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A Level in Chemistry A (H432) – OCR Module 5 – Physical chemistry and transition elements Module 6 – Organic chemistry and analysis Students will be required to sit 3 papers / components:- Component 01 – Assessing content from modules 1, 2, 3 and 5. Component 02 – Assessing content from modules 1, 2, 4 and 6. Component 03 – Assessing content from all modules (1 to 6) Chemistryis one of the popular subjects at A Level and beyond. It is a varied and exciting subject which uses many skills developed during your mainstream GCSE education. You will need to have an interest and a clear scientific approach and sound analytical skills. It will be assumed for the purpose of teaching that most students undertaking the course will have some basic GCSE knowledge in the subject. The Chemistry specification(2015) is made up of both Theoreticaland Practical sessions. The Modules covered include: Module 1 – Development of practical skills in chemistry Module 2 – Foundations in chemistry Module 3 – Periodic table and energy Module 4 – Core organic chemistry Recent students who have studied Chemistry have been successful in gaining places on degree courses such as Dentistry and Medicine at both Russell group and Oxbridge universities. You should spend some time researching the Chemistry Specification before making a decision about whether it is the right subject for you. All prospective students are invited and encouraged to attend our Open Days/Evening where members of the Chemistry department will be on hand to give you more information and answer any questions about the course. The Chemistry Team (Sept 2014)