H2 Chemistry Tuition

H2 Chemistry tuition is offered at the group level as well as private 1-on-1 tuition. The classes for group tuition are as follow:

2018 JC Chemistry Tuition Class Schedule

LevelDayTimeClass StatusLocation
JC 1Thursday7.00PM - 9.00PMAvailableMarine Parade
JC 1Friday7.00PM - 9.00PMFullBeauty World
JC 1Sunday4.00PM - 6.00PMFilling FastBeauty World
JC2Thursday4.30PM - 6.30PMFilling FastMarine Parade
JC 2Friday4.30PM - 6.30PMFilling FastBeauty World
JC 2Saturday1.00PM - 3.00PMFilling FastMarine Parade
JC 2Saturday5.00PM - 7.00PMFullBeauty World
JC 2Sunday9.00AM - 11.00AMFilling FastMarine Parade

JC Chemistry tuition is taught by Ms Sim Lily, an ex-lecturer in National Junior College with more than 13 years experience teaching A Level H2 Chemistry in Singapore. Upon graduation from NUS with a Bachelor of Applied Science with Honours (Applied Chemistry), Ms Sim followed her passion to teach and enrolled into NIE and obtained her Postgraduate Diploma in Education. She started her teaching career at NJC and taught there for more than 10 years. In 2014, she left NJC to fully focus on providing JC Chemistry tuition, something which she is passionate about.

For all the students she has taught to date, 65% of them scored A’s and 93% scoring A’s and B’s. 85% of her students who had originally scored U’s managed to score B’s and above for their H2 Chemistry paper. Ms Sim’s unique teaching approach also helps her students effectively gain most from each lesson. Here is a sneak peek on the topic of Alkanes in Organic Chemistry


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Topics covered in H2 Chemistry:

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  1. Atomic Structure
  2. Chemical Bonding
  3. The Gaseous State
  4. Theories of Acids and Bases
  5. The Periodic Table
  6. The Mole Concept and Stoichiometry
  7. Chemical Energetics: Thermochemistry and Thermodynamics (Gibbs Free Energy and Entropy)
  8. Reaction Kinetics
  9. Chemical Equilibria
  10. Chemistry of Aqueous Solutions
    1. Acid-base Equilibria
    2. Solubility Equilibri
  11. Organic Chemistry
    1. Introduction
    2. Isomerism
    3. Hydrocarbons
    4. Halogen Derivatives
    5. Hydroxy Compounds
    6. Carbonyl Compounds
    7. Carboxylic Acids and Derivatives
    8. Nitrogen Compounds
  12. Electrochemistry
  13. An Introduction to the Chemistry of Transition Elements
Click to see the in-depth version of H2 Chemistry syllabus.