(Fun GCSE Chemistry revision quizzes to teach students in Year 10 and Year 11)
Chemistry is all about substances. Smooth ones, gloopy ones, ones you put in your car and ones you spritz from fragrance bottles.
As you approach your GCSE Chemistry exams, the revision can feel overwhelming.
Whether you’re trying to memorise the Periodic Table or refresh your knowledge on polymerisation, facing revision head on can be daunting. It’s like looking a huge bear right in its hungry eyes. And it’s looking back at you. With a knife and fork in its paws.
Yes, you’ve got a lot of stuff to learn but we’re here to help.
We know Chemistry books can be tiresome and we’re going to save you from them. We are your knights in shining armour, here to sweep you away from those sleep-inducing textbooks and show you a new world of revision. Our Chemistry quizzes are bursting with all the key stuff from the National Curriculum, meaning you can revise everything you need to, without constantly thinking about napping. When you power through our Chemistry quizzes, you’ll wonder what you were ever worried about!
Okay. Let’s get down to it. What exactly do we cover?
We are glad you asked, Oh Wise Ones. We’ve got quizzes on endothermic reactions, carbon fuels, acids, salts, bonding and more. We’re like a sweet shop for Chemistry facts (only we don’t taste as good).
Take our quizzes with you anywhere you fancy and complete them as often as you like. We’re easy going. We’re not going to shriek and cry if you get a question wrong. Just try again. We won’t badger you or poke you when you check your phone between questions. We just want you to feel confident and use our quick and enjoyable quizzes to get you ready to take on those exams.
You’ve come a long way since Year 7, young Einsteins. Let’s make this last bit count.
|Quiz Title||Date Played||Previous Score||Options|
|Periodic Table - Group 7 Elements|
|Periodic Table - Group 1 Elements|
|Periodic Table - Transition Elements|
|Periodic Table - Trends in the Periodic Table|
|Periodic Table 1|
|Organic Chemistry 2|
|Organic Chemistry 1|
|Metals - Problems of Extraction|
|Metals - Extraction of Metals|
|Metals - Properties and Uses of|
|Periodic Table 2|
|Reversible and Irreversible Reactions|
|Rates of Reaction 3|
|The Earth and its Atmosphere|
|Rates of Reaction 2|
|Rates of Reaction 1|
|Production of Ammonia 1|
|Production of Ammonia 2|
|Metals - Alloys|
|Limestone - Uses of|
|Balancing Symbol Equations (H)|
|Bonding - Covalent|
|Bonding - Ionic|
|Bonding - Metallic|
|Atoms - Electronic Structure|
|Atomic Structure 3|
|Analysing Substances - Qualitative|
|Analysing Substances - Quantitative|
|Atomic Structure 1|
|Atomic Structure 2|
|Burning Carbon Fuels|
|Endothermic and Exothermic Reactions 2|
|Endothermic and Exothermic Reactions 1|
|Energy from Reactions|
|Limestone - Reactions of|
|Crude Oil - Cracking|
|Crude Oil - Substances from Crude Oil|
|Acids, Bases and Salts|