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Dalton Chemistry Tuition Predicted Paper Webinars 2023
Last year we predicted large chunks of both Paper 1 and Paper 2 for both the AQA and OCR paper. We’re hoping for the same success this year.
Once again, we’ve spent hours upon hours going through the last 3 years of papers with a fine tooth comb – cross checking against the specification points and studying the examiners’ report. From our findings, we’ve put together a large selection of original questions we feel have a high probability of rearing their heads this time around.
Join us during May half term when we will be going through our predicted questions for this year’s exam. We will give all registrants a realistic time to answer each question, to prepare for the timed conditions in the exam, after which we will demonstrate the optimal approach, followed by a model answer from the perspective of an experienced examiner.
The best OCR exam questions by topic you will find anywhere! All questions in these exam packs have been cherry picked from a multitude of exam boards to give a huge range of variety and challenge. All questions are entirely specific to the stated topic and the OCR specification .
If you are a Nando’s lover like myself, you will see we have classified each questions difficulty based on the Nando’s heat scale!
Click on the title of each topic to view the relevant www.chemrevise.org notes
Module 2 – Foundations of Chemistry
Amount of Substance
Water of Crystallisation
Gas Volume Calculations
Ideal Gas Calculations PV=nRT
% Yield and Atom Economy
Structure and Bonding
Shape of Molecules and Dot/Cross Diagrams
Module 3 – Periodic table and energy
AS Qualitative Analysis
Le Chatelier’s Principle
Module 4 – Core Organic Chemistry
Isomerism and Nomenclature
Free Radical Substitution
Reactions of Alkenes
Haloalkanes and Ozone Depletion
Module 5 – Physical Chemistry and Transition Elements
Rate Equations- Initial Rate Tables
Rate Equations – Experimental and Graphical
The Rate Determining Step
The Arrhenius Equation
Acids and Base Calculations
pH Curves, Titrations and Indicators
Born Haber Cycles
Enthalpy of Solution Cycles
A2 Qualitative analysis
Module 6 – Organic Chemistry and Analysis
Organic Chemical Tests
Carboxylic Acids and Esters
Amines and Amino Acids
Hydrolysis of Esters and Amides
Purification of Organic Solids and Liquids