Everyone says that chemistry is the hardest science at A Level and although that’s not necessarily the case, a lot of people do struggle with it so I thought I’d share some of my favourite resources and tips for each of the major topics!
I made this printable a couple of days ago whilst doing my own revision for the inorganic topics and I thought I’d share it!
After I posted my organic chemistry printables, I got a request from someone to create some printables that could be used to summarise different chemical tests. I really liked the idea because there can be lots of different tests that you have to memorise (especially at A Level) so I decided to create a printable for easy revision!
Organic chemistry has to be one of the toughest topics to cover regardless of what level you’re studying at! I decided to make these printables so that I could keep all of the reactions nice and organised within my binder so hopefully it’ll help you too!
I’m currently doing biology and chemistry at A Level so I’ve had to write up quite a few core practicals over the last year. Hopefully this printable will be helpful to a few of you in the same position as me because I find it such a pain to write them up!
If you’re a student in the UK and you’re planning to apply for medical/dental school then you’re probably familiar with the UKCAT and the BMAT tests. These are tests that every medical student takes before they apply to medical school. The majority of UK medical/dental schools require you to take the UKCAT test and a few like Oxbridge require the BMAT test. This post will go through the ins and outs of taking the UKCAT test.
A few days ago I made a post about how I make my summaries for psychology and I mentioned making a printable that is pretty similar to how I design them. I’ve made this in a few different colours so you have plenty of choice as to which one you pick!
If you’re doing A Level psychology (or any psychology subject really), you’ll know there’s a lot of content to remember so having pages and pages of notes is not the best way to revise. Here’s how I split the studies up into simple sections which can (usually) be condensed into about 2 sides of A4.