|Year 13 Curriculum Outlines|
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Introduction and Aims
The syllabus is designed to give emphasis on the understanding and application of scientific concepts and principles and less emphasis on factual material whilst still giving a thorough introduction to the study of Chemistry.
The syllabus aims are to:
Principles of Chemistry 1
Principles of Chemistry 2
Final preparations are made for the exam. Students take part in revision classes and attempt practice exam papers.
Candidates must take three papers:
This is worth 50% of the overall A-Level in total. These marks are totalled with the candidates AS marks to give an overall grade.
Chemistry would normally be studied alongside courses in Biology, Mathematics or Physics. A-Level Chemistry prepares candidates to progress into further or higher education, to follow various courses in the scientific field such as Chemistry, Medicine and Biochemistry. It contributes to lifelong learning skills