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Our Objective

Year 11 Chemistry Tutoring and Syllabus

The year 11 Chemistry program at Cosmos aims at helping students understand all the concepts in Chemistry in detail and score maximum marks in their assessments and final exam. We achieve this by providing them with the ultimate combination of our interactive lectures, study material, quizzes, worksheets and continuous formative assessments. Students learn the entire year 11 Chemistry  syllabus as per the latest NSW curriculum in full depth. Students need to attend one class every week along with an optional doubt clearing class every weekend. Each class is 2 hours long with a 10-minute break in between. Students are motivated to keep their assessments up to date on google classroom and parents receive report cards every term containing detailed statistics of their children's test scores. Students can ask our teachers to help them personally with their school homework before/after class hours. 

HSC Chemistry Syllabus

Worried about your chemistry performance in 11? Not sure how exactly you are going to perform well in the examinations? Well, we are here to provide you with the required guidance so that you face no problem in coping up with your Chemistry Hsc Syllabus. We will make the entire Year 11 Chemistry Syllabus extremely easy for you so that you face no problem understanding your lessons. Our team of highly experienced instructors will explain every aspect of Chemistry to you in details so that you have a clear idea of all the basic concepts of chemistry. At the end of the year, you will be completely surprised at the progress that you will make in Year 11 Chemistry.

Weekly Course Schedule

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Chemistry Syllabus

Review of Basic Concepts


  • Mixtures and pure substances
  • Elements and compounds
  • Solids, liquids and gases
  • Solutions and suspensions
  • Physical and Chemical Changes
  • Atoms and molecules
  • Chemical Symbols and formula



  • Melting point and physical states
  • Atomic Radius
  • Ionisation energy
  • Electronegativity
  • Metallic Character and reactivity of water

Chemical Bonding

  • Achieving noble gas configurations
  • Formation of ions - ionic bonding
  • Ionic bonding and the periodic table
  • Naming simple ionic compounds
  • Covalent bonding
  • Drawing electron-dot structures
  • Ionic or covalent bonding and electronegativity
  • Valency and position in the periodic table
  • Naming covalent binary compounds
  • Properties of covalent and ionic bonding
  • Covalent network solids

Chemical reactions, stiochiometry, and the mole


  • The chemical reactions
  • Law of conservation of mass
  • Relative atomic mass
  • Relative molecular mass
  • Relative formula mass
  • The mole
  • Converting between mass, molesand numbers of atoms and molecules
  • Percentage composition
  • Calculating formulae and composition
  • Moles and chemical
  • Mass calculations from chemical equations

Solutions - Concentration and Molality


  • Nature of solutions
  • Different measures of concetration
  • Measuring volumes of solutions
  • Molarity
  • Dilution
  • Solution calculations involving reactions

Gas Laws


  • Gay-lussac and avogadro's law
  • Calculations involving volumes of gases
  • Boyle's law, Charles and Avogadro's Law

Types of Chemical Reaction

  • Indicators of chemical change (reaction)
  • Synthesis reactions
  • Decomposition reactions
  • Combustion reactions
  • Precipitation
  • Predicting precipitation reactions
  • Acid-base reactions
  • Acid-carbonate reactions

Reactions of metals

  • Reactions of metals
  • Displacement reactions
  • Activity series
  • Metal activity and the periodic table
  • Oxidation and reduction
  • Oxidation number

Galvanic Cells

  • Electricity and redox reactions
  • Parts of the Galvanic cells
  • Types of Galvanic Cells
  • Standard Electrode Potential
  • Calculating Voltages for redox reactions
  • Standard electrode potentials and reactivity of metals

Rates of reaction

  • Meaning of rate of reaction
  • Factors influencing
  • Temperature and activation energy
  • Collision theory of statesof reaction states
  • How catalysts work

Energy changes in chemical reactions

  • Exothermic and endothermic reactions
  • Temperature, quantity of heat and heat capacity
  • Enthalpy
  • Measuring enthaply changes for reactions
  • Heat combustion
  • Energy Profiles

Enthalpy and Hess's Law

  • Law of conservation of energy
  • Standard Enhalpy change
  • Standard enthalpy of formation
  • Bond energies

Entropy and Gibbs Free Energy

  • Two basic drives
  • Entropy
  • Sponatiety
  • Effect of temperature on reaction


Parents Say

Our Students'


Kevin S.

Aditi k.

Vishwesh K.

Sanjay K.

Richa F.

Fiona J.

Amol Kumar

My child loved the tutoring. He had no interest in science when he started but he now enjoys it. Shariq made the subject really interesting by showing students videos and doing activities in class. 

Alvin White

Great place for study. students can come anytime and study in the study rooms and also ask questions to teachers. Sai and his team is extremely helpful.

Yousef Mohammed

Rate 5 stars. Nice campus and learning environment. Students are taught several practical based things apart from regular academics.

Tanishka Reddy

Flexible teaching style. Teachers understood that my child was able to catch things fast and already knew the content so they promoted him to the next class and taught him the full syllabus. My son enjoyed his experience.

Sameer Reddy

Received lot of study material for practice. Online quizzes and tests were pretty helpful. Certainly recommend.

Kiran Badekar

Very good coaching center. Nice staff and location.

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Test Yourself


Max Marks


Entropy and Gibbs Free energy

Chemical Reactions Basics

Rates of Reactions

Gas laws












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