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The Chemistry Academy offers a broad range of chemistry subjects from secondary 1 to Junior College. Whether you are currently in IP, IB, O level or A level stream, we will definitely able to cater to your need and meet your expectations. We have developed a very comprehensive and systematic approach to help you to achieve your desire results.

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Chemistry Programmes

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GCE A’level 9729 / 8872

Chemistry Syllabus 2017

 

Understanding the JC A Level Chemistry Syllabus

Students taking the A level Chemistry examination are advised to examine the syllabus requirements and identify the critical components that affect the way they should revise the topics. They can either study H1 Chemistry (9729) or H2 Chemistry (8872) at the Advanced Level

Areas of study for JC Chemistry

 

Students are introduced to a broad spectrum of topics that delves into the field of chemistry

Students taking H2 Chemistry will study more topics than those taking the H1 Chemistry

Nevertheless, the objective is to help students to develop a better understanding of the natural science of physics

For H1 Chemistry (8872)

 

Redox

Equilibria

Energetics

Organic Chemistry

Periodicity

For H2 Chemistry (9729)

 

Redox

Kinetics

Energetics

Equilibria

Chemistry of aqueous Solution

Organic Chemistry

Electrochemistry

Chemistry of the Transition Elements

Periodicity

 

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Examination Format for Chemistry

 

One of the key areas of the A level Chemistry Syllabus is the scheme of assessment, in which students are required to complete a set of papers within a given timeframe. Each of these papers contains specific types of questions that assesses the ability of students to apply their chemistry knowledge effectively.

 

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H2 Chemistry (9729) Exam format

 

Paper 1: Multiple Choice Questions

For students taking H2 Chemistry, they are required to complete four papers. Paper 1 consist of 30 multiple choice questions that are to be completed within 1 hour. Paper 1 occupies 15% of the overall grade.

Paper 2: Structured Questions

Paper 2 comprises of structured questions that require students to integrate knowledge based on their understanding of the A level Chemistry Syllabus. Within this paper, the students will be required to answer a series of questions that are chapters interlinked. Paper 2 is to be completed within 2 hours and it occupies 30% overall grade.

Paper 3: Long Structured Questions

Paper 3 contains the essay questions that involves integrated topics. The duration of the paper is 2 hours and it occupies at least 35% of the overall grade

Paper 4: Practical Assessment

Paper 4 is also known as a practical assessment. It will assess the practical skills of the students, in terms of planning, lab skills, observation and presentation of data. The students are given 2.5 hours to complete the assessment, which occupies 20% of the overall grade.

H2 Chemistry (8866) Exam format

 

For students taking H1 Chemistry, they are expected to complete two papers

Paper 1: Multiple Choice Questions

For students taking H2 Chemistry, they are required to complete four papers. Paper 1 consist of 30 multiple choice questions that are to be completed within 50 mins. Paper 1 occupies 33%of the overall grade.

Paper 2: Structure and Free Response Questions

Paper 2 comprises of structured questions that require students to integrate knowledge based on their understanding of the A level Chemistry Syllabus. Within this paper, the students will be required to answer a series of questions that are chapters interlinked. Paper 2 is to be completed within 2 hours and it occupies 67% overall grade.

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