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– Students can choose either to attend physical or livestream lessons. However due to social distancing measures, physical classroom lessons are currently capped at max of 15 per class.

– Lessons are taught from scratch so to ensure every single student have the foundation that is needed to understand each topic holistically and thoroughly. We leave no stones unturned. Lessons are carried out first by going through the concepts followed by problem solving. This allows students to see and understand how the concepts are linked to commonly tested prelim and A level questions. The questions are carefully curated by the teachers with their vast experience in the subject.

– Junior College education is merely a short 2 years and the learning pace is very intense. Students who struggle with Chemistry should start early as once they fallbehind, they will find it very difficult to catch up. So the advice is to seek help early and do not leave it to the last minute. Our experience is that students who start with Twig early enjoy Chemistry more and have less problem doing their tutorials/exams and do well for the final A level exams.

– A Level Chemistry is a content heavy and rule-based subject. There are a lot of rules to follow and it is a huge jump from O Level Chemistry. Let’s see the differences between the different A Level Chemistry levels.

 O Level Pure ChemistryH1 ChemistryH2 ChemistryH3 Chemistry
Programme duration2 years2 years2 years1 year
Difficulty Level (1 to 10)L3 (reference)L5L8L10
ProsPre-requisite for A Level Chemistry ad Polytechnic Science CoursesA scaled down version of H2 ChemistryMeets the requirements of many university courses, e.g. Medical FacultyGood to have for scholarship applications
Cons Many science-related courses in the university requires H2 ChemistryContent heavy. Rule-based subject with much to remember.Need to have a passion for the subject.
AssessmentPaper 1
1 hr
40 marks
Paper 2
1 hr 45 min
80 marks
Paper 1
1 hr
30 marks
Paper 2
2 hr
80 marks
Paper 1
1 hr
30 marks
Paper 2
2 hr
75 marks
Paper 1
2.5 hr100 marks
 Paper 3 (Practical)
1 hr 50 min40 marks
 Paper 3
2 hr
80 marks
Paper 4
2.5 hr55 marks

Detailed List of updated topics for A Level Chemistry in 2021

 H1 Chemistry Topics H2 Chemistry Topics H3 Chemistry Topics
1Atoms, molecules and Stoichiometry1Atoms, molecules and Stoichiometry1Molecular Orbital Theory
2Redox2Redox2UV-Vis Spectroscopy
3Atomic Structure3Atomic Structure3IR Spectroscopy
4Chemical Bonding4Chemical Bonding4NMR Spectroscopy
5Energetics (reduced)5The Gaseous State5Mass Spectrometry
6Kinetics (reduced)6Energetics6Advanced Stereochemistry
7Equilibrium (reduced)7Entropy, Gibbs Free Energy7Kinetics and Thermodynamic Controls
8Acid Base Equilibrium (reduced)8Kinetics8Advanced Reaction Mechanisms
[Different from H2]
9Equilibrium (Kc and Kp)9 
10Introduction to Organic Chemistry (reduced)10Acid Base Equilibrium
(Ka, Kb, Kw) and Titration Curves
11Alkanes (reduced)11Solubility Equilibrium11 
12Alkenes (reduced)12Electrochemistry12 
13Arenes (reduced)13Introduction to Organic Chemistry13 
14Halogen Derivatives (reduced)14Alkanes14 
15Hydroxy Compounds (reduced)15Alkenes15 
16Aldehydes and Ketones (reduced)16Arenes16 
17Carboxylic Acid and Derivatives (reduced)17Halogen Derivatives17 
18Polymer Chemistry [Different from H2]18Hydroxy Compounds18 
19Period 3 Elements19Aldehydes and Ketones19 
20Group 1 Elements
[Different from H2]
20Carboxylic Acid and Derivatives20 
21Group 17 Elements21Nitrogen Compounds21 
22 22Period 3 Elements22 
23 23Group 2 Elements23 
24 24Group 17 Elements24 
25 25Transition Metals25 

Sec 3 and Sec 4 O level Chemistry topics

 Sec 3 O Level Chemistry Topics Sec 4 O Level Chemistry Topics
1Kinetic Particle Theory1Metals
2Experimental Techniques2Electrolysis
3Separation Techniques3Electric Cells
4Elements Compounds and Mixtures4Air Pollution
5Atomic Structure5Ammonia and Haber Process
6Ionic Bonding6Energy Changes
7Covalent Bonding7Speed of Reaction
8Metallic Bonding8Introduction to Organic Chemistry
9Acids and Bases9Alkanes
10Writing Chemical and Ionic Equations10Alkenes
11Mole Concept11Alcohols
12Chemical Calculations12Carboxylic Acids and Esters
13Preparation of Salts13Macromolecules
14Qualitative Analysis14Revision 1
15Redox15Revision 2

Sec 3 and Sec 4 IP Chemistry topics (depth of topics vary depending on the schools)

 Sec 3 IP Chemistry Topics Sec 4 IP Chemistry Topics
1Acids Bases and Salts1Qualitative Analysis
2Mole Concept/Stoichiometry2Redox
3Atomic Structure3Electrochemistry
4Periodic Table4Chemical Energetics
5Chemical Bonding and Structure5Chemical Kinetics
  6Chemical Equilibrium
  7Organic Chemistry