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  1. Article1: Makingsense-sg.com Tips On How To Improve Your Grade In A-Level Chemistry Chemistry is a subject that helps students score well in exam only if they pay little attention to learn the subject. Many students face challenges to learn A-Level Chemistry and that affects their overall grade in the exam. To improve your Chemistry grade, here is our list of amazing tips. 1. Understanding the content Chemistry is not the subject that you cam memorize like other subjects from Humanities. You need to first understand the subject matter. After one understands the content, he/she should try to memorize the important facts, formulas and equations. This will shed off the load of memorizing word by word but still will benefit you with the grip on the subject. 2. Focus on important keywords and phrasing Every student fights a tough battle to score better in A-Level Chemistry. The simple rule to score high is to emphasise on important keywords and phrases. Try to include them in your answer. This will make things easier for teachers to check your answer sheet and to reward you with good marks. 3. Learn from mistakes It is really important to review your answer paper thoroughly after teacher has done the corrections. This helps students to understand where they went wrong and this in turn helps them to learn from their mistakes. This also ensures that students don’t repeat the same mistake in future if they have to answer the similar questions. 4. Revise It is quite normal for students to forget things that they have learned long ago. So, the best way to prevent this is to do consistent revisions of those learning at regular interval. Try to do the revision in written format as this is way effective than just mumbling. 5. Take help of the tutor If a student fails to understand things in the classroom, he/she can always approach the tutor immediately after the class. As soon as the confusions get cleared, it will assist the student to grasp the whole chapter more quickly. At Making Sense, students are paid with individual attention to learn A- Level Chemistry in a lucid manner. About the company: Making Sense specialises in Chemistry tuition for ‘A’ Level students. In addition to group tuition, we also offer personal consultations to students to ensure effective personalised learning. Our classes deliver in- depth knowledge and analysis of Chemistry concepts and principles to students. We use teaching methodologies specific to Chemistry that are effective in maximising learning.