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A Level Chemistry AQA Past Papers

Are you looking for AQA A Level Chemistry past papers or exam solutions? Well we have a whole host of A Level Chemistry past papers mark schemes and exam solutions. Take a look at the tables below and access the papers that you want to practise. At Maths Made Easy we look to make your AQA A Level Chemistry revision as easy as possible!

AS and A-level Chemistry

June 2018

AS Level June 2018 Paper 1
AS Level June 2018 Paper 2
A Level June 2018 Paper 1
A Level June 2018 Paper 2
A Level June 2018 Paper 3
A Level Maths Revision Cards

A Level Maths Revision Cards

  • Over 160 cards – All major topics covered
  • All exam boards – AQA, OCR, Edexcel
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June 2017

AS Level June 2017 Paper 1
AS Level June 2017 Paper 2
A Level June 2017 Paper 1
A Level June 2017 Paper 2
A Level June 2017 Paper 3

June 2016

AS Level June 2016 Paper 1
AS Level June 2016 Paper 2

Specimen Papers

AS Level Specimen Paper 2
AS Level Specimen Paper 1
A Level Specimen Paper 1
A Level Specimen Paper 2
A Level Specimen Paper 3

Jun-16

Unit 1 Foundation Chemistry
Unit 2 Chemistry in Action
Unit 4 Kinetics Equilibria and Organic Chemistry
Unit 5 Energetics Redox and Inorganic Chemistry

Jun-15

Unit 1 Foundation Chemistry
Unit 2 Chemistry in Action
Unit 4 Kinetics Equilibria and Organic Chemistry
Unit 5 Energetics Redox and Inorganic Chemistry

Jun-14

Unit 1 Foundation Chemistry
Unit 2 Chemistry in Action
Unit 4 Kinetics Equilibria and Organic Chemistry
Unit 5 Energetics Redox and Inorganic Chemistry

Jun-13

Unit 1 Foundation Chemistry
Unit 2 Chemistry in Action
Unit 4 Kinetics Equilibria and Organic Chemistry
Unit 5 Energetics Redox and Inorganic Chemistry
A Level Maths Revision Cards

A Level Maths Revision Cards

  • Over 160 cards – All major topics covered
  • All exam boards – AQA, OCR, Edexcel
  • Explanations, Questions and Solutions
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Jun-12

Unit 1 Foundation Chemistry
Unit 2 Chemistry in Action
Unit 4 Kinetics Equilibria and Organic Chemistry
Unit 5 Energetics Redox and Inorganic Chemistry

Jun-11

Unit 1 Foundation Chemistry
Unit 2 Chemistry in Action
Unit 4 Kinetics Equilibria and Organic Chemistry
Unit 5 Energetics Redox and Inorganic Chemistry

Jun-10

Unit 1 Foundation Chemistry
Unit 2 Chemistry in Action
Unit 4 Kinetics Equilibria and Organic Chemistry
Unit 5 Energetics Redox and Inorganic Chemistry

Jan-13

Unit 1 Foundation Chemistry
Unit 2 Chemistry in Action
Unit 4 Kinetics Equilibria and Organic Chemistry
Unit 5 Energetics Redox and Inorganic Chemistry

Jan-12

Unit 1 Foundation Chemistry
Unit 2 Chemistry in Action
Unit 4 Kinetics Equilibria and Organic Chemistry
Unit 5 Energetics Redox and Inorganic Chemistry

Jan-11

Unit 1 Foundation Chemistry
Unit 2 Chemistry in Action
Unit 4 Kinetics Equilibria and Organic Chemistry
Unit 5 Energetics Redox and Inorganic Chemistry

Jan-10

Unit 1 Foundation Chemistry
Unit 2 Chemistry in Action
Unit 4 Kinetics Equilibria and Organic Chemistry
Unit 5 Energetics Redox and Inorganic Chemistry

AQA A Level Chemistry Specification

The AQA A Level Chemistry specification is demanding and contains aspects of organic and inorganic chemistry and well quantitative chemistry, so it is essential your maths skills are strong.

AQA A Level subject content

3.1 Physical chemistry

3.1.1 Atomic structure

3.1.2 Amount of substance

3.1.3 Bonding

3.1.4 Energetics

3.1.5 Kinetics

3.1.6 Chemical equilibria, Le Chatelier’s principle and Kc

3.1.7 Oxidation, reduction and redox equations

3.1.8 Thermodynamics (A-level only)

3.1.9 Rate equations (A-level only)

3.1.10 Equilibrium constant Kp for homogeneous systems (A-level only)

3.1.11 Electrode potentials and electrochemical cells (A-level only)

3.1.12 Acids and bases (A-level only)

3.2 Inorganic chemistry

3.2.1 Periodicity

3.2.2 Group 2, the alkaline earth metals

3.2.3 Group 7(17), the halogens

3.2.4 Properties of Period 3 elements and their oxides (A-level only)

3.2.5 Transition metals (A-level only)

3.2.6 Reactions of ions in aqueous solution (A-level only)

3.3 Organic chemistry

3.3.1 Introduction to organic chemistry

3.3.2 Alkanes

3.3.3 Halogenoalkanes

3.3.4 Alkenes

3.3.5 Alcohols

3.3.6 Organic analysis

3.3.7 Optical isomerism (A-level only)

3.3.8 Aldehydes and ketones (A-level only)

3.3.9 Carboxylic acids and derivatives (A-level only)

3.3.10 Aromatic chemistry (A-level only)

3.3.11 Amines (A-level only)

3.3.12 Polymers (A-level only)

3.3.13 Amino acids, proteins and DNA (A-level only)

3.3.14 Organic synthesis (A-level only)

3.3.15 Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (A-level only)

3.3.16 Chromatography (A-level only)

AS Level Exam Structure

Paper 1

·Relevant physical chemistry topics (sections 3.1.1 to 3.1.4, 3.1.6 and 3.1.7) and Inorganic chemistry (section 3.2.1 to 3.2.3)

·1 hour 30 minutes

·80 marks

·50% of the AS qualification

·Questions 65 marks of short and long answer questions and 15 marks of multiple-choice questions.

Paper 2

·Relevant physical chemistry topics (sections 3.1.2 to 3.1.6) and Organic chemistry (section 3.3.1 to 3.3.6)

·1 hour 30 minutes

·80 marks

·50% of the AS qualification

·Questions are made up of 65 marks of short and long answer questions and 15 marks of multiple-choice questions.

A-level Exam Structure

Paper 1

·Relevant physical chemistry topics (sections 3.1.1 to 3.1.4, 3.1.6 to 3.1.8 and 3.1.10 to 3.1.12) and Inorganic chemistry (section 3.2)

·2 hours

·105 marks

·35% of A-level qualification

·Questions are 105 marks of short and long answer questions.

Paper 2

·Relevant physical chemistry topics (sections 3.1.2 to 3.1.6 and 3.1.9) and Organic chemistry (section 3.3)

·2 hours

·105 marks

·35% of A-level

·Questions are 105 marks of short and long answer questions

Paper 3

·Any content from the entire course can be tested as this is the synoptic paper.

·2 hours

·90 marks

·30% of A-level qualification

·Questions are 40 marks of questions on practical techniques and data analysis, 20 marks of questions testing across the specification and 30 marks of multiple-choice questions.

Practical skills are tested throughout the different exam papers. Any required practical can be assessed, so student should ensure that they have an in depth knowledge of the methods and what the practicals demonstrate.