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poLPOL
Which topic can i leave out

Which topic can i leave out since chemistry big course


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yousefayidi
none
yousefayidi
none
aoifemac5
aoifemac5
nah study everything
Nachathetaco12345
electrochemistry
samanmutahir
technically electrochemistry but you shouldnt leave anything out really and electrochemistry isnt hard
poLPOL
poLPOL
i wanna die
Alaa28
Alaa28
organic chemistry
Lee03
Lee03
you can leave plenty out. you only need 6 questions theres 3 on organic 1 on titrations. the short questions follow the same pattern every year do every past question 4, that leaves you left with only one other question. pick 2 or 3 topics to be safe like rates of reaction or chem equilibrium or do all the Q3 experiments. Highly recommend knowing organic inside and out as its Q2 Q6 Q8
RMJ02
RMJ02
you can leave stuff out beacause the same topics come up on specific questions each year like organic is always q8, q6 is fuels and thermochemistry etc and then there are the option questions which have a mix of evrything.i am leaving out equilibrium, rates and the organic experiment question and my teacher says i still have plenty of choice. you just have to be stratigic in leaving out smaller topics that can be avoided but there is a risk if you leave out too many. we only have to answer 6 questions is it this year ?
RMJ02
RMJ02
yes the questions follow the pattern 1 = Titrations 2= organic experiments 3=all other experiments 4=mix of everything but generally things like stoich come up here 5=radioactivity, atomic/electronic structure, atomic/periodic table history etc 6=fuels, thermochemistry (organic is needed here too) 7+9 = options mix but mostly rates equilibrium etc 8= organic 10+11 = mix of everything with a nice choice available so you can be stratigic and leave out topics and still have a choice in the exam this isnt a perfect list or anything just the general idea
EthanBailey
Just study the chapters with chemistry in them, should be fine.:thumbsup:
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