A2-Level Chemistry – Term 3

£120.00

£12.00 per 1hr 30min lesson (£8.00 per hour). Term three of three of a one-year course.

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Course Overview

This course covers the content for the AQA and Edexcel International Specifications in Chemistry. It is a one-year course and assumes that AS-level Chemistry has already been achieved.

At AS-Level, the assessment of practical skills is by written exams only. At A2-Level a separate practical endorsement can be taken. This is advisable if the student wishes to study science at university.

Course Method

Class notes are distributed in advance and are filled in during the class.

Homework is set from the current AQA Chemistry A2-Level student book which must be purchased in advance (2nd edition; ISBN 9780198357711). Homework is self-marked. Tests compiled from past exam papers are set on completion of each topic and are marked by the teacher.

Lessons are interactive, focusing on achieving excellent understanding of the content, developing good scientific methodology, and developing the critical and analytical thinking skills necessary for further study in Chemistry.

All practical work is taught by the use of videos. A video recording is made of each lesson (with only the teacher visible) and upon request it can be made temporarily available to a student who missed the lesson.

Course Details

Term 3 finishes the course with more analytical Chemistry. Modern techniques such as Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy are taught as tools to determine chemical structure. This is a short term as the A-Level exams are in June.

Term 3 comprises 10 lessons (two per week for five weeks). Each lesson lasts 1hr 30 minutes.

This PX Classroom is held on Tuesdays at 8.30am and Wednesdays at 9am (London time zone), starting from Tuesday, 29th April 2025. There will be no lessons during the half-term week which commences 26th May. The last lessons are due to be on 3rd and 4th June 2025.

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