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GCSE (9-1) Chemistry

Why choose WJEC Eduqas GCSE (9-1) Chemistry?

Separate papers for applications and processes
Direct access to Chemistry specialists

Unlimited access to free digital resources
Face-to-face CPD training courses
Face-to-face examiner training


GCSE (9-1) Grading

From 2017, reformed GCSEs in England will be graded 9 to 1, find out more about the GCSE 9-1 grading scale

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Maths resources for Science learners
Free downloadable teacher technician guide sheets
Comprehensive guidance for teaching resource

Other Levels AS/A level
Status Accredited
Teaching from 2016
QAN 601/8640/9

Our GCSE (9-1) Chemistry specification has been accredited by Ofqual. The specification is available to teach in schools and colleges in England from September 2016. 

The sample assessment materials include exemplar question papers and mark schemes.

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We offer a range of materials to support the teaching and learning of this qualification.

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Question Bank for GCSE Chemistry 

Question Bank is a free tool for GCSE (9-1) Chemistry which allows you to create practice question papers from thousands of past paper questions. In just a few clicks, you can create your own customised paper from our bank of WJEC Eduqas examination questions.

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Current WJEC Specification

WJEC continues to provide support and training to all UK schools and colleges teaching our WJEC GCSE Chemistry specification. This qualification continues to run in England until its final assessment, by which time the WJEC Eduqas qualification will already be available to schools and colleges.