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Chemistry 11 Challenge Exam CHEM 0110

Chemistry Course

Course details

The Chemistry 11 Challenge Exam allows students to demonstrate the required chemistry knowledge and skills at the British Columbia grade 11 level. It covers material related to the topics of matter, mole concept, chemical reactions, atomic theory, solution chemistry and organic chemistry. Please refer to the Chemistry 11 entrance requirement set by the Program for which you are applying to determine the minimum grade you need from this challenge exam.


  • BC Science 10 or equivalent. CHEM 11 preferred.





Course offerings

Winter 2023

Below is one offering of CHEM 0110 for the Winter 2023 term.

CRN 81381


Tue Mar 21 (1 day)

  • 1 day
  • CRN 81381
  • $133.60
Class meeting times
Dates Days Times Locations
Mar 21 Tue 18:00 - 21:00 Burnaby SW01 Rm. 3195


Important information
  1. ** IMPORTANT INFORMATION - READ CAREFULLY AND READ IN FULL BEFORE REGISTERING ** This exam will be written in person at the Burnaby campus. The CHEM 0110 exam fee is NON-REFUNDABLE and MUST BE PAID AT THE TIME OF REGISTRATION. Non-payment of the exam fee upon registration will result in the student being dropped from the exam writing without prior notice. The CHEM 0110 exam passing grade is 50%. Students should review their program entrance requirements to determine the minimum acceptable exam grade. Students will be allowed to rewrite the exam once for a maximum total of two writings (lifetime). There will be NO exceptions. Students who choose to rewrite the exam must register and pay the exam fee that applies to the advertised exam date chosen for the rewrite. Students are required to bring to the exam writing: (1) one piece of valid photo identification (a BCIT Student ID Card, Driver’s License, BC Services Card or Passport), (2) a printed exam registration/exam fee payment receipt from -> Student Self Service menu or from BCIT's Registration department (3) a non-programmable scientific calculator (phones and computers are NOT allowed), (4) pen/pencil and eraser. Students will not be permitted to write the exam without the required documentation and the exam fee will be forfeited. Students must arrive at the exam room at least 15 minutes prior to exam start time for ID and exam registration/exam fee payment verification. To obtain information pertaining to the topics tested download the curriculum on the following website - The CHEM 0110 exam does not provide any instructor support prior to the exam writing. Students that are looking for a Chemistry 11 refresher course can also register in CHEM 0108 (see NOTE at bottom regarding this course); this course includes review materials and a 2-hour online (via Zoom) tutorial prior to the exam writing date. Students enrolled in CHEM 0108 (see NOTE at bottom regarding this course) will have additional information emailed to them. The CHEM 0110 exam is paper-based. The maximum time allowed to write the exam is 3 hours. Data Tables provided with the exam are: Periodic Table, Electronegativity Table, Activity Series, Solubility Tables. The student's exam grade will be available online through -> Student Self Service menu in the Check grades section within 2 weeks following the exam writing date. NOTE – for information on the CHEM 0108 course contact Soizic Wadge directly by email

Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this exam, the student will be able to:

  • Have the entrance requirement established by the program for which they are applying.

Note: Programs and courses are subject to change without notice.

Effective as of Spring/Summer 2014


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