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Grade 12_ SL Chemistry Mock exam syllabus & paper pattern details

Grade 12_ SL Chemistry Mock exam syllabus & paper pattern details

Dear Students,

Kindly refer to the paper pattern and syllabus details for Mock exam.

Paper 1

Duration: 1 hour

Weighting: 20%

Marks: 40

• 40 multiple-choice questions on core and AHL, about 15 of which are common with SL.

• The questions on paper 1 test assessment objectives 1, 2 and 3.

• The use of calculators is not permitted.

• Students will be provided with a periodic table.

• No marks are deducted for incorrect answers.

Paper 2

Duration: 2¼ hours

Weighting: 36%

Marks: 95

• Short-answer and extended-response questions on the core and AHL material.

• The questions on paper 2 test assessment objectives 1, 2 and 3.

• The use of calculators is permitted. (See calculator section on the OCC.)

• A chemistry data booklet is to be provided by the school.

Paper 3

Duration: 1¼ hours

Weighting: 24%

Marks: 45

• This paper will have questions on core, AHL and option material.

• Section A: one data-based question and several short-answer questions on experimental work.

• Section B: short-answer and extended-response questions from one option.

• The questions on paper 3 test assessment objectives 1, 2 and 3.

• The use of calculators is permitted. (See calculator section on the OCC.)

• A chemistry data booklet is to be provided by the school.

 

Students are required to refer to http://www.ibchem.com/root_pdf/Chemistry_guide_2016.pdf for the subject syllabus.

 

Regards

Roshan

Grade 12_ HL Chemistry Mock exam syllabus & paper pattern details

Grade 12_ HL Chemistry Mock exam syllabus & paper pattern details

Dear Students,

Kindly refer to the following paper pattern and syllabus details for DP Chemistry Mock exam.

Paper 1
Duration: 1 hour
Weighting: 20%
Marks: 40
• 40 multiple-choice questions on core and AHL, about 15 of which are common with SL.
• The questions on paper 1 test assessment objectives 1, 2 and 3.
• The use of calculators is not permitted.
• Students will be provided with a periodic table.
• No marks are deducted for incorrect answers.

Paper 2

Duration: 2¼ hours

Weighting: 36%

Marks: 95

Short-answer and extended-response questions on the core and AHL material.

The questions on paper 2 test assessment objectives 1, 2 and 3.

The use of calculators is permitted. (See calculator section on the OCC.)

A chemistry data booklet is to be provided by the school.

Paper 3

Duration: 1¼ hours

Weighting: 24%

Marks: 45

• This paper will have questions on core, AHL and option material.

Section A: one data-based question and several short-answer questions on experimental work.

Section B: short-answer and extended-response questions from one option.

The questions on paper 3 test assessment objectives 1, 2 and 3.

The use of calculators is permitted. (See calculator section on the OCC.)

A chemistry data booklet is to be provided by the school.

Students are required to refer to http://www.ibchem.com/root_pdf/Chemistry_guide_2016.pdf for subject syllabus details.

Regards

Roshan Khan

 

Grade 10_ Coordinated Sciences(0654) Mock Exam Syllabus 2018

Grade 10_ Coordinated Sciences(0654) Mock Exam Syllabus 2018

Dear Students,

Kindly refer to the following details of paper pattern and syllabus for IGCSE Coordinated sciences Mock exam syllabus.

Component details :

Paper- 1 & 2 : A multiple-choice paper consisting of 40 items of the four-choice type. Questions will be based on the Core & Extended   syllabus content respectively.

Paper- 3 & 4 : A written paper consisting of short-answer and structured questions. Questions will be based on the  Core & Extended syllabus content respectively.

Paper-6 : Questions will be based on the experimental skills.

Total Marks Paper 2(Multiple choice questions) Extended Paper4(Short answer and structured questions)  Extended Paper6(Alternative to practical- Questions will be based on experimental skills)  Extended
220 40 marks – 45 min 120  marks – 2 hr 60  marks – 1 hr
Total Marks Paper 1(Multiple choice questions) CORE Paper3(Short answer and structured questions) CORE Paper6(Alternative to practicals- Questions will be based on experimental skills) CORE
220 40  marks – 45 min 120   marks- 2 hr 60  marks – 1 hr

Instructions :

You all are required to carry an electronic calculator and your own resources.

For subject syllabus students must refer from page no. 17 onwards http://www.cambridgeinternational.org/images/203898-2017-2018-syllabus.pdf

Regards

IGCSE Science team.

