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Equilibrium and rates of reaction Fuels
Equilibrium and rates of reaction Fuels
Ratios. Missing some little steps, but getting there  attention to detail will get you those little missing marks. Remember  if oxygen is not being pumped into a system, it is not a reactant Go over the explanations/diagrams/reactions I explained during the MCQ One thing common  redox half equations, use KOHes when in doubt, check the conditions of the reaction, and do the products and reactants even belong to the reaction given in the question? Adopt a good "procedure" when you do exam questions. 1. What is the question asking for. Which topic is this 2. What is the information given. Why is it there, where do I use it 3. Applying this formula/recalling this fact  does this answer the question? Focus on VCAA exams first, then do the selected company papers. All the best.
Not much change from previous weeks, just need to review the questions and notes we've been going through in our tutoring sessions. Some gaps in knowledge have come ...
Not much change from previous weeks, just need to review the questions and notes we've been going through in our tutoring sessions. Some gaps in knowledge have come through from more exposure to examstyle questions.
Revise Unit 3 AOS1 topics in Specialist maths  graphing topic not covered very well in school. Some gaps in that area. Do one more set of exams for Methods and Specialist, then spend the rest of the time It's been a pleasure teaching Maddie this year. All the best for exams and good luck for the rest of your future studies.
Application of formulas Revise those formulas, such as distance and length formulas, gradient = tan theta etc. Otherwise, complex numbers and vectors seem to be ...
Application of formulas Revise those formulas, such as distance and length formulas, gradient = tan theta etc. Otherwise, complex numbers and vectors seem to be strengths
Revise partial fractions  find those notes from the start of the year Graphing  addition graphs and their asymptotes Insight, NEAP, Kilbaha and MAV from the past 4 years are essential papers  do them if not already done Try out early VCAA papers from 20062012 if you want
Good exam progress Identifying half equations and determining spontaneity/nonspontaneity Reaction pathways  organic
Good exam progress Identifying half equations and determining spontaneity/nonspontaneity Reaction pathways  organic
Look through experimental design questions in the exam report  those dot points can be used again in other exams, be sure to know some before the exam Mathematical understanding of Kc  use the fraction to help find the unknown concentration Upload 20192020 exam papers to the drive so I can help predict what will be on the exam