This A Level Chemistry Course will cover the full AQA specification, developing essential knowledge and understanding of different areas of the subject and how they relate to each other. It will also improve and demonstrate a deep appreciation of the skills, knowledge and understanding of scientific methods. This course overall will nurture a passion for Chemistry and lay the groundwork for further study in courses like chemistry, medicine and pharmacy at University or to progress in work at work.
Year 1 Chemistry SOW & Year 2 Chemistry SOW – this is a detailed breakdown of how the year will be structured. Please refer back to this for a general guidance regarding the course, but don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.
Why this course?
- You will have full access to this course to study at your own pace 24 hours 7 days a week
- You will have a personal tutor for approximately 2 hours a week (unless otherwise agreed upon) for 6 months (from the start date agreed upon) to teach you the course
- Course assignments marked, with feedback
- Written answers to specific study problems
- Course structure to help you structure a full week of studying
- Formative assessments containing end of topic quizzes and Tutor-Marked Assignments
- Academic Adviser to oversee your course and offer you general guidance
How much does it cost?
How do I apply?
Enrol online, or contact us.
You are expected to have a knowledge of chemistry up to a good GCSE standard.
This means a grade B or above in 2017 and earlier or Grade 5 and above in 2018 or later. In either case, it is expected that the student took the higher tier.
If you have other relevant qualifications or experience which you feel would allow you to study an A-level chemistry course, please contact us.
Examining board and exams
The Chemistry A level course has been developed to prepare you for the AQA Chemistry A-level qualification. The specification number is:
A-level – 7405
The A-level will be assessed as follows:
|Paper||Paper 1||Paper 2||Paper 3|
|What is being assessed||Physical Chemistry – Sections 3.1.1-3.1.4, 3.1.6-3.1.8, 3.1.10-3.1.12||Physical Chemistry – Sections 3.1.2-3.1.6, 3.1.9||Any content|
|Inorganic Chemistry – Section 3.2||Organic Chemistry – Section 3.3|
|Percentage of grade||35%||35%||30%|
|Length of paper||2 hours||2 hours||2 hours|
|Marks||105: short/long responses||105: short/long responses||90: 40 marks – practical techniques and data analysis; 20 marks – testing whole specification; 30 marks – multiple choice questions|
Please note that the AS course may be separately examined and marks from the AS exam are no longer carried forward to the final A level grade. However, it is useful for students to have examination practice, and to assess the progress of their learning and ability.
Check here for details on how this course will be assessed.
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- Lectures 34
- Quizzes 2
- Duration 50 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 36
- Assessments Yes
- Atomic structure
- Atomic Structures – Quiz
- Amount of substance
- Kinetics – Quiz
- Chemical equilibria, Le Chatelier’s principle and Kc
- Oxidation, reduction and redox equations
- Thermodynamics (A-level only)
- Rate equations (A-level only)
- Equilibrium constant Kp for homogeneous systems (A-level only)
- Electrode potentials and electrochemical cells (A-level only)
- Acids and bases (A-level only)
- Introduction to organic chemistry
- Organic analysis
- Optical isomerism (A-level only)
- Aldehydes and ketones (A-level only)
- Carboxylic acids and derivatives (A-level only)
- Aromatic chemistry (A-level only)
- Amines (A-level only)
- Polymers (A-level only)
- Amino acids, proteins and DNA (A-level only)
- Organic synthesis (A-level only)
- Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (A-level only)
- Chromatography (A-level only)