Loader
Course Image

Course Description

A2 Level Chemistry Why should I study A2 Level Chemistry? To gain an understanding of how Chemistry influences our everyday lives - from applications in industry and medicine to advances in technology. There will also be opportunities to develop practical skills. There is an increasing demand for people with qualifications in Chemistry to work in the chemical industry, as pharmacists, forensic and environmental scientists. The course will enable students to Study a Science or Chemistry degree at University Enter Science or Chemistry based employment What will be studied on the course? Students will study 3 units: Unit 4: Kinetics, Equilibria and Organic Chemistry Unit 5: Energetics, Redox and Inorganic Chemistry Unit 6: Investigative and Practical Skills When does the course start and how long does it last? The course starts in September and will finish in June What qualifications are needed to do the course? Learners are expected to have a minimum of a grade D at AS level Chemistry Where is the course based? This will be held at our Consett campus. How will the learner be assessed? Unit 4 (40%) will be assessed by a written examination (105min) Unit 5 (40%) will be assessed by a written examination (105min) Unit 6 assessment (20%) comprises three parts: Centre-Assessed Unit Investigative Skills Assignment (ISA) Practical Skills Assessment (PSA) How much will the course cost? Textbooks are available from LRC free of charge. All safety equipment and lab coats are provided by the department. You may be asked to cover costs of transport for any visits arranged throughout the course. What progression routes are available? Successful completion of an A level in Chemistry may lead to: Entry onto a Science or Chemistry based degree Entry into Science or Chemistry based employment

A2 Level Chemistry Why should I study A2 Level Chemistry? To gain an understanding of how Chemistry influences our everyday lives - from applications in industry and medicine to advances in technology. There will also be opportunities to develop practical skills. There is an increasing demand for people with qualifications in Chemistry to work in the chemical industry, as pharmacists, forensic...

Read More

Related Courses