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Top 3 A-levels in Chemistry 2019

A-levels are tests students in the UK take to gain entrance into university. Each test covers a different subject, and a student’s score can help him or her choose an area for advanced study.

Chemistry is often referred to as the central science because it seems to unify the other branches of natural science together, including biology, geology, and physics. Many believe the origins of chemistry to be traced back several thousands of years, to the practice of alchemy.

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UK Open College

This course covers the brand new spec introduced in September 2015. Chemistry is concerned with the science of matter, particularly its structure, properties and reaction ... [+]

This course covers the brand new spec introduced in September 2015. Chemistry is concerned with the science of matter, particularly its structure, properties and reactions. Chemistry is of central importance to the sciences as a whole as the chemical reactions that it governs are fundamental to all of science. This A Level chemistry course contains all the information you will need to pass the A-Level Chemistry exams. You will have a personal tutor for the entirety of this course, who will be more than happy to aid you in completing this course, and will be available to mark all the end of unit assessments.

This specification is designed to encourage candidates to:

Gain data analysis skills Appreciate how science works and its relevance beyond the laboratory Develop an enthusiasm for Chemistry Study Chemistry in a contemporary context Qualification: A Level Chemistry (7405) Accredited: Yes QCF Recognised: Yes Awarding Body: AQA Start Date: Anytime - We enrol 365 days a year Duration: Flexible - Approx 700 Hours - 2 Years Support UCAS Points: Dependant on Grades Syllabus ... [-]
United Kingdom UK Online
Open Enrollment
Part-time
700 hours
Online
Exeter College

This two-year course is designed to provide a smooth transition from GCSE Core/Additional Science and GCSE Chemistry courses and to interface with the needs of Higher Edu ... [+]

What is it like to study this course and how will I be assessed?

This two year course is designed to provide a smooth transition from GCSE Core/Additional Science and GCSE Chemistry courses and to interface with the needs of Higher Education courses. It provides an appreciation and understanding of important chemical principles which are fundamental to the understanding of the world in which we live. The course also encourages students to come to understand how scientists investigate scientific phenomena in their attempts to explain the world around us. Students develop their practical skills to complement their understanding of chemical concepts. The study of chemistry is useful in understanding other areas of science.... [-]

United Kingdom Exeter
August 2019
Full-time
2 years
Campus
Richard Huish College

If you enjoyed Chemistry at GCSE you will love this course. You will gain an appreciation of the nature and importance of modern chemical theories. ... [+]

Chemistry A Level Full-time Examining Board: AQA

If you enjoyed Chemistry at GCSE, you would love this course. You will gain an appreciation of the nature and importance of modern chemical theories. Chemistry makes a major contribution to the needs of society. We will use a variety of teaching methods – lessons with interactive smart board, demonstrations, group work, presentations, workshops and research.

The new AQA linear A Level Chemistry course will be taught in 2015. This means that students will sit all of their exams at the end of the second year.

Here are some of the topics we cover:

Atomic structure Moles, bonding and periodicity Organic Chemistry Energy, kinetics Thermodynamics and much more. ... [-]
United Kingdom Taunton
August 2019
Full-time
Campus