistry?
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    both suck use chemguide. Its a website just type it into the search bar.
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    (Original post by alexander7931)
    both suck use chemguide. Its a website just type it into the search bar.
    I was using Chemguide and then my chem teacher told me off for using it.
    she told me to stick to class notes
    Do you find Chemguide helpful?
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    it goes into a little bit too much detail so I suggest using all 3. Theres also a chemistry specification that tells u everything that u have to know at A-Level. Its on the pearson website- thats quite useful.
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    The textbook gives way too much unnecessary information and it doesn’t really help me understand the content either. So I’d say CGP.
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    (Original post by rollerskater123)
    I was using Chemguide and then my chem teacher told me off for using it.
    she told me to stick to class notes
    Do you find Chemguide helpful?
    chemguide is way too broad use chemrevise
 
 
 

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