This is a breakdown of all of the content that will be on your exam paper, which will assess you on Chemistry, and the Biology you have completed so far.  Use this, your books and all of the resources on Google classroom to identify your strengths and areas that you need to work on in preparation for your exam.

Question content

Match the names of the changes of state to the correct description.




Identify who introduced the Periodic Table in 1869.




Identify the names of the columns in the Periodic Table.




Identify why gaps were left in the Periodic Table and why water is not in the Periodic Table.




Know which elements are in Group 6 and which elements are metals based on their electron arrangement diagrams.




Name which change of state is occurring when shown the arrangement of the particles in each state of matter.




Identify the locations in the Periodic Table of metals, non-metals, very reactive metals such as sodium and potassium, and less reactive metals such as copper and zinc.




Explain why copper sulphate is not in the Periodic Table.




State which chemical is the solute and solvent, and whether something is soluble or insoluble.




Describe how to separate a liquid from a solid.




Describe what has happened when a liquid is left overnight and there is only a solid left behind the next day.




Identify what process causes drops of water to form from a vapour when using distillation equipment.




Describe how you can tell from the diagram that the metals are reacting with acid.




Place the metals in order of reactivity from most reactive to least reactive.




Name the metal salt produced when magnesium reacts with hydrochloric acid.




Describe and explain the differences between solids and gases in terms of kinetic theory.




Describe and explain the properties of the Group 1 metals in the Periodic Table in terms of their name and reactivity.