GCSE Chemistry Higher Level Practice Papers: Higher Level Practice Papers Pt. 1 & 2 (Gcse Practice Papers) Paperback – 14 Nov 2003
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Meant for exam preparation. This pack contains practice questions suitable for the higher level, plus answers and a full mark scheme, aimed at Chemistry students.
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The review and mock-test questions helped me testing my knowledge and understanding of the matter. There are not many of them though. This is NOT a mock-exam book, it's a revision guide, as it says on the cover, going thorugh the topics you should've covered for GCSEs already.
This is not just a plain dry study book, it's a really relaxed, motivating guide on serious stuff. I always dreaded Physics as well but these books helped me not just to gain an understanding (basic as it may be) of the subject, but actually made me like it! :)
Can only recommend it, this book is really amazing!
They even make it funny!
I have just finished my year 10 exams, and they were a great help - without them i definatly wouldnt've got an A in Chemistry and Biology.
I really recommend this revision guide.
This revision guide contains basically everything you need to know for your exams; whether they're GCSE or IGCSE. (I take the IGCSE, and i used this revision guide)
it covers material for both the dual award and separate sciences; it goes over:
1.classifying materials (solids, liquids and gases, changes of state, atoms, bonding, etc etc)
2. Earth Metals (hydrocarbons, fractional distillation of crude oil, catalytic cracking, metal ores, the blast furnace, ammonia, limestone, the reactivities series)
3. Equations (balancing, half equations, empirical formula, etc etc)
4. Air and Rock (today's atmosphere, the carbon cycle, rocks, weathering, the water cycle, etc etc)
5. periodic table
6. reaction rates
7. additional material for people who are doing separate sciences.