 

Grade 9 Science Trivia

Grade 9 Science Trivia

This post is to announce the most awaited inter-house event of Science which is held every year. Science Trivia is an event held to testify learners’ knowledge in Science.

 

Kindly find the details for the event below.

  • It is an Inter-House event.
  • All the students will take part in the Selection Round which will be held on January 10, 2018– D4 (HRM slot) in your respective classes.
  • Four best scoring students of round 1 from your grade of each house will represent their house during the Final Round, to be held on February 6, 2018.
  • Selection round will have a Multiple Choice Question based paper quiz.
  • Responses to the questions are to be marked in the OMR sheet that will be given separately to each learner.
  • The questions will be of Sciences and will be of appropriate age level.
  • 10 questions from each Sciences as per COS syllabus and 10 additional questions on current affairs from each discipline of science.
  • Duration for MCQ paper will be 45 min. & 40 marks.

 

Regards,

IGCSE  Science Team

Grade 12_Term 1_Chemistry Syllabus & paper pattern

Grade 12_Term 1_Chemistry Syllabus & paper pattern

Dear students,
Kindly refer to Chemistry subject guide for following topics details:
Stoichiometric relationship,  Chemical bond, Acid base, Equilibrium,  Energetics ,Chemical Kinetics & Option B- Biochemistry(Only SL).
Paper Pattern :
For SL
Paper 1
Duration: 3/4 hour
Weighting: 25%
Marks: 30
• 30 multiple-choice questions on core, about 15 of which are common with HL.
• The questions on paper 1 test assessment objectives 1, 2 and 3.
• The use of calculators is not permitted.
• Students will be provided with a periodic table.
• No marks are deducted for incorrect answers.
Paper 2
Duration: 1¼ hours
Weighting: 50%
Marks: 50
• Short-answer and extended-response questions on core material.
• The questions on paper 2 test assessment objectives 1, 2 and 3.
• The use of calculators is permitted. (See calculator section on the OCC.)
• A chemistry data booklet is to be provided by the school.
For HL
Paper 1
Duration: 1 hour
Weighting: 25%
Marks: 40
• The questions on paper 1 test assessment objectives 1, 2 and 3.
• The use of calculators is not permitted.
• Students will be provided with a periodic table.
• No marks are deducted for incorrect answers.
Paper 2
Duration: 2¼ hours
Weighting: 50%
Marks: 95
• Short-answer and extended-response questions on the core and AHL material.
• The questions on paper 2 test assessment objectives 1, 2 and 3.
• The use of calculators is permitted. (See calculator section on the OCC.)
• A chemistry data booklet is to be provided by the school.
For SL & HL
Paper 3
Duration: 1 hour
Weighting: 25%
Marks: 35
• This paper will have questions on core, AHL and option material.
• Section A: one data-based question and several short-answer questions on experimental work.
• Section B: short-answer and extended-response questions from one option.
• The questions on paper 3 test assessment objectives 1, 2 and 3.
• The use of calculators is permitted. (See calculator section on the OCC.)
• A chemistry data booklet is to be provided by the school.

Grade 8_COS syllabus_Unit test slot(4/4/17)

Grade 8_COS syllabus_Unit test slot(4/4/17)

Dear Students,
There will be a scheduled COS unit test on D5(4/4/17) for unit test slot.
You will be assessed for Paper 6 Alternative to Practical paper.
Questions will be based on practical skill for all three science, topic to be revised will be
Enzymes, Nutrition, Force matter (Hooke’s law), Particles of matter & Energy changes.
Maximum marks – 30
Duration 30 min
For any further queries feel free to contact your subject teachers.

Grade 11_Chemistry_Highlights

Grade 11_Chemistry_Highlights

Dear Parents,
This week students prepared notes on Chemical kinetics using the questionnaire.
Responses were all discussed as part of revision. Block slot were utilised to develop research skill and students visited library.
They were instructed to explore various reference book, magazine and digital library for their Chemistry IA.
Students utilised both the slots and came up with great ideas for their IA, few students also researched about various techniques involved.

