Revision planning from start to finish.

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Revision planning: THERE ARE NO SIMPLE SOLUTIONS. YOU MUST COVER EVERYTHING. YOU MUST WORK HARD. REALLY HARD. YOU MUST DO QUESTIONS IN CONJUCTION WITH THE MATERIAL. YOU MUST KNOW THE INFORMATION. YOU MUST KNOW HOW TO APPLY THE INFORMATION. YOU MUST READ THE QUESTION CAREFULLY. YOU MUST ANSWER THE QUESTION THEY ASK, NOT YOUR VERSION OF IT. The two phases: … Read More

Chemistry practical paper 3 help: Errors, uncertainties, measurements, graphs, lines of best fit, accuracy and other practical terms explained.

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Here is a document to help you in your chemistry paper 3 exam. For those sitting physics, it’s very similar to the physics one so you will be able to skim through this if you have read the physics one. If you read it, understand it, and then use it when you go over the previous paper 3 specimen and … Read More

Physics practical paper 3 help: Errors, uncertainties, measurements, graphs, lines of best fit, accuracy and other practical terms explained.

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Here is a document to help you in your physics paper 3 exam. If you read it, understand it, and then use it when you go over the previous paper 3 specimen and 2017 paper 3 (which is available from Tuesday May 8th 2018), you will be in an excellent position to tackle paper 3. It covers errors, uncertainties, graphs….. … Read More

Molecules, structures, melting & boiling points.

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This is a brief summary of the different types of structures you encounter in chemistry, from molecules to all the types of crystal lattices. It gives a description of the forces of attraction holding them together – either chemical bonds or intermolecular forces, and how this affects their melting points and boiling points. A description of the bonding or intermolecular … Read More