Chemistry Required Practical Neutralisation Worksheet with 9-1 Graded Questions and Answers

This Chemistry resource is used with KS4 students. These exam style questions are adapted from AQA past papers and are now individually graded 9-1. It is designed to ask questions on Working Scientifically and the Maths calculations that are involved.

It is normally post practical to test students understanding. It can be used in conjunction with the practical, as a revision or homework activity. It can be used with all abilities and comes with answers.

This is for students studying AQA Science 2019. It covers practical procedure (WS 2.2), risks, hazards and control (WS 2.4) and reading scales (WS 2.6).

It covers the following subjects:
Resolution, Range, Accuracy, Risk Assessment, Independent, Dependent and Control variables, Converting between units, Calculating the mean, recognising Anomalous results etc.

On the top right-hand corner of the sheet the students can identify areas where they need to improve so that teachers can easily see which section they are having trouble with.

For all the Chemistry Practicals (now individually graded) and a help sheet , check out:
https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/all-aqa-chemistry-required-practical-revision-with-exam-style-questions-and-answers-2019-12197299

For other resources (Biology and Physics versions of these, please check out my shop with free and paid for resources at:
https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/stephenkemp193

It can be used as part of the required practical in lessons, as a homework or a revision sheet (even a cover lesson with the answer sheets!).
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Created: Oct 17, 2019

Updated: Nov 9, 2019

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