BGCSE Chemistry Course

Course Description

Are you preparing to sit the BGCSE Chemistry exam? In this course, we cover all topics listed on the Bahamas Ministry of Education BGCSE Chemistry curriculum in 36 video recorded lessons.

Course Format

Self Paced
Our Courses are self based and you can enroll for as long or short as needed.
Video Lessons
Recorded video lessons which you can review as much as needed.
Support Forums
Get additional support from our teacher led support forums.
Online assessments with quizzes and/or assignments

Who is this Course For?

  • Secondary level students needing additional help with Chemistry.

Syllabus – What You Will Learn


What if I need help along the way?
Each registered student has access to priority email support and support through the online discussion forums.
What is your refund policy?
We offer a 14 day (no credit card required) free trial for our courses. During this time period, you can decide if our courses are right for you. Because of this, we do not offer any refund.
Will I be able to pass the BJC exam once I've completed this course?
In this course, we cover all topics on the Ministry of Education curriculum. This means, you will review 3 years worth of content. If you complete all the video lessons, quizzes and assignments you will be able to pass the exam.
Do I need to purchase any textbooks?
No you do not need textbooks to complete this course.

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Mr Mark!

I attained my degree in environmental science from Plymouth University in 1992. Throughout the 1990’s I worked for a number of charities, environmental organisations and NGO’s. I was involved in fundraising, communications, administration and office management. In the late 1990’s and early 2000’s I also took on a variety of positions connected with ICT, finance, and telecommunications. In 2008 I started my teacher training in Valencia (Spain). For the next four years I taught secondary science (Y7-13) in Valencia and Barcelona. Austerity hit and in late 2012 I came back to the UK and became a free-lance writer and science tutor - which is how I became involved in the student shed. Outside of work I am something of an environmental and political activist. I fight passionately and with absolute and total commitment to the causes of social and environmental justice. I am member or connected to several organisations concerned with dealing with climate change fracking and energy issues, stopping conflict and warfare along the arms sales which fuel it, I am a vociferous opponent of austerity economics and believe we need to change the way “things are done” if we are to have a future. My interests are music, travel, reading, film, literature, cooking and a damned good party!

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