GCSE Science: Chemistry

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GCSE Science: Chemistry

One of the most comprehensive self assessment revision apps for GCSE Chemistry. Written by passionate teachers, developed by a team dedicated to transforming GCSE revision Key Features: - Content covering the core & additional topics of the AQA, Edexcel & OCR 21st Century Science exam boards - Adapt the app to your needs and requirements - 1000s of syllabus specific multiple choice questions with detailed explanations - Hundreds of illustrated diagrams, graphs & experiments - Choose to repeat difficult questions or select new questions at random - Watch your knowledge improve using inbuilt progress reports - Share your results with friends on Twitter & Facebook - Direct links to past papers & mark schemes - Email progress charts to your teacher or upload results through smart integration with applications such as Firefly & Dropbox An engaging, interactive and effective revision app. Try sample topics for free and purchase additional content for a small, one off fee Students/Parents: We aim to consolidate knowledge, further understanding and boost confidence in the lead up to GCSE exams. Revise at your own pace, in your own time. Once downloaded, you can use it offline - simply select your syllabus, level and the topics appropriate to you, test your knowledge and find where you need to fill the gaps in your learning Teachers: Have a look and see how we can transform your students’ revision experience. Like what you see? Take advantage of Apple’s volume purchase programme and download our ‘For Schools’ version which has all content enabled – providing a 50% discount and ‘over the air’ access to your students’ devices Quality Content: All content for this app has been written & supplied to the highest standard by qualified key stage 4 science teachers. Meticulous efforts have been made to ensure that each topic is relevant to the requirements of the associated Core & Additional double award course of the AQA, Edexcel & OCR 21st Century Science exam boards Topics Covered: (for full details please see our website www.revisionbuddies.com) CORE AQA: Fundamental Ideas in Chemistry; Limestone and Building Materials; Metals and their Uses; Crude Oil and Fuels; Other Useful Substances from Crude Oil; Plant Oils and their Uses; Changes in the Earth and Atmosphere Edexcel: The Earth’s Sea and Atmosphere; Materials from the Earth; Acids; Obtaining and Using Metals; Fuels OCR: Air Quality; Material Choices; Chemicals in our Lives ADDITIONAL AQA: Ionic Bonding, Ionic Lattices and their Properties; Covalent Bonding, Molecules and Giant Structures; Metallic Bonding, Polymers and Nanoscience; Atomic Structure and Analysing Substances; Quantitative Chemistry; Rates of Reaction, Energy Transfer in Reactions; Acids, Bases and Salts; Electrolysis Edexcel: Atomic Structure and the Periodic Table; Ionic Compounds and Separation Techniques; Groups in the Periodic Table; Covalent Compounds and Separation Techniques; Chemical Reactions; Quantitative Chemistry OCR: Chemical Patterns; Chemicals of the Natural Environment; Chemical Synthesis Testimonials from the series: From Students: Really helpful and fun ***** Really helpful and easy to use, would recommend to anyone about to sit their exams as a way of breaking up a day of samey revision! Best revision app on the store ***** As a student going into my GCSE exams this is the most helpful revision app series on the App Store. From Parents: Sooo helpful ***** Working whilst with two children doing their GCSEs is not easy so being able to rely on this app is great. I wanted to ensure the quality of the content so went through it myself first, quite enjoyed it really!! Looking forward to a few more topics! Thanks From Teachers: Great***** Recommended to my GCSE class for quick revision and reminders. They even added on the Spec’ I asked for. Impressed Your apps are proving very popular with our Y11s including my own nephew who found the science ones very useful this weekend

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