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    Hi, let me start by saying at GCSE i loved chemistry (not as much as biology) and always got As or Bs. Since i've started college i've found it incredibly hard to be interested or enthusiatic which is causing me to basically not understand anything. I am literally incapable of understanding the majority of it and answering exam questions because i just can't apply. So please if anyone can give me tips on how to learn things and revise that would be great. I want to get at least a B and at most a C.
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    You can find plenty of online videos on youtube for chemistry. I think it's all about getting knowledge from different sources such as your specification-endorsed textbook, CGP textbooks, online videos etc etc.
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    I've been thinking about watching videos actually, I also just got a tutor. But thanks i'll defo look at videos
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