A Level Chemistry MathsWatch
Defo, just make sure ur math basics in chemistry are strong so just the normal mole calculations, titrations etc. And during the course u will come across some concepts that a level maths would have helped u understood more like logarithms in acids and bases but it’s not that difficult to grasp. So just make sure mole calculations, yields, atom economies, titrations are strong and u will do great. I think it’s really just about having a strong foundation and u will just get better at it throughout the course.
Thank you! I feel like I find the calculations doable as I was able to do GCSE Maths but I just didn't have an interest enough to do it for A Level, so hopefully I can still manage it throughout the rest of the year.
Mate the Maths needed for A level Chemistry is probably equal to grade 5 as most of it is just plugging numbers into formulas and converting units. . Besides, even if you're terrible at Maths you have 2 years to learn how to do it.