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So I’m starting a level chemistry a week on Monday and it’s safe to say I’ve forgot everything since the GCSEs. Does anyone know of a useful website or YouTube videos which summarises it or anything to refresh my brain since I binned all my gcse revision(smart I know)
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DW, when A-level start your teacher should go over the basic anyway. I started my A-level forgetting all my GCSE knowledge as well cause I dropped out for 2 years. But if you want to prepare I recommend study ahead on your textbook and further google the parts that require prior knowledge for you to understand.
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Thank you!
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Did you do GCSE chemistry or combined science? If you did chemistry, the first couple of months will be easy anyway because there isn’t that much new stuff.
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@dancer2001 wait can you even tag people on this lol anyway sorry for late answer and I did combined
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Then I would definitely recommend learning the GCSE Chemistry content. If you did combined, you can still do well at A level, but it makes the first year harder because there is more new stuff. If you just type ‘gcse chemistry’ into YouTube, lots of videos on different topics will come up. Most of them will be familiar, but it will remind you of it all and introduce any new ideas.
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(Original post by Isobeldace)
So I’m starting a level chemistry a week on Monday and it’s safe to say I’ve forgot everything since the GCSEs. Does anyone know of a useful website or YouTube videos which summarises it or anything to refresh my brain since I binned all my gcse revision(smart I know)
you wont need much of ur chem gcse notes tbh watch how ur gonna be introduced to a whole new world lol, uhm keep some of the organic stuff, just basics yh? good luck its my fav subject by far dont let new content overwhelm you. USE SNAPREVISE!!!!!!
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(Original post by PrazzPrazz)
you wont need much of ur chem gcse notes tbh watch how ur gonna be introduced to a whole new world lol, uhm keep some of the organic stuff, just basics yh? good luck its my fav subject by far dont let new content overwhelm you. USE SNAPREVISE!!!!!!
Thank you so much!
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Then I would definitely recommend learning the GCSE Chemistry content. If you did combined, you can still do well at A level, but it makes the first year harder because there is more new stuff. If you just type ‘gcse chemistry’ into YouTube, lots of videos on different topics will come up. Most of them will be familiar, but it will remind you of it all and introduce any new ideas.
Thank you! I have Wednesdays off so I’m gonna start looking through content today I think, especially organic stuff as the other fella said
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