Chemistry A level at Wren Academy
Why does ice float on water? Why is copper sulphate blue? How do we know if a reaction is going to happen? If you want to be able to explain phenomena like this, and learn more about the captivating and varied world of the elements, then Chemistry is the course for you.
- Introduction to organic chemistry
- Reactions of haloalkanes, alkenes and alcohols.
- Introduction to spectroscopy.
- Compounds containing the carbonyl group.
- Reactions of amines
- Organic synthesis and analysis
- Ionic, covalent and metallic bonding and intermolecular forces
- Transition Metals
- Atomic structure
- Acids and Bases
You will need to gain an A grade in Chemistry or Double Science at GCSE to pursue this subject at AS and A2 Level.
Inorganic and physical chemistry - Written Exam - 2 hours
Organic and physical chemistry - Written Exam - 2 hours
Practical Skills, data handling and synopsis - Written Exam - 2 hours
If you want to pursue any science based career, then chemistry is a subject that will keep your options open. Chemistry is an essential qualification for a large number of careers (including medicine, veterinary science, chemical sciences, marine biology and pharmacy) as well as being an excellent subject to study alongside any other A Level.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Wren Academy directly.