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A-Level Chemistry

 

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Exam Board: AQA

Entry Requirements: Grade 6 or above in Chemistry or 6/6 in Combined Science.

Why study Chemistry?

If you enjoyed chemistry at GCSE, you’ll love this A/AS level course. In two years you’ll get an in-depth knowledge of this fascinating subject: chemistry develops your research, problem-solving and analytical skills and allows you to challenge ideas, use logic and step-by-step reasoning. Studying this exciting subject involves a combination of theoretical understanding and practical experiments, picking up a raft of subject-specific knowledge and transferable skills in the process. You will also find out how chemists are real innovators, designing solutions to the problems that affect modern life. This makes it a subject that’s interesting and engaging to study, and one that will prepare you for a diverse array of career options.

What does the course involve?

Core Content: Physical Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry and Organic Chemistry:

Where will Chemistry lead me post Sixth Form?

A-level chemistry is a good choice for students considering careers in medicine, engineering, product development, pharmaceuticals, teaching and other STEM related fields. Chemistry also teaches excellent problem-solving skills that will leave students more than capable of handling responsibilities in numerous other sectors, however unrelated to chemistry they may seem.

For more information: Please contact Ms Joseph: fran.joseph@sirthomasfremantle.org