The aims of this specification are to encourage you to:
• Develop your interest in, and enthusiasm for Chemistry
• Appreciate how society makes decisions about scientific issues
and how the sciences contribute to the success of the economy
• Develop and demonstrate a deeper appreciation of the skills,
knowledge and understanding of how science works
• Develop your essential knowledge and understanding of
different areas of Chemistry and how they relate to each other
Unit F321: Atoms,
Bonds and Groups.
Unit F322: Chains, Energy and
Unit F323: Practical Skills in Chemistry.
Unit F324: Rings, Polymers and Analysis.
F325: Equilibrium, Energetics and Elements.
Practical Skills in Chemistry.
For both AS and A2 the tasks will be chosen from a selection
provided by OCR. The Qualitative and Quantitative tasks will
test your skills of observation and measurement.
GCSE Science (Double award) grade BB or GCSE Chemistry grade B
is recommended. You should also have studied Mathematics
(minimum requirement Grade C) and be able to write using
appropriate scientific language
Medicine and Medical Sciences, Veterinary Science, Chemistry,
Biochemistry, and many other science based careers. The
prerequisite for Medicine, Medical Sciences and Veterinary
Science at University is often the majority of GCSE, AS and A
levels at grades A & A*.