❰PDF❯ ✪ OCR A2 Chemistry A Student Book and CD-ROM Author Mr Dave Gent – Publitags.co

Lovely book Helped me get an A Produced In Partnership With OCR For The OCR A Level Chemistry A Specification, This Student Book Offers Accessible And Engaging Material, And Focuses On The Integration Of How Science Works To Help Students Understand The Underlying Principles Of Science Structured In Line With The OCR Specification With Exciting Content Presented As Double Page Spreads To Help Students Easily Assimilate And Locate Information Plenty Of Worked Examples And Exam Style Questions Demonstrate How To Approach Complex Questions Practice Exam Questions Provided At The End Of Each Module, Aid Exam Preparation Contains Learning Objectives Within The Spreads Taken From The Specification, As Well As Questions To Test Understanding And Knowledge FREE Exam Caf CD ROM Containing An Array Of Student Friendly Study, Revision And Exam Preparation Tools To Support Students And Enable Them To Prepare Thoroughly For Their Exams Stretch And Challenge Sections Throughout The Book Support This Part Of The Specification I m required to have this book for my college course so didn t really have a choice about buying it Bit expensive for what it is, but most things are Delivered on time and in good condition. It is everything you need without the mindless waffle It made chemistry interesting with many examples to get it drilled into your head I d reccommend it if you re panicking about the exam or are one of those slow and steady revisers Just a standard AS level book Delivered quickly so beats queuing at the shops Thank you. My son got good grade to get University place Have already used the AS book with my pupils and found it matched the new syllabus well and was set out clearly The CD with the book was useful to pupils The CDRom matching the AS course containing practical sheets and powerpoints was also a useful teaching resource but expensive It would have been useful if it contained homework sheets as well. A very helpful reinforcement to class teaching, with relevant worked examples and the core points of topics clearly summarised The Organic appeared rushed with eg the rationale of electrophilic substitution lacking depth Overall, an admirable aid.