should I do chemistry? can anyone tell me what I need to be able to know for the course? is it difficult/ time-consuming? thanks
Hi Sarah!! It is a lovely subject!! It will need around 20 minutes every night or second night. Your definitions are the key to success and they need to be know word perfect, if not you will not get full marks or in some cases you will get no marks.
There are 24 chapters, I am in 5th year and when I go into 6th year we will only have 5 max chapters left to finish!! The rest of the time can then be spent for revision and exam question practice.
The same type of questions come up year in and year out.
It is the subject with the highest amount of As in the country, it has no bell curve so that is why.
Anymore questions about it just ask. I am passionate about this subject!!!
A bell curve is what the corrector uses to give you a grade. A number of people must get As Bs Cs and so on.
There is less learning in chemistry. The two subject would be equal in my preference list. Any more questions
Am, maybe chemistry, you will nearly be guaranteed an A.
Home Ec is suppose to be hard to get an A in the LC I heard people saying, but so far I have gotten an A in all my home Ec and chemistry exams.!!
Thanks very much!!
Any grade is possible, if you want/need you A in any subject all you need to do is to put the time into that subject, I mean like 20mins every night to satrt you off because of you do too much time in one subject you might end up getting confused etc and other subject will prob begin to suffer. 😀 Best of luck with your subject choices and with the choice to do TY or not.👍
There is a few of them but they are very basic, it is all about formula work for the maths questions, very basic. It is mainly definitions laws etc. Defiantly you do not need to be good a maths. What level maths are you doing for the JC
If you can do HL for JC the maths in chemistry will be very manageable