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Hi so I have a chemistry paper 3 exam next Friday. It’s currently Friday so I have just over a week to revise. How should I best guide my revision?
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what exam board and this is for alevels right ?
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what exam board and this is for alevels right
a level edexcel chemistry
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a level edexcel chemistry
Do past papers, and revise anything you get wrong.
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EXAM QUESTIONS. As many past paper questions as you can do. Don’t bother revising content UNLESS you really don’t remember a certain topic and you know you will benefit from quickly reading over it. Other than that, memorise any definitions and equations you need to know and just do exam questions.
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Do past papers, and revise anything you get wrong.
alright thanks. when you say revise anything I get wrong, do you mean do questions (e.g. physics and maths tutor) for that topic?
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I have my chemistry exam tomorrow stressing A little But we are given the topics so literally just exam practice on all types of questions that’s could come up
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alright thanks. when you say revise anything I get wrong, do you mean do questions (e.g. physics and maths tutor) for that topic?
Yes
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alright thanks. when you say revise anything I get wrong, do you mean do questions (e.g. physics and maths tutor) for that topic?
Yep - read about it in your notes / the textbook first, and then do questions!
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