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hey guys! i have a chemistry exam soon which includes questions from the past papers and i want to know how can i understand these without a teacher? any youtube channels that will help or any websites? please i’m really struggling
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Hello there! I do GCSE Chemistry and really recommend Seneca. It is a fun and interactive way of learning with an amazing way of getting you used to the key concepts for general study
I know Hegarty maths goes through hard maths questions and explains them very well, have you done a quick scan of YouTube searching up “chemistry hardest questions”? This will usually bring up some questions people have struggled with in the past, and how it’s best to solve them Don’t dismiss GCSE videos, they’ll be very helpful too as the techniques you’ll need are usually the same
I hope this answers your question!

I’ll tag in CheeseIsVeg to see if they can move this to study help for you :^_^:
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