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Chemistry

Advanced Level Chemistry

Chemistry is a vital subject for those students wishing to pursue a career in the medical industry.  However the aims of this syllabus make Chemistry a versatile and useful subject for a wide range of applications, both everyday and career orientated.

Throughout the senior school programme we try to teach the subject as practically as possible. In the sixth form Chemistry is studied to AS and A2 level with Cambridge examinations at the end of the course.

AS & A2 Chemistry Syllabus

Syllabus Details

Students, at Greensteds School, study the Cambridge General Certificate of Education International Advanced (A2) Level and Advanced Subsidiary (AS) Level Syllabus.

In the first year (AS Level) the following areas are studied:

Physical Chemistry   

Inorganic Chemistry 

 Organic Chemistry

Atoms, Molecules and Stoichiometry;  

Chemical Periodicity;

Introductory Topics

Atomic Structure; 

Group II

Hydrocarbons

Chemical Bonding;  

Group VII

Halogen Derivatives

States of Matter;  

Nitrogen and Sulphur

Hydroxy Compounds

Chemical Energetics;

 

Carbonyl Compounds

Electrochemistry; 

 

Carboxylic Acids and their Derivatives

Equilibria; 

 

Polymerisation

Reaction Kinetics.

 

 

Chemistry Practicals

In the second year (A2 Level) the above areas are studied to greater depth and the following areas are added:
Group IV; Transition Elements; Arenes and Nitrogen Compounds.
In addition, students study three Applications of Chemistry:

  • Chemistry of Life
  • Applications of Analytical Chemistry 
  • Design and Materials

AS candidates are required to enter for Papers 1, 2 and 3.
A2 candidates are required to enter for Papers 4 and 5.
A Level candidates are required to enter for Papers 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5.

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