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Just wondering if anyone has any resources/websites to help me with A level chemistry, alongside any general tips for revising effectively?
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(Original post by SaimaSaleem)
Just wondering if anyone has any resources/websites to help me with A level chemistry, alongside any general tips for revising effectively?
Chemguide
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Youtube vids ( Dr orchard ), CGP textbook , Chem guide
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i just use physics and math tutor for past papers

chemguide for revision

then theres mr rintoul on youtube , the guy is a lifesaver
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Physics and maths tutor,Chemguide,Cherry Hill tutor - Chemistry revision papers, A-level Chemistry website, SnapRevise, Exampro. Just try to be active in revision
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Physics and Maths tutor, Chemguide and MaChemGuy on youtube
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What exam board are you doing?

And I found a good website www.sites.google.com /site/alevequestionbank

I would recommend different revision techniques, so making notes then brief notes, trying to explain out load certain processes and mechanisms. If you don't understand why something is, look it up and try and gain a better understanding, it may be beyond the spec but will help to remember it
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Youtube wise Allery Chemistry is good summary revision each topic
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snaprevise is a lifesaver
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