Best way to revise for a chemistry test
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- 02-03-2018 17:41
- 02-03-2018 17:43
What part of chemistry and at what level?
- 07-03-2018 12:21
* this way you can memorise model answers to questions that frequently crop up in exams from time to time (i.e. the 2 or 3 mark definition questions etc)
* learn the answers first from the MS before attempting the question. Despite that it may look like "cheating" when its not, it helps in revision as the marks given in the MS are in a logical order so if you can look at the MS then you can figure out the logic in answering the question. Make sure though that you can also memorise the process of these questions (i.e the 5-6 mark calculation questions or anything similar to these)
* keep attempting the past papers , then ONLY when you feel confident you have understood the questions then attempt the paper in timed conditions. When you attempt the practise first time round, do not do it under timed conditions.