QCE - Chemistry Units 3 & 4

Chemistry Units 3 & 4 Tutoring at TuteSmart

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Chemistry is often considered the central science and a deep understanding of chemistry is highly beneficial to anyone who wishes to pursue science in the future. Students learn to understand conceptual models around what the building blocks of the world are and how those components relate together, as well as limitations of these concepts and applications in everyday life and industry. Additionally, chemistry develops scientific understanding and communication which facilities use of evidence based decision making - which is beneficial regardless of future pathways taken.

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Chemistry’s integration of strong analytical, communication, conceptualisation, and application skills can be demanding for students who are used to focusing on one of these areas at a time. Our tutors ensure that they cover all of these elements, not just separately, but holistically as well. As recent graduates, our tutors are well-equipped to empathise with students and understand the hurdles they are facing in their learning. As high achievers who have continued their science studies, our tutors are well-equipped with knowledge and techniques to ensure students leap the hurdles in their path.

QCE Chemistry Units 3 & 4 Tutors

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QCE Chemistry Units 3 & 4 Curriculum

Types of Systems & Changes, Equilibrium Introduction & Activation Energy & Factors Effecting Equilibrium
Factors Affecting Equilibrium & Revising Key Concepts
Further practice questions & Non-exam Style Assessment
Graphing Equilibrium & Equilibrium Constant
Acids & Bases & the pH scale
The Brønsted-Lowry Model & Dissociation Constants
Acid-Base Indictators, End Points & Equivalance Points, Titration Curves
Practice Exam & Review (Equilibrium, pH & titration)
Predicting & Identifying Oxidation/Reduction & Oxidation states
Redox Reactions - Introduction & Examples
Electrode & Cell Potentials
Galvanic Cells
Electrolytic Cells & Galvanic Vs Electrolytic
Practice Exam & Review (Redox & electrochemistry)
Hydrocarbon Skeletons & Functional Groups
Naming Organic Compounds - IUPAC Rules
IUPAC Continued, Isomers & Physical Properties
IUPAC Continued, Isomers & Physical Properties
Physical properties & trends of organic compounds
Organic Reaction Pathways
Organic Reactions Pathways continued & Practice Work
Consolidating Organic Reactions Pathways & Practice Questions
Organic materials: structure and function
Organic materials: structure and function 2
Analytical Techniques
Practice Exam & Review (Organic chemistry basics & types of reactions)
Practice Exam & Review (Important molecules & chemical analysis)
Reagents, Reaction Conditions
Optimisation & Important Processes
Scaling Economically & Fuel Production
Yield, Limiting Reagents & Addition Polymers
Atom Economy & Green Chemistry
Revision
Revision
Revision
Revision
Revision
Mock Exam 1
Exam Review & Revision
Mock Exam 2
Exam Review & Revision
Mock Exam 3
Exam Review & Revision
Mock Exam 4
Exam Review & Revision
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