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I did mocks recently (in Bio, Chem, Maths, and Computer Science AS) and I think I screwed my chem really badly. I don’t know what was going on with me, I just blanked and forgot basic balancing equations and titrations even though I can do them...

How do I move on? When ever I go to chem class I feel like sh** because of it. What if this happens in the real exam? I’m just rlly stressed lmao help
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Hi

I did mocks recently (in Bio, Chem, Maths, and Computer Science AS) and I think I screwed my chem really badly. I don’t know what was going on with me, I just blanked and forgot basic balancing equations and titrations even though I can do them...

How do I move on? When ever I go to chem class I feel like sh** because of it. What if this happens in the real exam? I’m just rlly stressed lmao help
I screwed all of them
How do u think I feel
Honestly all I can say is
Have a look at the paper make sure you practice on the balancing equations and titrations
Physics and maths tutor is a lovely site to practice balancing equations and titrations
But dude I get D's and E's in all of my subjects and I am in SECOND YEAR
SO I AM FUPPIN SCREWED!!!
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I screwed all of them
How do u think I feel
Honestly all I can say is
Have a look at the paper make sure you practice on the balancing equations and titrations
Physics and maths tutor is a lovely site to practice balancing equations and titrations
But dude I get D's and E's in all of my subjects and I am in SECOND YEAR
SO I AM FUPPIN SCREWED!!!
I guess we should dedicate this thread to you instead

My parents want to me get all A’s and lmao im trying. I miss GCSEs. Ty though
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I guess we should dedicate this thread to you instead

My parents want to me get all A’s and lmao im trying. I miss GCSEs. Ty though
Oh ok
Same position with me man
For me kinda worse cuz I am in second year
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Oh ok
Same position with me man
For me kinda worse cuz I am in second year
What subjects u doing?
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What subjects u doing?
Maths Chem and Bio
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Hi

I did mocks recently (in Bio, Chem, Maths, and Computer Science AS) and I think I screwed my chem really badly. I don’t know what was going on with me, I just blanked and forgot basic balancing equations and titrations even though I can do them...

How do I move on? When ever I go to chem class I feel like sh** because of it. What if this happens in the real exam? I’m just rlly stressed lmao help
You mention Computer Science AS, so if you are in Y12 there is plenty of time to fix things, and even if you are in Y13 there is still (just about) time. You mention things you can do, but can you do them really well and fluently? Lots of practice can help a lot with this. However, you said you did really badly, so it's probably more than what you mentioned. One thing that could make a big difference is getting a good tutor. By good I mean a qualified, experienced teacher, with a chemistry degree. And you should expect to travel to him/her: online, or some wannabe desperate enough to make house calls probably won't make much of a difference.
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GG gamer goodbye A levels
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You mention Computer Science AS, so if you are in Y12 there is plenty of time to fix things, and even if you are in Y13 there is still (just about) time. You mention things you can do, but can you do them really well and fluently? Lots of practice can help a lot with this. However, you said you did really badly, so it's probably more than what you mentioned. One thing that could make a big difference is getting a good tutor. By good I mean a qualified, experienced teacher, with a chemistry degree. And you should expect to travel to him/her: online, or some wannabe desperate enough to make house calls probably won't make much of a difference.
Tutoring costs too much money
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GG gamer goodbye A levels
Yeh
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If you failed you probably deserved it.... get a job kiddo
That's mean
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That's mean
Ikr
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Maths Chem and Bio
Lmao, now I’m scared for A2. I think I’m gonna end up getting D’s...
bye bye Russel group uni
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You mention Computer Science AS, so if you are in Y12 there is plenty of time to fix things, and even if you are in Y13 there is still (just about) time. You mention things you can do, but can you do them really well and fluently? Lots of practice can help a lot with this. However, you said you did really badly, so it's probably more than what you mentioned. One thing that could make a big difference is getting a good tutor. By good I mean a qualified, experienced teacher, with a chemistry degree. And you should expect to travel to him/her: online, or some wannabe desperate enough to make house calls probably won't make much of a difference.
My tutors good, I just messed up so bad so idk
I guess I’m worried whether I’ll end up performing like this in the real exam.

It rlly demotivating, especially when I spent a lot of time revising. Is there any better way than just doing past questions?

Thanks
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Lmao, now I’m scared for A2. I think I’m gonna end up getting D’s...
bye bye Russel group uni
nah u still have chance dw
It is scarier for me
I wanna go BBC Russel group uni
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if u know what they are about its not as bad- im learning about memory- if you keep reharsing the information it goes from shor term to long term
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if u know what they are about its not as bad- im learning about memory- if you keep reharsing the information it goes from shor term to long term
no. that is wrong. if you rehearse it then it stays in short term for longer. Semantic encoding takes it to long term
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shut up us12345 you dont even know what youre on about-
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My tutors good, I just messed up so bad so idk
I guess I’m worried whether I’ll end up performing like this in the real exam.

It rlly demotivating, especially when I spent a lot of time revising. Is there any better way than just doing past questions?

Thanks
Ik
Go to Physics and Maths tutor and fetch a paper
Get a Specimen Paper if you want
Then punch yourself in the face and say I won't be lazy
Tell your siblings to slap you in the face a couple of times to not get lazy
Then get a study place
If your house too loud tell them to shut up
Then do a paper in timed conditions
When you finish mark it
Do a bit of lee ways and if you get above your target grade chop off 10 marks off to get strict marks
Then look at the stuff u did bad in
Get friends to motivate you
And Boom that's your B or A guaranteed
it's hard for me cuz I have no friends
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shut up us12345 you dont even know what youre on about-
watch next lesson in psychology
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