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SEAB O Level Chemistry Syllabus

Achieve A In Chemistry

The O level chemistry tuition programme is geared towards preparing students for the O level chemistry paper in an exam oriented fashion. Tuition programmes are modelled closely after examination requirements and tutors will be sure to provide students with the necessary materials and guidance needed for them to achieve distinction in the subject.

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SEAB O Level Chemistry Syllabus 2017

Achieve A In Chemistry

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The O level chemistry tuition programme is geared towards preparing students for the O level chemistry paper in an exam oriented fashion. Tuition programmes are modelled closely after examination requirements and tutors will be sure to provide students with the necessary materials and guidance needed for them to achieve distinction in the subject.

Examination Format

O Level Chemistry Paper Examination Format

Chemistry at the O levels can be a demanding subject with the amount of concepts, laws and formulas to remember. However knowing the examination format and its syllabus requirements can help students overcome this because it allows them to focus their energy on the right areas.

Combined Science (Chemistry/Physics) or (Chemistry/Biology)

The O level combined science paper consists of 4 components, the multiple choice paper, practical test paper and 2 structured free response papers from the student’s respective combined science subject, Chemistry/Physics or Chemistry/Biology.

Pure Chemistry 6092

Students taking pure chemistry at the upper secondary level can expect to sit for 3 papers, the multiple choice paper, the structured free response paper and the science practical assessment (SPA) paper.

Chemistry Examination Trends

Be In Touch With Examination Trends

In recent years, chemistry papers have been focused on real world application, which requires students to apply whatever chemistry related concepts to real world scenarios. Questions have also been increasingly focused on testing whether students are able to see the relevance of chemistry in our everyday lives.