Grade 11_Chemistry_HL_ Syllabus_Final Exam

Grade 11_Chemistry_HL_ Syllabus_Final Exam

Dear Students,
Refer to the following syllabus and component details for Final Exam’17.
Topic 1: Stoichiometric relationships
1.1 Introduction to the particulate nature of matter and chemical change
1.2 The mole concept
1.3 Reacting masses and volumes
Topic 2: Atomic structure
2.1 The nuclear atom
2.2 Electron configuration
Topic 3: Periodicity
3.1 Periodic table
3.2 Periodic trends
Topic 4: Chemical bonding and structure
4.1 Ionic bonding and structure
4.2 Covalent bonding
4.3 Covalent structures
4.4 Intermolecular forces
4.5 Metallic bonding
Topic 5: Energetics/thermochemistry
5.1 Measuring energy changes
5.2 Hess’s Law
5.3 Bond enthalpies
Topic 6: Chemical kinetics
6.1 Collision theory and rates of reaction
Topic 11: Measurement and data processing
11.1 Uncertainties and errors in measurement and results
11.2 Graphical techniques
Topic 12: Atomic structure
12.1 Electrons in atoms
Topic 13: The periodic table—the transition metals
13.1 First-row d-block elements
13.2 Coloured complexes
Topic 14: Chemical bonding and structure
14.1 Covalent bonding and electron domain and molecular geometries
14.2 Hybridization
Topic 15: Energetics/thermochemistry
15.1 Energy cycles
15.2 Entropy and spontaneity
Paper 1
Duration: 1 hour
Weighting: 35%
Marks: 40
• 40 multiple-choice questions on core and AHL, about 15 of which are common with SL.
• The questions on paper 1 test assessment objectives 1, 2 and 3.
• The use of calculators is not permitted.
• Students will be provided with a periodic table.
• No marks are deducted for incorrect answers.
Paper 2
Duration: 2¼ hours
Weighting: 65%
Marks: 95
• Short-answer and extended-response questions on the core and AHL material.
• The questions on paper 2 test assessment objectives 1, 2 and 3.
• The use of calculators is permitted. (See calculator section on the OCC.)
• A chemistry data booklet is to be provided by the school.

Grade 11_Chemistry_SL_ Final Exam Syllabus

Grade 11_Chemistry_SL_ Final Exam Syllabus

Dear Students,
Refer the following syllabus and component details for Chemistry Final Exam’17.

Topic 1: Stoichiometric relationships
1.1 Introduction to the particulate nature of matter and chemical change
1.2 The mole concept
1.3 Reacting masses and volumes
Topic 2: Atomic structure
2.1 The nuclear atom
2.2 Electron configuration
Topic 3: Periodicity
3.1 Periodic table
3.2 Periodic trends
Topic 4: Chemical bonding and structure
4.1 Ionic bonding and structure
4.2 Covalent bonding
4.3 Covalent structures
4.4 Intermolecular forces
4.5 Metallic bonding
Topic 5: Energetics/thermochemistry
5.1 Measuring energy changes
5.2 Hess’s Law
5.3 Bond enthalpies
Topic 6: Chemical kinetics
6.1 Collision theory and rates of reaction
Topic 11: Measurement and data processing 10
11.1 Uncertainties and errors in measurement and results
11.2 Graphical techniques

Component details
Paper 1
Duration: 3/4 hour
Weighting: 35%
Marks: 30
• 30 multiple-choice questions on core, about 15 of which are common with HL.
• The questions on paper 1 test assessment objectives 1, 2 and 3.
• The use of calculators is not permitted.
• Students will be provided with a periodic table.
• No marks are deducted for incorrect answers.
Paper 2
Duration: 1¼ hours
Weighting: 65%
Marks: 50
• Short-answer and extended-response questions on core material.
• The questions on paper 2 test assessment objectives 1, 2 and 3.
• The use of calculators is permitted. (See calculator section on the OCC.)
• A chemistry data booklet is to be provided by the school.

G12_ Chemistry SL & HL syllabus _Mock Exam

G12_ Chemistry SL & HL syllabus _Mock Exam

Dear Students,

Syllabus for Mock Exam For Chemistry HL & SL all chapters as per Chemistry Subject guide 2016.

Assessment details for HL:

Paper 1 60 min 40 marks
40 multiple-choice questions on core and AHL, about 15 of which are common with SL.

Paper 2 2hr 15 min 95 marks
Short-answer and extended-response questions on the core and AHL material.

Paper 3 1hr 15 min 45 marks
This paper will have questions on core, AHL and option material.
•Section A: one data-based question and several short-answer questions on experimental work.
• Section B: short-answer and extended-response questions from one option.

Assessment details for SL
Paper 1 45 min 30 marks
40 multiple-choice questions on core.

Paper 2 1hr 15 min 50 marks
Short-answer and extended-response questions on the core and AHL material.

Paper 3 1hr 30 marks
This paper will have questions on core option material.
•Section A: one data-based question and several short-answer questions on experimental work.
• Section B: short-answer and extended-response questions from one option.