VCE Chemistry

Chemistry is amongst the less popular VCE exams. A good knowledge of theory and practical aspects of past papers should see you do well!


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The VCE Chemistry Course includes the following topics for study:

Acid Base Reactions and pH Calculations

Biomacromolecules | Carbohydrates

Biomacromolecules | Fats and Oils

Biomacromolecules | Proteins and Enzymes

Biomacromolecules | Vitamins

Calorimetry

Chromatography

Electrolytic Cells

Enthalpy Changes

Equilibrium Systems

Food Metabolism

Fossil Fuels and Biofuels

Fuel Cells

Galvanic Cells

Mole and Stoichiometry

Organic Chemistry | Formulae

Organic Chemistry | Nomenclature

Organic Chemistry | Reactions

Rate of Chemical Reactions

Redox Reactions

Research Methodology

Spectroscopy

Thermochemical Equations

Volumetric Analysis

 

In section A multiple choice questions are answered on the answer sheet provided. In Section B questions longer form questions are answered in the question books. One of the key tips for success in VCE Chemistry is to make use of the available practice exam and past papers. Using the helpful resources on Studyclix for VCE Chemistry can also help students to to do well in exams. Some of the VCE Chemistry resources including videos, notes and practice material. Using these tools and resources can help replace VCE Chemistry tuition and improve your grade for the VCE Chemistry final exam.

 

According to the VCAA, studying VCE Chemistry “can enrich students’ lives through the development of particular knowledge, skills and attitudes, and enable them to become scientifically informed citizens. It will also provide a window on what it means to be a scientific researcher, working as a member of a community of practice, including insight into how new ideas are developed and investigated, and how evidence or data collected is used to expand knowledge and understanding of chemistry.”


VCE Chemistry Study Design: http://www.vcaa.vic.edu.au/Documents/vce/chemistry/ChemistrySD-2013.pdf

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