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Five Year 12 chemistry students entered the 2016 Cambridge University Chemistry Challenge. This involves sitting an extremely challenging exam paper designed to stretch their thinking about chemistry by applying the knowledge they have gained during their study at advanced level, to new areas. 

 

The questions posed often stimulate much debate on, and enthusiasm for, chemistry - raising awareness of what the subject is all about. Tackling the paper also provides a good opportunity to develop some of the skills required for study at university and beyond. The questions are designed to be interesting and challenging and are based on real and relevant chemistry, raising awareness of what the subject is all about.

 

The results for 2016 were:

 

William Gill Silver Award, top 20% of entrants
Rory Cohen Silver Award, top 20%
Lydia Kenny (pictured) Copper award, top 40%
Zoe Mitchell Copper award, top 40%  
James Phelps (pictured) Copper award, top 40% Ben Mason (pictured) Copper award, top 40%
Boaz Thanesh (pictured) Copper award, top 40%

 

Mr Andrew Niven
 
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