Knightrises10
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Hi. So basically I mainly study from Chemguide for my A Chemistry. However, just wanted to know how do you people use this website? Do you use it as a main source of learning or just an additional supplement to your main book? Also, do you make notes?
I personally do make notes, and from Chemguide mainly because I just don't understand anything from book. But it seems I waste a lot of time making those notes only. And at times, the content on the s website can be way too long and tiring. I'm not understanding how should I do chemistry effectively.
I'm in Year 13 btw
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Hi there!
Yeah, I love it and use it quite a bit. I've kind of moved away from my textbook recently (just because it's not the best) and started using notes from Physics and Maths and ChemGuide.
I also use a guy on YouTube called Dr Orchard, who's a genius and makes everything sooo simple.
Generally though, if there's something on the spec that's not covered anywhere else, ChemGuide will have the answers.
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(Original post by Handel1742)
Hi there!
Yeah, I love it and use it quite a bit. I've kind of moved away from my textbook recently (just because it's not the best) and started using notes from Physics and Maths and ChemGuide.
I also use a guy on YouTube called Dr Orchard, who's a genius and makes everything sooo simple.
Generally though, if there's something on the spec that's not covered anywhere else, ChemGuide will have the answers.
Do you think I should make notes from Chemguide or it's enough to simply read?
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