What is C2 in GCSE?

What is C2 in GCSE?


What topics are in C2?

C2 topics

  • Development of the periodic table.
  • Electronic structures and the periodic table.
  • Group 1 – the alkali metals.
  • Group 7 – the halogens.
  • Explaining trends.
  • The transition elements.

What is the difference between combined science trilogy and synergy?

In trilogy, you study each of the sciences separately and have 2 exams on biology, 2 on chemistry, and 2 on physics. Synergy has 4 papers, 2 on life and environmental sciences and 2 on physical sciences.

What is C1 GCSE?

C1.1 The fundamental ideas in chemistry Atoms and elements are the building blocks of chemistry. Atoms contain protons, neutrons and electrons.

What do I need to revise for GCSE maths?

Core maths topics that are included in GCSEs are:

  • Structure and calculation.
  • Fractions, decimals and percentages.
  • Measures and accuracy.
  • Algebra.
  • Ratio, proportion and rates of changes.
  • Geometry and measures.
  • Probability.
  • Statistics.

What element is C2?

PDBeChem : Atom of Molecule

Atom Name C2
Element Symbol C
PDB Name C2
Atom Stereochemistry N
Is Aromatic N

What should I know for GCSE chemistry?

Specification at a glance

  • Atomic structure and the periodic table.
  • Bonding, structure, and the properties of matter.
  • Quantitative chemistry.
  • Chemical changes.
  • Energy changes.
  • The rate and extent of chemical change.
  • Organic chemistry.
  • Chemical analysis.

How do you get a 9 in GCSE?

The more you practice the better you’ll get. You’ll need to work hard at your Maths throughout your GCSE years in order to get a 9, putting in regular effort rather than leaving it all until exam time. Past papers are an excellent way to practice your Maths skills and to find out where your weaknesses lie.

Is Triple science harder than combined?

Triple Science also tends to be a bit more difficult than Combined Science but you will often be given more lessons per week than if you were taking Combined Science.

How many GCSEs do you need for combined science?

two GCSEs
Combined Science is a double award GCSE which counts as two GCSEs. The grading scale is doubled, (there are double the marks) so students can achieve one of 17 grades: 9-9, 9-8, 8-8 through to 2-2, 2-1, and 1-1.

What is the latest version of AQA GCSE chemistry?

AQA GCSE Chemistry 8462. GCSE exams June 2018 onwards. Version 1.1 04 October 2019 Visit aqa.org.uk/8462 for the most up-to-date specification, resources, support and administration 17 aqa.org.uk/8462

Where can I find the latest specification for AQA?

28 Visit aqa.org.uk/8462 for the most up-to-date specification, resources, support and administration aqa.org.uk/8462 Covalent bonding Content Key opportunities for skills development When atoms share pairs of electrons, they form covalent bonds. These bonds between atoms are strong.

How is the AQA GCSE chemistry 8462 exam assessed?

How it’s assessed • Written exam: 1 hour 45 minutes • Foundation and Higher Tier • 100 marks • 50% of GCSE Questions Multiple choice, structured, closed short answer and open response. AQA GCSE Chemistry 8462. GCSE exams June 2018 onwards.

What are the practicals for GCSE chemistry?

Practicals 1, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 8 are common with GCSE Combined Science: Trilogy and GCSE Combined Science: Synergy. Practicals 2 and 7 are GCSE Chemistry only. 8.2.1 Required practical activity 1