Student Support Materials for AQA - A2 Chemistry Unit 4: Kinetics, Equilibria and Organic Chemistry
John Bentham, Graham Curtis, Andrew Maczek, Colin Chambers, David Nicholls and Geoff Hallas
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Student Support Materials for AQA series
Paperback • 978-0-00-726827-6 • Jan
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Written by AQA examiners, this is a revised and updated edition of Collins Student Support Materials for AQA A2 Chemistry. It fully supports the new 2008 AQA Chemistry specification for Unit 4. All the knowledge you need is summarised so you can use it as a study guide or revision guide to ensure success in your exam.
About this resource
This book provides a clear and easy path to learning all the essential information in the new 2008 AQA Chemistry A2 specification for Unit 4: Kinetics, Equilibria and Organic Chemistry. It is the perfect way to support your studies and an excellent revision guide. It includes:
-How Science Works guidance to help tackle this new key focus in the specification
-Examiner's Notes boxes to give advice on exam technique and warn of common misconceptions
-Essential Notes boxes to highlight crucial information
-Definition boxes and a comprehensive glossary to help memorise essential terminology
-Practice questions to help prepare for exams
-An index for quick reference
Reviews of previous edition:"The book is perfect for revision. I found it really great that it was specific only to my syllabus because it meant there were no extra pages to wade through. Although I am aware some books tell you which parts you need to look at for each specification I preferred a book catering for only one examining board because it kept content down to a minimum making it look less threatening and much more approachable! The modular format also really helped with this, I'd suggest you get the whole set! The content is easy to understand and in easily enough detail.""An excellent guidebook for this module. The book covers the bare essentials for this chemistry module. Although it does not go into substantial detail, it is excellent as a quick reference and is also very useful for "last-minute" cramming."