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Chemistry AS/A Level at Djanogly City Academy

Course description

A Level Chemistry attempts to answer the big question ‘What is the world made of?’. It is the search for this answer that makes this subject so fascinating.

From investigating how one substance can be changed drastically into another to researching a new wonder drug to save millions of lives, the opportunities that chemistry provides are endless.

Entry requirements

A Level Chemistry builds on the work done in GCSE Science and GCSE Maths, so you’ll need a grade B from both. Written communication is also important and you’ll need to be a strong writer. 

Assessment

There is no coursework on this course. However, your performance during practicals will be assessed. There are three exams at the end of the two years for A Level, all of which are two hours long.

At least 15% of the marks for A Level Chemistry are based on what you learn in your practicals. The AS Level has two exams at the end of the year, both are 90 minutes long

Future opportunities

Possible degree options include Chemistry, Biology, Pre-Clinical Medicine, Mathematics and Pharmacology. Possible career options including a analytical chemist, a chemical engineer, a clinical biochemist, a pharmacologist, a doctor, a research scientist (physical sciences), an environmental consultant, a higher education lecturer and a patent attorney. 

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Djanogly City Academy directly.

Last updated date: 06 December 2016
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    • Nottingham City Transport Yellow Line buses (numbers 69, 70, 71 and 72) leave Trinity Square every 5 minutes and stop right outside the Academy on Sherwood Rise.