Chemistry A2 – Distance Learning with Tutorials

Adult Skills & Training

Date (from)

Cost

Location

Awarding body

Code

E-Learning - September 2017

There is a cost of £675 to complete this course. 

OCR

SDA2021D11

Course introduction

This course allows students to complete the second year of the GCE Chemistry A level qualification. It has the convenience and flexibility of being delivered mostly by distance learning.

 

Teaching & learning

Learning will be mostly by student self-study using a dedicated textbook with online support and an extensive range of resources available through the College's virtual learning environment (eBrock).

It is therefore essential to have access to the internet.

Minimum entry requirements

Students will need to possess good independent study skills and completed an AS/year 1 A level course in Chemistry.

How will I be assessed?

The A level assessment is made up of three examinations containing multiple choice, short answers and questions requiring an extended response.

Information & support

  • All students are required to attend a two hour group induction workshop.
  • There is also a series of six laboratory-based evening workshops which take two and a half hours each. These workshops will include experiments 7 – 12 of the 12 compulsory experiments required in the full A level qualification.
  • There will also be exam workshops prior to these exams.  
  • Students will receive a minimum of five hours individual support via email, telephone, Skype or face to face.
  • Experienced and competent staff at our adult learning centres can help you decide on your course and progression options.
  • Practical help and advice is provided to assist students with any kind of disability or individual need, including people for whom English is not their first language. Please contact our centre staff to discuss your needs prior to starting your course.

What can I do with this qualification?

Completion of the GCE A Level Chemistry allows progression onto a wide range of careers and entry to degree level courses including medicine and other health related courses as well as chemical, biological and environmental sciences.

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