"Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood. Now is the time to understand more, so that we may fear less."

- Marie Curie


HSC chemistry tutoring at SIGI Learners is based on the current HSC chemistry syllabus, which contains 4 core modules:

Module 1
Properties & Structure of Matter

Module 2
Introduction to Quantitative Chemistry

Module 3
Reactive Chemistry

Module 4
Drivers of Reactions


Rather than rote learn a series of chemical theories and ideas, which is not the essence of HSC Chemistry, it is much more beneficial for students to be able to relate their learning to everyday experiences and current issues which have a direct impact in their lives.

For instance, did you know that the sodium chloride (that is common table salt) can be used to extinguish fires?

  • History of Chemistry
  • Nature and Practice
  • Application and Uses
  • Implications to Society and the Environment
  • Current Issues, Research and Development

How to Study

  • Break it up

Try to categorise each module into smaller sections. Chemistry in Focus breaks the content up into manageable bits by integrating exercise questions designed to reinforce newly-learnt concepts and theories.

  • Get on top of things

Organise and plan everything ahead of schedule and leave plenty of leeway for mishaps. Have a rough plan with all the important dates, and then fill in the finer details throughout the year depending on the situation.

  • Always ask

Be proactive in your learning. One of the most effective methods is a study group. Team up with your friends and form a regular study group, take turns summarising notes, making up and answering questions, peer teaching, etc.

Excelling in Chemistry requires a 4 step process – reading, understanding, memorising and applying.



Multimedia presentations for visual learning, such as the use of projectors for powerpoints, prezis and videos.


Dedicated & enthusiastic teachers who have experience teaching HSC students and understanding their stress and mindset​

interactive class

1.5 hour interactive class with detailed theory booklet


0.5 hour tutorial to consolidate all the content from class

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