In addition the study of chemistry gives you the opportunity to develop a wide range of key skills, including oral and written communication, working in teams, problem-solving and the use of IT. Chemistry is a very challenging subject but it can also be exciting, stimulating and enjoyable.
Paper 1: Relevant Physical, Inorganic and Practical skills.
Written exam: 2 hour; 105 marks; 35% of the A-level
Paper 2: Relevant Physical, Organic and Practical skills.
Written exam: 2 hours; 105 marks; 35% of the A-level
Paper 3: All A-level content will be assessed.
Written exam 2 hours; 90 marks; 30% of the A-level
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