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What is A-Level Chemistry?
A-Level Chemistry is a modular course consisting of six modules spaced out over two years. There is a degree of flexibility associated with this course structure, giving you slightly more choice and specialisation when studying. A lot of the areas covered in A-level Chemistry are familiar to those you would have studied at GCSE, however there are several new topics you will encounter whilst on the course.
Most A-level Chemistry courses feature the modules foundation chemistry, chains and rings, how far, how fast?, chains, rings and spectroscopy, trends and patterns and finally, unifying concepts. The majority of the modules are assessed via an examination, however there are some coursework assignments involved. You will often spend time conducting experiments and research in a laboratory environment, so you must be prepared to work with a range of scientific equipment.
Students of A-level Chemistry generally leave the course with the ability to recognise, recall and show understanding of specific chemical facts, terminology, principals, concepts and practical ability. The A-level Chemistry course will show students how to use information with the view of interpreting phenomena and effects of chemical principles, as well as presenting arguments and ideas in a logical and clear manner.
Learners will cover a variety of A-Level topics during the course, this varies depending on exam boards.
If you wanted to go into a career in any form of medicine including dentistry or veterinarian then you will find A-level Chemistry is compulsory. However, there are many subjects and careers where this is the case, as well as there being many options where an A-level chemistry qualification is desirable. Having an A-level Chemistry is a very desirable trait and is a highly respected qualification to have in academic circles.
Possible career and course options available to you via A-level chemistry qualification include: medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, veterinary science, chemistry, biochemistry, forensic science, biological/engineering careers, optometry, microbiology, environmental sciences, natural sciences, pharmacology and software engineering & physiology. All of the above mentioned fields require A-level chemistry as essential (unless other qualifications are offered). Careers and courses that find chemistry desirable include food technology, nursing, physiotherapy, radiography, paramedical courses, law and zoology.
How Can A-Level Chemistry Tuition Help?
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