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August 02, 2021, 11:52:44 am

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fodi

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advice for chemistry/methods
« on: June 11, 2021, 06:25:37 pm »
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hi guys! I'm feeling pretty unmotivated and discouraged because I failed my methods and chem sac. I was expecting to not do well on methods but wasn't expecting to fail chem because I got an 86% on the first sac. Does anyone have any advice on how to not stress about it too much? and will this mean that I won't be able to get in the high 30's (raw)?
And in general, if anyone has any advice for methods or chemistry please help me!

Thank you in advance.  :)

SnekiSnek

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Re: advice for chemistry/methods
« Reply #1 on: June 23, 2021, 11:47:23 am »
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hi guys! I'm feeling pretty unmotivated and discouraged because I failed my methods and chem sac. I was expecting to not do well on methods but wasn't expecting to fail chem because I got an 86% on the first sac. Does anyone have any advice on how to not stress about it too much? and will this mean that I won't be able to get in the high 30's (raw)?
And in general, if anyone has any advice for methods or chemistry please help me!

Thank you in advance.  :)

Hi Fodi!

First little clarification question: is this Units 1/2 or 3/4, because if it is Unit 1/2 then it won't affect your study score at all

However if this is for 3/4, not sure I can help with the chemistry as I'm only doing 1/2 but I do 3/4 methods. The most important thing that I believe will help you is to not dwell too much on the bad score. It's a lot harder than it sounds I know. But the best thing you can do is push forward with the new AOS, make sure you do make note of what went wrong on your SACs and what areas you need to improve on. For methods I can say the best thing to understand the content is, as my teacher always says, PRACTICE PRACTICE PRACTICE! Methods unfortunately isn't something you can breeze through because a lot of the assessment is being able to apply your foundation knowledge in application questions that you will never have seen before.

Keep your head up, you've got this  ;D
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Re: advice for chemistry/methods
« Reply #2 on: July 28, 2021, 12:21:30 pm »
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hi guys! I'm feeling pretty unmotivated and discouraged because I failed my methods and chem sac. I was expecting to not do well on methods but wasn't expecting to fail chem because I got an 86% on the first sac. Does anyone have any advice on how to not stress about it too much? and will this mean that I won't be able to get in the high 30's (raw)?
And in general, if anyone has any advice for methods or chemistry please help me!

Thank you in advance.  :)

I can only say for Methods
Kids that score high already know the course
They don't follow along with the class