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    Hi Im taking the AQA Chemistry syllabus modules 5 & 6 papers which both have a synoptic element in them...what is the best way to cover all the work? From the previous four modules? Any tips or advice would be welcomed...
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    (Original post by mjf)
    Hi Im taking the AQA Chemistry syllabus modules 5 & 6 papers which both have a synoptic element in them...what is the best way to cover all the work? From the previous four modules? Any tips or advice would be welcomed...
    I'm doing module 5 AQA too. Just thought I'd tell you
    Erm, best way to revise....look at your notes, learn it, remember it and write it down.
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    last year module 5 was an evil exam. I got an A for AS chem and an E for module 5
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    Ooh, I did those last year. That was awful. I'd had exams all the previous week, and so hadn't revised Chemistry at all. Got back from afternoon maths exams on Monday at about 6pm, and started my synoptic revision for module papers 5&6 the following morning: 2 years work in 4 hours...

    Wouldn't recommend doing that, really. Closest I ever came to worrying about an exam, I think.

    Hmm, I'd say the most important thing is not to leave learning all the organic stuff till last, or whatever bit you like least. I personally loathed organic chem, I never actually learned all those definitions and molecules, so that was the worst bit for me.
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    Evil exam!!! Even by CHM5 standards. Couldn't answer last question at all! Still - mega-low grade boundaries (95/120 for 120)!

    Ben
 
 
 
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