Flavia Belham
Chief Scientist @ Seneca Learning
December 04, 2018
GCSE Chemistry Revision - Free Online Practice Questions

No matter what Chemistry specification you're studying (AQA, Edexcel, OCR or iGCSE), Seneca's revision courses contain everything you’ll need to help you achieve the highest possible grade in your GCSE exams. We cover foundation and higher tier across Double Award, Co-ordinated Sciences, Combined Sciences and straight Chemistry. So whatever class you're taking, you can sign in (for FREE) and learn exactly what you need to know! Take a look at the specs and see a short intro to the most popular courses below.

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Why 500,000+ Students Use Seneca for Chemistry

  • Free Chemistry revision courses
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Exam Boards Specifications

  • AQA GCSE Chemistry PDF
  • CIE iGCSE Chemistry PDF
  • Edexcel GCSE Chemistry PDF
  • Edexcel iGCSE Chemistry PDF
  • OCR GCSE Chemistry PDF

Free GCSE Chemistry Revision Courses

Chemistry Equations Revision GCSE

Our bespoke equations course gives you a condensed version of the course which only covers the equations, reactions and notation you need to know and how you should use them. This includes equations for pH, energy changes, general formulae and the Haber process to name a few.

AQA GCSE Chemistry Revision

AQA GCSE Chemistry Revision

This free online revision course includes all the content you need to ace your AQA GCSE Chemistry exams. Topics covered include atomic structure, energy changes, organic chemistry, chemical analysis, atmospheric chemistry and more!

This free online revision course includes everything you need to know for the AQA Combined Science Chemistry GCSE exams. In the course, you will cover atomic structure, quantitative chemistry, energy changes, organic chemistry, chemical analysis, atmospheric chemistry and much more!

CIE iGCSE Chemistry Revision

CIE iGCSE Chemistry Revision

This free online revision course includes everything you need to know for your exams. The course covers particles, experimental techniques, atom elements and compounds, acid/base chemistry, metals, organic chemistry and more!

This free online revision course includes everything you need to nail you Co-ordindated Sciences CIE iGCSE Chemistry exams. Topics covered include the nature of matter, experimental techniques, stoichiometry, electricity, chemical reactions, organic chemistry, metals and much, much more!

Edexcel GCSE Chemistry Revision

Edexcel GCSE Chemistry Revision

This free online revision course includes everything you need. It covers topics such as chemical changes, equilibria, the periodic table, fuels, earth science and organic chemistry to name a few.

This free online revision course includes states of matter, atomic structure, chemical formulae, bonding, atmospheric chemistry, metal extraction and much more. The whole specification is covered so take a look and see how it can help you!

This free online revision course includes all the content you need for your Edexcel Combined Science Chemistry GCSE exams. This includes the key concepts in chemistry, states of matter, chemical changes, extracting metals and fuel and earth science. There’s much more and everything is specific to what you need to know for your exam.

This free online revision course includes everything you need to know to smash your Edexcel Double Award Chemistry iGCSE exams. Topics covered include the principles of chemistry, elements, organic chemistry, physical chemistry and chemistry in industry. Everything you need to know is covered!

OCR GCSE Chemistry Revision

OCR GCSE Chemistry Revision

This free online revision course includes what you need to know for the OCR Gateway (A) GCSE Chemistry exams. Topics included are particles, chemical reactions, predicting reactions, controlling chemical reactions, global challenges in chemistry, and much more!

This free online revision course includes everything you need to know for your OCR Combined Science Gateway (A) GCSE Chemistry exams. Topics covered include particles, chemical reactions, predicting reactions, global challenges in chemistry and much, much more.

This free online revision course includes everything you need to know for your OCR 21st Century (B) GCSE exams. Topics included in the course are air and water, chemical patterns, chemistry in the natural environment, chemical analysis and the uses of chemistry along with many more!

This free online revision course includes the whole of the specification for your OCR Combined Science 21st Century (B) Chemistry GCSE exams. Topics covered in the course include air and water, chemical patterns, the chemistry of the natural environment, chemical analysis, organic chemistry and much more!

Why You Should Use Chemistry Past Papers

Are you getting stressed by the upcoming exam deadline? One of the best ways to reduce this stress is by doing mock exams and see where you're actually standing. You might realise that you actually already know a lot of the chemistry material. It's also a good way to identify what chemistry topic you should revise a bit more. The best place to find past papers is on the official website of the exam board, which are linked at the top of this article.

Create a Chemistry Revision Timetable

The best scores on chemistry exams are generally achieved by students who planned their revision. Did you already create a revision timetable for chemistry? If not, I would really recommend you do and see how to break the variety of chemistry topics down into more achievable sections. Then it is easy to take 1 or 2 sections during each revision sessions without getting overwhelmed. You can create a dedicate revision timetable for chemistry or incorporate it with out courses and use a tool like the Revision TimeTable Maker from The Student Room.

Alternative Chemistry GCSE Revision Resources

Seneca courses aren't sufficient for you? Fair enough. Here a few other resources that you can use revising for your GCSE Chemistry exams: BBC Bitesize or Youtube.