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Chemistry A Level at Northallerton School & Sixth Form College

Course description

During the two years of the course you will study a range of different topics. These include all the theory for further study in chemistry  and related subjects but all about specific process in industry. There is a strong element of practical work throughout the course which complements the theory.

Course content

A variety of teaching and learning styles are used. including practical work. individual research, interactive lectures and group work We are also keen to promote self-study as this is vital to success at A level. One-to-one feedback is also given on a regular basis to ensure students are provided with the support they need to succeed. 
 

Entry requirements

A  minimum of grade B GCSE in the science and grade 6 in English and maths

Assessment

AS Level:

Physical and Inorganic - 1.5 hours - 50%

Physical and Organic - 1.5 hours - 50%

A Level:

Physical and Inorganic - 2 hours - 35%

Physical and Organic - 2 hours - 35%

Synoptic Paper - 2 hours - 30%

Future opportunities

Traditionally, A level chemistry is key to studying degrees in medicine. veterinary science. dentistry and, of course, chemistry. It also provides a broad set of analytical and mathematical skills key to subjects such as law, geological sciences and accountancy. to name but a few. 
 

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Northallerton School & Sixth Form College directly.

Last updated date: 29 November 2016

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