By Bob Berry
This learn consultant has been written specifically for college kids getting ready from the collage of Cambridge overseas exam IGCSE Chemistry syllabus (Core and prolonged curriculum). It presents all of the rationalization and suggestion scholars have to examine successfully for the examination. the topic is split into themes. each one subject begins with an inventory of Key pursuits, which specifies the talents and information that scholars have to collect through the path. the place applicable, there's additionally a listing of Key Definitions. the main rules sections define the content material and will be utilized by scholars to envision that they be aware of and comprehend the basic recommendations for IGCSE Chemistry. universal misconceptions and error and highlighted. pattern questions and solutions and examiner's reviews convey scholars tips on how to enhance their solutions and raise their grades. additional questions (with solutions in the back of the publication) let scholars to check their wisdom. Written by means of skilled lecturers and examiners, the sequence is recommended by way of the college of Cambridge overseas Examinations.
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IGCSE Study Guide for Chemistry by Bob Berry