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Some tips for revision
Following are revision techniques that have been tried and tested since my school days and my tutees found them useful too over time. I hope you find it helpful.
1.Repeat, Repeat, Repeat
Repeating things is the best way to remember. You should go over the same things over a...

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5.Cover and write
When it comes to pure memory, this is very effective. I cover up my notes and write down what’s there. It’s a simple way of finding of how much you know (and remember)."

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Organic Chemistry at A level :
Converting one molecule into the other is an art of organic chemistry but a nightmare for A level students. Students moving from GCSE to A level chemistry feels that they have seen a ghost when they come across conversion, reaction mechanism and reaction pathway.


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Intermolecular forces are the forces (IMF) of attraction mainly in the SIMPLE MOLECULAR STRUCTURE ( yes, it need little shouting :- as quite often student apply the concept to explain melting characteristic of Giant covalent/Ionic and metallic lattice which is not true). IMF decide state of matt...

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It's always exciting to teach spectroscopy techniques. If it seems horrible and scary, let me try to change your opinion about IR, Mass and NMR (proton and 13C) spectroscopy. I run intensive course periodically to cover all aspect of A level Chemistry. Contact for more details.

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Same molecules ? They are mirror image of each other and non superimposable causing optical isomerism. Each molecule (known as single optical isomer) may have different physiological effect- one may act as a drug while other shows adverse effect on the body. Mixture of optical isomers as product ...

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Diamond structure- One of the toughest material known to mankind, Diamond for ever !!! very true in the sense that it requires high amount of energy to break the structure due to covalent bonds between carbons in giant tetrahedral lattice.

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