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would it be useful for me to start alevel content for bio and them during the summer holidays or should I just wait for college to start?
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For biology you don’t need to do anything. Chemistry just make sure you know your GCSE calculations like moles, titrations etc. Everyone in your class will be at the same starting point anyways. Other than that enjoy the summer and wait for college to start
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For biology you don’t need to do anything. Chemistry just make sure you know your GCSE calculations like moles, titrations etc. Everyone in your class will be at the same starting point anyways. Other than that enjoy the summer and wait for college to start
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Yeah probably just get used to using some maths, like swapping around equations, measuring gradients, converting units etc. I thought a level chemistry would have much less maths in it than it did :/
Also you could also have a quick scan of the textbooks you're going to use to get familiar with stuff
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Yeah probably just get used to using some maths, like swapping around equations, measuring gradients, converting units etc. I thought a level chemistry would have much less maths in it than it did :/
Also you could also have a quick scan of the textbooks you're going to use to get familiar with stuff
thank you so much!!
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