I like to visualise what I learn so its easier to explain and to understand. Understanding the basics always helps us to do even application level questions easily. Writing down bullet points, making charts and graphs helps to learn quickly. The more you practise the better you get at it.
I am a second year chemical engineering student. I am very good at explaining things and would like to help others. I scored 98% in all my subjects at GCSE and did Chemistry, Maths, Further maths and physics in A-levels.
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