A Level Chemistry

A Level

Distance

£ 349 VAT inc.

Description

  • Type

    A Level

  • Methodology

    Distance Learning

  • Class hours

    200h

For those of you new to A levels, these courses consist of two parts, the AS and A2. Both parts are covered here providing students with an opportunity to acheive their full A level AQA certification and invaluable UCAS points. Perfect for students looking to gain a university place.
Suitable for: Wanting a place at university or simply want a recognised qualification.

About this course

Students are recommended to posses the ability to read and write english to GCSE standards and be over 16 years of age.

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Course programme

AS Level

Unit 1 – CHEM1 – Foundation Chemistry

Topics

1.1 – Atomic Structure

1.2 – Amount of Substance

1.3 – Bonding

1.4 – Periodicity

1.5 – Introduction to Organic Chemistry

1.6 – Alkanes

Unit 2 – CHEM2 – Chemistry in Action

Topics

2.1 – Energetics

2.2 – Kinetics

2.3 – Equilibria

2.4 – Redox Reactions

2.5 – Group 7, the Halogens

2.6 – Group 2, the Alkaline Earth Metals

2.7 – Extraction of Metals

2.8 – Haloalkanes

2.9 – Alkenes

2.10 – alcohols

2.11 – Analytical Techniques

Unit 3 – Investigative and practical skills

Topics

In the course of their experimental work, candidates should learn to:

· Demonstrate and describe ethical, safe and skilful practical techniques

· Process and select appropriate qualitative and quantitative methods

· Make, record and communicate reliable and valid observations

· Make measurements with appropriate precision and accuracy

· Analyse, interpret, explain and evaluate the methodology, results and impact of their own and others’ experimental and investigative activities in a variety of ways

Unit 4 – CHEM4 – Kinetics, Equilibria and Organic Chemistry

Topics

4.1 – Kinetics

4.2 – Equilibria

4.3 – Acids and Bases

4.4 – Nomenclature and Isomerism in Organic Chemistry

4.5 – Compounds Containing the Carbonyl Group

4.6 – Aromatic Chemistry

4.7 – Amines

4.8 – Amino Acids

4.9 – Polymers

4.10 – Organic Synthesis and Analysis

4.11 – Structure Determination

Unit 5 – CHEM5 – Energetics, Redox and Inorganic Chemistry

Topics

5.1 – Thermodynamics

5.2 – Periodicity

5.3 – Redox Equilibria

5.4 – Transition Metals

5.5 – reactions of Inorganic Compounds in Aqueous Solutions

Unit 6 - Investigative and practical skills in A2 Biology

Topics

In the course of their experimental work, candidates should learn to:

• Demonstrate and describe ethical, safe and skilful practical techniques

• Process and select appropriate qualitative and quantitative methods

• Make, record and communicate reliable and valid observations

• Make measurements with appropriate precision and accuracy

• Analyse, interpret, explain and evaluate the methodology, results and impact of their own and others’ experimental and investigative activities in a variety of ways

A Level Chemistry

£ 349 VAT inc.