Studying chemistry can be easy if it is done in the right manner. While the subject can get a little confusing and intimidating with diagrams, reactions, formulas, symbols, calculations, etc. students can easily master the subject and even perform well in the exams. Students need to be directed towards smart ways which they can adapt quickly and follow it in their daily study routine.

Most of the time, the subject can be more exciting and fun when students change their attitude towards it and develop the right approach and not give up on it so quickly. We tend to hear many students say, “chemistry is tough” “I don’t understand it”, but the fact is that if you clearly understand the concepts in chemistry tackling questions will be a walk in the park. Besides, you will even get an idea about what kind of problems to expect in the exams. To help students overcome the fear of chemistry and get a better grip on the subject, we have come up with some effective study techniques which are mentioned below.

**Change Your Mindset**

Chemistry is hard if you think it is hard! It all begins with changing your mindset towards the subject. Take interest in knowing the content and at the same time accept the challenges in studying this subject. Be more persistent and develop better concentration as learning the chemistry language takes some time and practice.

**Modify Your learning Habits**

Chemistry is one subject which makes use of both memory and problems solving skills. You have to be adept in both memorising the concepts as well as apply them in a real-world context. You should also remember to master one concept fully before moving on to the next one. For example, you need to clearly understand what a mixture is before learning about the buffer solution. Learning the basics and building on them is quite important.

**What Is The Chemistry Course About **

One of the effective ways to get better at chemistry is by going through and understanding the syllabus. Doing this exercise will give you a good idea of the chapters and topics in the curriculum. Getting an overview of the syllabus will seemingly help you develop an effective preparation strategy for the exams as well as stay ahead in the class.

**The Relation Between Chemistry And Maths**

Chemistry uses maths and its various mathematical ideas like algebra, etc. While this serves as a barrier for many of the students in learning the subject, you should focus on improving your math skills. Apart from that, you should realise that there is no way around science other than practising as much as possible.

**Formulas And Experiments**

Chemistry is all about euqations, formulas, symbols and chemical reactions. You should memorise all the essential formulas and keep recollecting them often. You can write down the formulas on a separate notebook and use it to revise them. On the other hand, using the laboratory often will also help you gain practical experience and learn even difficult topics like Cannizzaro reaction or titration more clearly.

There is no denying that chemistry is indeed a hard subject if we consider the context, but it can be made easier by following the given steps.

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