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ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:

Entry agreed to by this year’s Chemistry teacher or the Head of Science.

 

COURSE CONTENT:

The topics covered are energy changes, equilibrium, precipitation, acids and bases, atomic structure, radioactivity, molecules, carbon compounds, halogens, transition metals and redox. They follow on from those in the Form 6 (Level Seven) course and give the extra detail needed to make the study of Chemistry at tertiary level easier.

 

 

HOW IS IT ASSESSED?

A combination of internally and externally assessed achievement and unit standards totalling at least 20 credits.

 

WHERE DOES IT LEAD?

Since most scientific and technical careers involve Chemistry, its study at Year 13 is essential for anyone wanting to qualify in the health, horticultural, agricultural, biological, pharmaceutical, geological, veterinary, scientific, architectural, engineering or technical fields.

 

COSTS:

A $20 practical manual is required.