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I feel like it's to much - May 15th 2012, 03:05 AM

I need to pass 12 units this year and 10 next year, which equals in 6 subjects the 5 in order to acheive my HSC which with practically set up the rest of my life, in terms of university and such. If I don't get 12 units this year then next year I will have to make them up, meaning a much larger work load.

The problem is, I chose Chemistry and I hate it. Unfortunatly it's too late to change courses now and I need it to get into the course I wanna do. I've fallen behind in my assignments and class work, and no matter how hard I try it just doesn't make sense.

I'll get to the point, does anyone know of any websites or books that can explain year eleven chemistry simply? I know I really have to apply myself and I'm prepared for that, I just need something simple to explain the basics.
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Re: I feel like it's to much - May 17th 2012, 10:59 PM

Hey there! KhanAcademy.org is something my friend is currently using in order to teach himself calculus - perhaps the chemistry section will help you out!

http://www.khanacademy.org/science/chemistry

If you're looking for a book that just explains the simple concepts (and possibly offers a few example/practice problems), I'd try something like "Chemistry for Dummies."





   
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Re: I feel like it's to much - May 19th 2012, 11:57 PM

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