Accessibility links

Chemistry A level at Richard Challoner School

Course description

The Chemistry A level is made up of six modules: Development of practical skills in Chemistry; Foundations in Chemistry; Periodic table and energy; Core organic Chemistry; Physical Chemistry and transition elements; Organic Chemistry and analysis. Through the study of these modules, students will develop knowledge, understanding and application of a range of ideas in Chemistry, including ideas of atoms and molecules, environmental aspects, manufacturing processes and the importance of Chemistry to the economy and society.

Entry requirements

GCSE Grade 6 or above in Chemistry and one other science (GCSE Biology or GCSE Physics) or Grade 6:6 or above in GCSE Combined Science.

Grade 5 or above in Mathematics and English Language

Assessment

Students study six modules, then sit three written papers assessing all six modules. Students will work towards a teacherassessed Practical Endorsement.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Richard Challoner School directly.

Last updated date: 27 October 2017
Provider logo

Key information

Venues