Wrong A levels. Want to take another one in a gap year.Watch
as level - finish in summer
a2 level - finish by february
then go to :http://www.a-levelchemistry.co.uk/, print out all of the papers and do them.
whilst you are doing this, i suggest using the specimen papers on the aqa website as a way of assessing your progress.
http://www.a-levelchemistry.co.uk/. this website also has a lot of topic tests which can also be used to assess your understanding of topics.
topics you need to focus for A2
Acids and Bases
If you are interested in studying A level Chemistry online while on your gap year, the National Extension College offers A levels that have been designed to the latest specifications to give you the best possible chance of success. You’ll need to study for around 350 hours for each A level, plus additional time to complete assignments. This breaks down to around 8-9 hours per week across one academic year.
You’ll have access to your course for up to 24 months and this can usually be extended if needed, giving you the flexibility to work to your own timetable, around your other commitments.
As long as you have an internet connection you can study anywhere in the world and be ready for exams in 2020.
If you are thinking of doing your practical endorsements for Biology and/or Chemistry, please read the following:
A Practical Endorsement is a laboratory skills assessment after which a ‘Pass’ or ‘Not Classified’ is added to your certificate separately to your grade. Check with your university if they require it for each science A level.
Work is completed in a laboratory over four non-consecutive dates in February and Easter holidays in the year of your exams.
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