lindaMS
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Hello, i was wondering if anyone could let me know what knowledge from the nat 5 course is the most important to look over as i crash higher chemistry, any answers?
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I would recommend borrowing the "How to Pass Chemistry" textbook from your school (or any other N5 chemistry textbook) so that you can catch up. The main points of N5 that are key to Higher are all of Unit 1 - Chemical changes and structures, homologous series and metals. Metals is the least important but the other two are very important for understanding Higher. The BBC Bitesize page for N5 Chemistry should help you too https://www.bbc.com/bitesize/subjects/zmnp34j
Good luck with the course! I sat N5, H and AH Chemistry so if you need any more help just let me know
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