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Hi All!

I am in the second year of A-Levels and during this time at home and I have created a YouTube channel dedicated for myself to try and explain tricky topics in A-Levels. I study Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry and I would really like further my understand in these topics - explaining is one of the best ways to see whether you really understand a concept.

Do you have any particular topics or questions in these A-Levels that I can tackle myself as best I can. I am trying my best to help as many people also struggling with a particular topic as well and hopefully gain a new insight.

Plus any others thinking of doing natural science in September, I would love to reach out to you!

Hope you guys are all well during this time!

Reuben
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Hi All!

I am in the second year of A-Levels and during this time at home and I have created a YouTube channel dedicated for myself to try and explain tricky topics in A-Levels. I study Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry and I would really like further my understand in these topics - explaining is one of the best ways to see whether you really understand a concept.

Do you have any particular topics or questions in these A-Levels that I can tackle myself as best I can. I am trying my best to help as many people also struggling with a particular topic as well and hopefully gain a new insight.

Plus any others thinking of doing natural science in September, I would love to reach out to you!

Hope you guys are all well during this time!

Reuben
Mechanisms in general - understanding them and whatnot - being able to remember all the steps and all that

Getting your head around markovnikovs rule and Kc calculations
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Mechanisms in general - understanding them and whatnot - being able to remember all the steps and all that

Getting your head around markovnikovs rule and Kc calculations
For myself I find the mechanisms in chemistry fairly straightforward and this is definitely due to a intuition I have built, instead of memorizing all the mechanisms I just try to imagine what an electron would want to do. I had an idea to go through every mechanism for organic synthesis and try to understand what is happening - would it help if I tried to explain and explore how I think about mechanisms?

As for markiovnikovs rule I think the same principle applies: thinking about electrons, their charge and where they would want to go.
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Mechanisms in general - understanding them and whatnot - being able to remember all the steps and all that

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Mechanisms are a blessing, easy marks in the exam, just memorise them
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