About Course

Science is essential for meeting our basic needs of food, clothing, shelter, health, energy, and clean air, water, and soil. Chemical technologies enrich our quality of life in numerous ways by providing new solutions to problems in health, materials, and energy usage.

This section of revision Chemistry and Physics will therefore, engage our students on exam questions and technique so as to ensure a 100% pass in sciences. Students will be given an opportunity to ask questions on this same platform.

Science plays an important and useful role towards the development and growth of a number of industries. This includes industries like glass, cement, paper, textile, leather, dye etc. We also see huge applications of chemistry in industries like paints, pigments, petroleum, sugar, plastics, Pharmaceuticals.

Our students will be prepared in all fields of science not only for exams, but also for future application of sciences. This will be done through live talks, videos, pamphlets and question and answer sessions.

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What Will You Learn?

  • Students will be able to gain a deeper understanding on how to handle chemistry questions and apply the knowledge of chemistry in their every da lives. Chemistry has a wide range of branches which students of chemistry will appreciate. They will be able to use analytical aspect of chemistry to solve many problems which humanity is facing today.

Course Content

Organic Chemistry revision questions
This section will handle questions from the exam past papers based on specifically organic chemistry. This will enable students to familiarise themselves with exam techniques.

  • Lesson 1. Organic chemistry Exam Questions. Question One
  • Lesson 2. Alkanes
  • Lesson 3
  • Question 2. Revision
  • Revision Question 4
  • Chemistry lab 1 DEMO
  • Alkanes

This will discuss the reactions which alkenes undergo. This will help students gain an understanding of several reactions and characteristics of alkenes.

This topic discusses alkanols/alcohols. Their properties, reactions and uses.

The topic will discuss types of chemical reactions. The topic will also discuss the factors that affect the progression of a chemical reaction. The topic will revise exam past paper questions to help students gain more understanding on chemical reactions.

This topic will study energy changes during a chemical reaction. It will also study endothermic and exothermic reactions. Energy changes will be calculated in the course of the learning.

Redox reactions. Reduction and oxidation reactions are called redox reactions because they occur simultaneously. When one substance is reduced, the other one is oxidized.

This section will revise a few questions from the past papers specifically on physics.

This section will studies the mole concept, chemical equations and calculations involving the mole concept. It will also study balancing of chemical reactions.

This section will discuss empirical and molecular formulae. It will help students to understand the differences between empirical and molecular formulae and the calculations involved.

This will discuss work, energy and power as quantities used in general physics.

This topic will discuss static electricity, electrical circuits and connections of circuits.

Science Quiz
Students are expected to answer the quiz questions which is part of the course.

Magnetism is one aspect of the combined electromagnetic force. It refers to physical phenomena arising from the force caused by magnets, objects that produce fields that attract or repel other objects.

As its name implies, radioactivity is the act of emitting radiation spontaneously. This is done by an atomic nucleus that, for some reason, is unstable; it "wants" to give up some energy in order to shift to a more stable configuration. During the first half of the twentieth century, much of modern physics was devoted to exploring why this happens, with the result that nuclear decay was fairly well understood by 1960. Too many neutrons in a nucleus lead it to emit a negative beta particle, which changes one of the neutrons into a proton. Too many protons in a nucleus lead it to emit a positron (positively charged electron), changing a proton into a neutron. Too much energy leads a nucleus to emit a gamma ray, which discards great energy without changing any of the particles in the nucleus. Too much mass leads a nucleus to emit an alpha particle, discarding four heavy particles (two protons and two neutrons).

This topic will discuss types of salts and their preparation.

An oxide is a chemical compound that contains at least one oxygen atom and one other element in its chemical formula. "Oxide" itself is the dianion of oxygen, an O2– ion. Metal oxides thus typically contain an anion of oxygen in the oxidation state of −2. Students will learn about types and properties of oxides.

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Material Includes

  • While undertaking chemistry lessons, we will use available resources such as videos, live chats, modules, quizzes and various tools for assessment.


  • I recommend chemistry students to posse an inquisitive spirit, dedication and commitment to their studies.
  • -Students of chemistry are also encourage to do more research in chemistry field.


  • This chemistry course is targeting everyone interested in the learning and application of modern chemistry. GCE students, Grade 10 to 12 are encouraged to join this great team of chemists.

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