A Level Chemistry Past Papers

A level Chemistry past papers and the corresponding mark schemes can be accessed via this dedicated page. Making best use of the A level Chemistry past papers is an essential part of a revision routine and at Maths Made Easy we wanted to make this as easy as possible. On this dedicated page you will be able to access all of the A Level Chemistry past papers and corresponding mark schemes to help you revise.

A Level Chemistry Past Papers by Exam Board

AQA A Level Chemistry Past Papers (NEW SPEC)

Edexcel A Level Chemistry Past Papers (NEW SPEC)

OCR AS and A Level Chemistry A Past Papers (NEW SPEC)

OCR AS and A Level Chemistry B (Salters) Past Papers (NEW SPEC)

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A Level Chemistry Past Paper FAQs

Yes you can access all of the A Level chemistry past papers through this dedicated page, whether it is AQA, OCR or Edexcel you are looking for.

Yes on our main chemistry page we link to many worksheets and other resources that students and teachers may find useful.

Yes all of the exam papers are accompanied by the relevant mark scheme to make it easy for you to mark them.

Yes we have expert tutors who can help you work through the practice papers, improve your exam technique as well as teach you the required course content.

Using the papers to check on your progress and identify gaps in knowledge once you have covered the entire course is an effective way to use the papers. Using the exams to improve exam technique and understand what the examiners are looking for is also useful. Using the papers just to simply revise topics is not always that beneficial as there are limited papers available.

Using the past papers from other exam boards that you are not sitting can be useful as long as you identify the questions that are still relevant to your specification and this isn’t always that easy.