Chemistry A Level

Need help with A Level Chemistry?

If you are studying A Level Chemistry and need help with either notes, exercises, answers or anything, we have lots of resources to help you. A Level Chemistry is fun and rewarding but it can be a difficult subject to study and there is so much to learn. A Level Chemistry exams are usually hard and students need a lot of practices and help.

A Level Chemistry Study Aids

There are lots of study aids, cliff notes, A Level course companions and other student help books to help you revise for your Chemistry A Level exams.

Beginning A Level Chemistry Course

Most topics you are going to learn in your A Level Chemistry course, you would have come across before but not in depth. A Level Chemistry syllabuses are very detailed and you should be able to learn everything that is required within the time provided. Most books or revision notes will not be able to cover everything you need to pass the A Level Chemistry Exams which is why you need resources from websites. What you will not get in books, you can get from websites. There are lots of great websites that help A Level Chemistry students.

There are basics knowledge of chemistry that you need to have. You need to be familiar with the Periodic Table, know how to use it and know about elements that are often used in examples in A Level Chemistry problems. Most students start by memorizing common chemical equations. Once you understand chemical bonding and chemical equations, then you will no longer have to memorize them.

In A Level Chemistry, you will learn about the shapes of molecules and how atoms are spatially arranged in detail. You will learn to draw three dimensional molecules so it's good to practice early on. Organic chemistry will become fun when you have learned the basic rules. You will learn about gases, liquids, solids and solutions. They will be very useful in chemistry experiments. You will learn about energetics, reaction kinetics, and equilibrium. The study of acids and bases will be a huge topic in A Level Chemistry as well as oxidation and reduction, salt hydrolysis and buffer solutions. A Level Chemistry is surprisingly mathematical so don't be put off by equations and calculations. They can be the easiest problems in your A Level Chemistry exams so learn some chemical laws, equations, formulas and start practicing solving those mathematical problems. We have posted resources throughout our website to help any students of A Level Chemistry and we will be posting more regularly.