Our Cambridge IGCSE Chemistry homeschooling course will help your child to understand the world around them. Why do leaves change colour in the autumn? Why are plants green? How is cheese made? What is in soap and how does it clean?
Chemistry is everywhere! It’s in the food you eat, the clothes you wear, the water you drink, medicines, air, cleaners… you name it. Chemistry is sometimes called the “central science” because it connects other sciences to each other, such as biology, physics, geology and environmental science.Apply Now
• The course will prepare your child for the following three papers of the (CIE) Cambridge IGCSE Chemistry syllabus 0620.
Paper 2: Multiple choice paper: 45 minutes (30% of total available marks)
Paper 4: Extended theory paper: 1 hour and 15 minutes (50%)
Paper 6: Alternative to Practical paper which will test your familiarity with practical procedures which you will learn during the course: 1 hour (20%)
• There are Cambridge exam centres in over 150 countries. Wolsey Hall will provide details of the most convenient when you enrol
The fee for Cambridge IGCSE Chemistry is £495 via instalments (initial payment of £103 and 8 monthly instalments of £49). There is a discount of 5% for payment in full reducing the fee to £470.
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I know that Chemistry can appear a rather daunting prospect but it should soon begin to click into place. I hope that between us we will be able to make sense of those colours, smells and reactions!BSc, PhD Subject: Chemistry View Profile
I'm originally from New York and have taught widely in the UK. I'm also an OCR and CIE examiner and moderator so have a clear understanding of the Cambridge exams and what is required.BSc, PGCE Subject: Biology, Chemistry and Science View Profile
I was mainly homeschooled in primary school and had recently moved to Korea but had yet to learn the language. Therefore, home study was the best and most convenient choice for me. The initial study advice I received was clear, informative and easy to understand. My tutors were more than helpful and were quick to answer any of my questions and grade my assignments. They gave me their observation on my strengths and weaknesses on each subject. The course materials provided were fairly easy to understand and were more than enough to cover all the key points of the syllabus. My Student Progress Manager was excellent in not only guiding me but keeping me up to date on events and other stuff as well.