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Chemistry AS/A2 Level - Two year course This course gives a fascinating survey of all main areas of chemistry: Organic - the chemistry of carbon compounds Inorganic - the chemistry of metals and non-metals other than carbon Physical - the study of heat changes and rates of reaction The course includes chemical calculations, the study of modern instrumental methods of analysis, practical work, frequent tests to aid learning and regular homework assignments. In year one (AS), study is based on two modules, covering the basic concepts in organic, inorganic and physical chemistry. The second year of the course (A2) involves the study of several topics studied in the AS course, but in greater depth. Studying Chemistry involves a great deal of problem-solving. Careers and Further Studies A Level Chemistry is an essential requirement for anyone intending a career in medicine, veterinary science, chemistry, pharmacy, biochemistry and forensic science. AS/A2 Level Chemistry are useful supporting qualifications for students intending to study Biology, Physiotherapy, Dentistry and Materials Science. Many students study Chemistry at university. General Entry Requirements Students will need the following: 1. An average GCSE points score of 4.7 calculated from your eight best GCSEs or equivalent vocational qualifications but must include GCSE Maths and English Language. 2. At least five GCSEs at grade C or above which must include GCSE English Language.

Chemistry AS/A2 Level - Two year course This course gives a fascinating survey of all main areas of chemistry: Organic - the chemistry of carbon compounds Inorganic - the chemistry of metals and non-metals other than carbon Physical - the study of heat changes and rates of reaction The course includes chemical calculations, the study of modern instrumental methods of analysis, practical work,...

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