About this Course

  • Objective Questions
  • Flashcards
  • Printed Notes (Only ship within Malaysia)
  • Recorded Video Lesson
Access Limit: 1200 minutes 0 seconds
Course expires on 2020-12-31

This course is designed for students who would like to score A or A+ in SPM Chemistry. Click here to learn how we can help you to achieve your goal.

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Tutor: Mr Kwee SK (14 years experience (year 2012) in teaching SPM Physics and Chemistry. Also the course designer of MyHomeTuition.com).

Course Content:
Form 5 Chapter 1: Rate of Reaction

  1. Introduction to rate of reaction
    1. Meaning of “rate”
    2. Meaning of rate of reaction
    3. Definition of rate of reaction
    4. Common Mistake – High Rate or Fast Rate
    5. Examples of fast and slow reaction
    6. Calculating the average rate of reaction
      1. measureable change
      2. immeasurable changes
  2. Graph of rate of reaction
    1. Graph of product/reactant against time
    2. Finding the average rate of reaction from a graph
    3. Finding instantaneous rate of reaction from a Graph
  3. Factors affecting the rate of reaction
    1. Total surface area
    2. Temperature
    3. Concentration
    4. Presence of catalyst
      1. Characteristics of catalyst
    5. Pressure
  4. Subjective Exercises

Learning material available in this course:

  1. Recorded lessons
  2. Printed note (Will be sent to subscribers’ house by post.)
  3. Presentation slides (The slides tutor used in teaching.)
  4. Interactive Exercise)
  5. Interactive Flashcard)
  6. Interactive Mind Map)
  7. Discussion board (For students to ask question at any time. The question will be emailed to the tutor and the tutor will reply as soon as possible.

MyHomeTuition.com’s online tuition is designed for students who would like to score A or A+ in their SPM exam, and ready to work for it. The course is designed by our tutor and e-learning course designer, Mr Kwee. The course is designed in such a way that it is

  1. Easy to be understood
  2. Easy to be remembered (Mind Maps and Flashcards)
  3. Exam oriented (Frequently asked question in exam and solution)
  4. Easy to be revised (Revise in 1 day)

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