Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry

Welcome to our dedicated page for Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry. At Save My Exams, we've developed resources to help you with Chemistry revision. Our revision notes are designed to align with the IGCSE Edexcel Chemistry syllabus, providing a clear and concise explanation of each topic. One of the elements of effective revision is completing past papers, this will help you to understand the format of the exam and the type of questions you can expect. At Save My Exams, you will find Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry Past Papers and Topic Questions gathered in one convenient place.

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Paper 1 is a 2-hour paper worth 110 marks and it accounts for 61.1% of the total IGCSE Edexcel Chemistry. It covers the core content from the four topic areas across the specification, which are: – Principles of Chemistry – Inorganic Chemistry – Physical Chemistry – Organic Chemistry

It comprises two papers, Chemistry Paper 1 and Chemistry Paper 2. Paper 1 assesses the core content of the specification and accounts for 61.1% of the total IGCSE. It is worth 110 marks and is a 2-hour paper. Paper 2 assesses all the content and accounts for 38.9% of the total IGCSE. It is worth 70 marks and is a 1-hour 15-minute paper. Both papers are a mixture of multiple-choice questions, short-answer questions, calculations and extended open-response questions.

Revising for the Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry exam requires a structured and focused approach. Here are some steps and tips to help you with your revision: 1. Know the syllabus Obtain a copy of the Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry syllabus and familiarise yourself with the topics and sub-topics that will be covered in the exam. 2. Create a study plan Divide your available study time into manageable chunks and allocate specific topics to each study session. 3. Use reliable study resources Use your textbooks, class notes, and Save My Exams revision notes. Additionally, consider using revision guides, online resources, and past papers to supplement your learning. 4. Understand the concepts Focus on understanding the underlying concepts rather than just memorising facts. 5. Practice with past papers Use past papers to get familiar with the exam format, and types of questions, and to practice time management. Save My Exams topic questions are also useful as they are written in the style of exam questions and broken down into topics and contain easy, medium and hard questions. 6. Make concise notes Summarise important information in the form of flashcards or concise notes.