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AS Papers

Paper 1 is Inorganic and Physical Chemistry


Paper 2 is Organic and Physical Chemistry


Paper 1 and paper 2 are both a total of 80 marks, each makes up 50% of the AS grade. There are 65 marks of short and long answer questions and 15 marks of multiple choice questions

A-level Papers

Paper 1 is Inorganic and Physical Chemistry


Paper 2 is Organic and Physical Chemistry


Paper 3 is any content


Paper 1 and paper 2 are both a total of 105 marks, each paper makes up 35% of the A-level grade. There will be 105 marks from short and long answer questions

Paper 3 is worth 90 marks making up 30% of the A-level. There will be 40 marks of questions on practical techniques and data analysis, 20 marks of questions testing across the specification followed by 30 marks of multiple choice questions