At CHEMSHEETS.co.uk, we believe that formula literacy is one of the keys to success for students. We have a sheet covering essential knowledge at each age, and then a series of tests that can be used at the start of a lesson every week or two to check students’ formula literacy. A few minutes every week or two will reap rewards in the years to come.

KS3 is here first, with GCSE and AS/A level to follow soon.

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