Which resources do you use for an A* in chemistry?

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okay thank youuu. did you actually get an A* in chemistry?
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Your brain is the best resource :yep:
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Your brain is the best resource :yep:
Thanks for letting me know
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okay thank youuu. did you actually get an A* in chemistry?
no problem and I got an A but I was only a couple of marks of the A*. Another piece of advice of mine is also trying to minimise errors made in calculations and them stuff coz they really do add up especially if your going for the A*
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no problem and I got an A but I was only a couple of marks of the A*. Another piece of advice of mine is also trying to minimise errors made in calculations and them stuff coz they really do add up especially if your going for the A*
okay thank you very much. did you have to have a lot of understanding or was it all just memorisation?
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Physicsandmathstutor papers by section
Every single past paper I could get my hands on repeated at least 3x
Memorised all the wordy questions that come up every year
All the questions in the official textbook
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Physicsandmathstutor papers by section
Every single past paper I could get my hands on repeated at least 3x
Memorised all the wordy questions that come up every year
All the questions in the official textbook
damm that sounds intense :bawling:
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damm that sounds intense :bawling:
I did all that from the beginning of year 12, so its not intense, unless you’re already halfway through year 13.
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Eliot Rintoul on YouTube, Chemguide & pmt. Good luck!
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okay thank you very much. did you have to have a lot of understanding or was it all just memorisation?
there are some things you just have to memorise like definitions and colours but for like organic and some bits of physical I had a lot of understanding of the course I'd say which came from practising and asking questions when you don't understand something/get it wrong.
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