High School Chemistry Help?

I'm taking high school level chemistry this year (10th grade) and I want to prepare beforehand. Is there some sort of pre-chemistry articles or e-books someone can recommend?

4 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
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    Well i have taken HN Chem and AP Chem at my school...I would recommend you brush up on your algebra skills if u have taken it...you will us it quite often. Also maybe buy a study guide like the princeton review...it condenses formulas/etc. very nicely and is very useful when u have a huge test the next day and haven't studied a bit out of the 1000pg textbook...haha

  • 1 decade ago

    I would get Chemistry for Dummies-I did. I've been out of H.S. for awhile and just went to college and really needed help with theories and formulas. The book really explains things in simple terms and explains things-AP books are designed to refresh what you already know-not teach a brand new subject

  • 1 decade ago

    Wow I am surprised someone said Chemistry for Dummies!

    Because that's what I was thinking

    I refered to it a lot when I had homework in chemistry (I was in honors as well)

    It really goes in depth to what you need to know, I highly suggest it

  • 1 decade ago

    i took chemistry this past year and i found it easy. The main things to know are the periodic table, know all the laws(such as boyles and charles) and most of all know the mole inside and out

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