Who is it for?
The content of the course consists of:
- Physical Chemistry
- Organic Chemistry
- Inorganic Chemistry
(35% of A Level) Relevant Physical Chemistry topics, Organic Chemistry and relevant practical skills.
(35% of A Level) Relevant Physical Chemistry topics, Inorganic Chemistry and relevant practical skills.
All content and practical skills.
All universities accept Chemistry A Level as being a good A Level. Chemistry A Level is highly regarded by all universities
Chemistry offers a wide range of career opportunities in many industries here are some of the most highly paid:
- Veterinary services
- Chemical engineering
- Oil companies
- Armed forces
- Biomedical Science,
- Health/Medical Professions,
- Environmental Agencies,
- Microbiology Departments
- , Science Technician, Nursing,
- Medical Laboratory Analysis,
- Research and Education,
- Food Manufacturing, Environment and Conservation,
- Animal Health and Breeding
These are but a few generic suggestions and each one has many different career paths within them.