Chemistry A Level at Hammersmith Academy
Studying Chemistry at A Level will develop the individual’s knowledge and understanding of this central science and provide a pathway to further study. In Chemistry students learn a range of crucial experimental techniques such as titration, distillation, observational practical skills and qualitative practical skills. They then build on these foundations and focus on applying these skills and their knowledge to solve both practical and theoretical problems.
In a time of many qualifications competing for recognition, Chemistry remains one of the A Levels most highly regarded by top universities.
Eight or more GCSEs at grades A* - C including a minimum grade B in GCSE Chemistry or A in GCSE Additional Science, grade B in GCSE Mathematics, and grade B in GCSE English.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Hammersmith Academy directly.