Series Name

Edexcel AS/A level Chemistry Lab Book

Part of the Edexcel A level Science 2015 series

Publication Date
March 2017

Supporting Success in Science

The Edexcel AS and A level Lab Books support students in completing the A level Core Practical requirements.

This lab book includes:  

  • all the instructions students need to perform the Core Practicals, consistent with our A level online teaching resources  

  • writing frames for students to record their results and reflect on their work  

  • CPAC Skills Checklists, so that students can track the practical skills they have learned, in preparation for their exams  

  • practical skills practice questions  

  • a full set of answers.

This lab book is designed to help students to:  

  • structure their A level lab work to ensure that they cover the Core Practical assessment criteria

  • track their progress in the development of A level practical skills  

  • create a record of all of the Core Practical work they will have completed, in preparation for revision.

See also:

Edexcel A level Biology Lab Book

Edexcel A level Physics Lab Book


Customer Reviews

Pearson response
7 June 2017

Thank you for your feedback. Many teachers expressed a preference for the answers to be included in the Lab Books. Please also note that the answers are mainly for the exam-style questions rather than every question asked in the practicals.

Geoffrey Tunnicliffe, Teacher of Chemistry
Elthorne Park High School
5 June 2017

Why put the answers in it? It makes it useless as a document to replace individual sheets. Otherwise its good

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