The year 11 HSC Chemistry course builds you a solid foundation to excel in year 12. The secret to getting a band 6 in the chemistry HSC exam is to know and understand the fundamental concepts you will learn in year 11. We guarantee if you use our study formula, you will succeed in the HSC. Your friends will wonder how you became so effective with your time. How you began to top the class. Here’s the secret, it isn’t hard and you probably already know what you need to do.
Learn the content – make sure you know and understand it – that is step one. Then do practice quizzes to find any gaps in your knowledge, we also provide these for you for free. Then finally, you want to master the concepts. To do this you should complete our past papers and module tests – all specific to the year 11 hsc chemistry course.
- Module 1: Properties of structure and matter
- Introduction to chemistry
- Atoms, Compounds and Molecules. (lesson)
- Separating Techniques (lesson)
- Ionic & Covalent Bonds (lesson)
- Polyatomic ion flashcards (flashcards)
- Allotropes matter: A backbone breaking Carbon discovery (article)
- General Chemical Reactions (lesson)
- Ionic Equations and salts. (lesson)
- Module 2: Introduction to quantitative chemistry
- Module 3: Reactive chemistry
- Module 4: Drivers of reactions
Sample internal exams
Sample End of Year Exam
These resources should serve you well, however, not all the year 11 HSC chemistry content will be specifically covered in the Khan academy course – use caution.
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About the author
Joshua Mills has a bachelor of Adv Science (medical science and medicinal chemistry) from USYD. He founded Edzion.com in 2019 – an online complimentary education company to support and inspire high school science students. Currently he’s undertaking higher degree research, working in a team on a therapeutic to treat children’s bone cancer. In his spare time, he runs ultra-marathons.