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ITS Tutorial School has offered top IGCSE Chemistry support since 2005. We are the only tutorial school in Hong Kong also licensed to run the International GCSE exams by Pearson. You can take both International GCSE and some GCSE subjects as well. Thousands of students have taken private tuition with our chemistry tutors to date. You can either:

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Why choose ITS for Chemistry tuition or full-time study ?
  • Value for money
  • Easy accessibility – all lessons can be taken either here at our school or online
  • Flexible learning – choose when, where and how you learn
  • Individualized for YOU – pick and choose from our add-on services according to your needs
  • Fully qualified and experienced teachers from an official centre
  • Latest specifications – we are an official centre for this qualification
Why study International GCSE Chemistry

IGCSE Chemistry Course will allow you to learn about unifying patterns and themes of chemistry. You will acquire knowledge and understanding of chemical facts, concepts and principles and develop a logical approach to problem solving in a wider context.

The course is designed to engage students and give them skills that will support progression to further study in chemistry and a range of other subjects, in chemical sciences and elsewhere.

The content and assessment approach has been designed to meet students’ needs and be consistent with our approach across the sciences.

The content and assessment approach in all Edexcel science qualifications has been designed to meet students’ needs in the following ways.

  • Content that is interesting and engaging for students but is also designed to ensure good preparation, both for those continuing to further study and for those who wish to work in a chemistry-related field.
  • There are opportunities to ‘localise’ the content to make it more relevant for students in their own country.
  • Question papers are clear and straightforward
  • Students’ skills are broadly developed

– we have designed the International GCSE to extend students’ knowledge by broadening and deepening skills, for example: – developing students’ practical skills by including a number of practicals in the specification content. These can be supplemented with other suggested practicals. The skills developed will be assessed through questions in written examinations

– improving students’ analytical and logic skills by applying understanding of scientific concepts and principles to a range of situations. This will include some examination questions that are more problem solving in style

– addressing the need for mathematical skills to complement students’ chemistry skills by covering a range of mathematical areas.

The Chemistry International GCSE course is for the Edexcel specification and is divided into four modules, as follows:

  • Topic 1: Principles of chemistry
  • Topic 2: Inorganic chemistry
  • Topic 3: Physical chemistry
  • Topic 4: Organic chemistry

Note: ITS Education Asia supports Double Award sciences as well as stand alone sciences.
Progression to A Level

International GCSEs enable successful progression to A Level and beyond.

What are the prerequisites of this course?

There are no prerequisites.

For more information on specific university requirements related to A-levels, please see our International GCSE FAQ page.

How is the course structured?

You can find the Edexcel course specification here.

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