2. OCR Revision Guides

OCR Revision Guides

 

New A-level 2015

The revision guides are split into six modules. The first module is practical work and I have written no guides for that.

Module 2

2.1.1 2.1.2 Atomic structure

2.1.3 amount of substance

2.1.4 acids

2.1.5 redox

2.2.1 Electronic Structure

2.2.2 Bonding and Structure

Module 3

3.1.1 periodicity

3.1.2 Group 2

3.1.3 halogens

3.1.4 Qualitative analysis

3.2.1 enthalpy changes

3.2.2 reaction rates

3.2.3 equilibrium

Module 4

4.1.1 revision guides basic concepts and hydrocarbons

4.1.2 revision guide alkanes

4.1.3 revision guides alkenes

4.2.1 revision guide alcohols

4.2.2 revision guide haloalkanes

4.2.3 organic synthesis

4.2.4 revision guide analytical techniques

Module 5

5.1.1 revision guide how fast

5.1.2 revision guide how far

5.1.3 revision guide acids bases and buffers

5.2.1 + 5.2.2 revision guide energy

5.2.3 revision guide redox and electrode potentials

5.3.1 revision guide transition metals

5.3.2 revision guide Qualitative analysis

Module 6

6.1.1 revision guide aromatic compounds

6.1.2 revision guide carbonyls

6.1.3 revision guide carboxylic acids and esters

6.2.1 revision guide amines

6.2.2 revision guides amino acids amides

6.2.3 revision guides polyesters and polyamides

6.2.4 revision guide carbon carbon bond formation

6.2.5 revision guides organic synthesis

6.3.1 revision guide chromatography and analysis

6.3.2 revision guide spectroscopy

Old  Legacy Syllabus guides for retake only

f321-mod-1-atoms-and-reactions

f321-mod-2-electrons-bonding-and-structure

f321-mod-3-the-periodic-table

f322-mod-1-revision-guides-basic-concepts-and-hydrocarbons

f322-mod-2-revision-guide-alcohols-halogenoalkanes-and-analysis

f322-mod-3-revision-guide-energy

f322-mod-4-revision-guide-resources

f3234-mod-1-revision-guide-rings-acids-and-amines

f3234-mod-2-revision-guides-polymers-and-synthesis

f3234-mod-3-revision-guide-analysis

f325-mod-1-revision-guide-reaction-kinetics

f325-mod-1-revision-guide-rates-equilbria-and-ph

f325-mod-2-revision-guide-energy

f325-mod-3-revision-guide-transition-metals

51 thoughts on “2. OCR Revision Guides

  1. Mahdi

    Hi what would you recommend in terms of past papers or questions. Not sure if I should do the old ones or what really

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  2. manesha

    hello sir.. this year I am sitting for June a level exam 2016 for the bnew syllabus I have some queries for the notes given it has solved my confusion in certain point in chemistry but in this revision notes apply for Cambridge international exam… I am in a confusion

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  3. sophie

    when will the revision notes for the new 2015 specification of OCR A chemistry be up. How different is the new OCR A specification compared to the old one. Thank you for producing these notes they are really helpful and i am able to grasp and understand things more better. all due to the fantastic notes you have produced.

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      1. qwerty

        What differences are there specifically from the old and new spec? Also, are there many differences between ocr and AQA? Thanks, your revision guides are very good

      1. Biochemist

        Hello, thank you sir for your help. Can you please send me the link for OCR A Chemistry starting from Sept 2015. thank you

  4. amisri786

    Hi thank you so much – extremely helpful!!
    Will you be doing notes for the new OCR September 2015 spec ?
    Thank you very very much :)))))

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      1. MissChem

        Hi, I wanted to ask if the module 5 and 6 notes are complete for the new ocr a chemistry a-level spec. Also will you be adding the Arrhenius equation into the notes, relating to module 5?
        thank you soo much – Hope you have a grat year ahead!

  5. somar2

    Hi, your notes are fab, thanks so much. However, for the f322 module 4, in the equation about ozone depletion, it says CLO.(dot for radical) + O.

    Surely only one of them can be a radical? Thanks again, you are amazing!!!

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    1. chemrevise Post author

      I think I am right with the dots (in that all the substances written with them are radicals) but OCR don’t require you to write any dots with the equation.s.

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  6. ahmed

    i want to donate some money perhaps. these notes are outstanding. i have done similar notes on OCR A which took me a year to make them because i was making sure to get all answers from mark scheme and then use them in my notes.

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    1. chemrevise Post author

      No I have not done notes for the OCR B. A lot of the chemistry is similar to OCR A but the structure of the course is very different. There is some content unique to OCR B

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  7. saif

    fantastic notes at last I found some very good notes for A-level chemistry….do recommend to any A- level student….
    Thanks a lot…

    Reply

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