You’ve sat your mock exam, or tried a past paper and felt the horror of seeing the analytical chem question for the first time. You know – the one with all the spectra and not much else.
What did you think or feel when you saw it?
“We didn’t get taught this.”
Teachers and examiners will disagree. In class you will have been taught the individual analytical methods and how to interpret them.
But, in all likelihood, you haven’t been taught how to tackle a question like this. How to piece together the information from each spectrum.
So, how do you do a question like this? What approach should you take in order to get all the marks?
Learn my 5 step method to tackle questions like this. I show you the method, where to start and how to make sure you have the correct answer.