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SIBFORD SIXTH FORM


Chemistry


A Level Exam Board: OCR (Salters)


ENTRY REQUIREMENT • GCSE Chemistry or Combined Science Grade 7 • GCSE Mathematics Grade 6 • GCSE English Language Grade 6. The above represent recommended grades, but each each student will be considered on an individual basis.


The excitement of contemporary Chemistry is conveyed through this course. It explores the frontiers of research, applications of Chemistry and how Chemistry influences our lives; relating these concepts to the theoretical ideas that students need for A Level studies. The course is full of practical activities and research providing the opportunity to present ideas as written or verbal reports. Opportunities exist for you to improve your ability to think clearly and logically, using ICT in developing your understanding of Chemistry


A Level Chemistry H433 (2 year course) Elements of life. Developing Fuels. Elements from the sea. The ozone story. What’s in a medicine? The Chemical Industry. Polymers and life. The oceans. Developing metals. Colour by design.


Paper 1: Fundamentals of Chemistry • 2 hours 15 minute exam • 110 marks • 41% of total A Level. Questions covering theory and practical skills.


Paper 2: Scientific Literacy in Chemistry • 2 hour 15 minute exam • 100 marks • 37% of total A Level. Questions covering theory, practical skills and chemical literacy.


Paper 3: Practical Skills in Chemistry • 1 hour 30 minute exam • 60 marks • 22% of total A Level.


Practical Endorsement for Chemistry (None exam assessment) Pass/Fail.


There may be an opportunity for students to sit an AS exam at the end of Year 12, but this will be decided on an individual basis.


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