What's the best way to group study in Chemistry? As in, how do you go through the lessons together? Just ask each other questions? :/
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Do exam questions together inclusive of class assignments.
Oh. But what's the difference in answering questions together and as an individual? Won't you get confused with each other's different answer versions?
no u wont it will widen your knowledge only if u could make it a point that each an everyone of u answers through immersion eplain through immersion
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the best way to learn chemistry is to teach it to somebody else. Do what ALS suggests, everyone work on a different problem and share results and method. If you have a supplemental problems book, it will usually have example problems worked out in every step for you to follow along with.
I agree with JFraser. The best possible way to learn a subject is to teach it to someone else.