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    So I’ve currently being try to spend the day on understanding bond calculations and titration calculations and I’m happy to say I think I’ve got he hang of it. However,I need to do flash cards to cover both of these topics up but I’ve been thinking of some flash cards that I can come up with and nothing is popping up into my help. So I would appreciate if someone out there could tell me on what I could put on my flash cards both, front and back that cover the topic titration and bond calculations. Thanks!
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    mindmaps would be more useful tbh
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    (Original post by sharri.coco)
    mindmaps would be more useful tbh
    Well everyone has their own preference and for me personally, Flash cards work the best
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    Hey there!

    So I’ve currently being try to spend the day on understanding bond calculations and titration calculations and I’m happy to say I think I’ve got he hang of it. However,I need to do flash cards to cover both of these topics up but I’ve been thinking of some flash cards that I can come up with and nothing is popping up into my help. So I would appreciate if someone out there could tell me on what I could put on my flash cards both, front and back that cover the topic titration and bond calculations. Thanks!
    If you are struggling with calculations, you would be better off doing practice questions. Flash-cards are useful for learning content (although you MUST test yourself on these - simply reading them over won't help much), but for calculations, you need to get used to the process and make sure you know it inside-out. If you know why you need to do each step, you're far less likely to miss a step out.
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    Well everyone has their own preference and for me personally, Flashcards work the best
    okay then draw pictures of titrations and the steps, its just flashcards are relatively small, you'd need more space maybe.
 
 
 

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