does anyone no of where i can find a good website where videos of chem A2 are being illiustrated? Im a visual learner and find it hard to jus revise from off the age. Thank you for your halep and time!
There are videos of some of the chemical processes that are available from the Royal Society of Chemistry.
I don't know of a website that specialises in diagrams to cover A-level chemistry but I will have a look to see.
I have done some "cartoons" of organic mechanisms. These may help you to understand but they would not score you any marks in an exam.
Usually, "visual" learning means using eyes rather than hearing or practical involvement. If, in your case, reading the written word is the problem I would suggest that you make annotated diagrams with only a few words per page. If you take your time to interpret written documents into these annotated diagrams now, when there is a bit less pressure on exam revision, it may help you when it comes to the last minute rush later.
Although it is good that you are aware of your preferred learning style, please be aware that struggling to convert all the information into your preferred style might be counter productive....you could spend a lot of time preparing fantastic diagrams but don't cover the whole course.
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