Chemistry University Guide

How can I prepare to study Chemistry at university?

With so many texts to choose from which books should a prospective Chemistry student read? Cambridge Immerse is here to help. We spoke with our mentor team who are studying Chemistry at the University of Cambridge to ask them what books they think a budding Chemistry student should read before applying.

The benefits of studying Chemistry at Cambridge Immerse

 Experience life as a Chemistry student at Cambridge University. At Cambridge Immerse students have the opportunity to live and study at one of Cambridge Universities beautiful and historic colleges.

Prepare for your university chemistry studies. Our students benefit from 40 hours of chemistry academic sessions and learn in small classes designed and taught by University tutors.

Prepare for your university chemistry application. The Cambridge Immerse programme includes university preparation tests, mock interviews and one-to-one consultations.

Why download our University Chemistry Guide?

Designed to simplify pre-uni chemistry reading. You might ask yourself What should I do if I want to study chemistry at university? Our university chemistry guide will help you understand what you should do to prepare to study chemistry at university and also what life will be like when you are studying chemistry at university!


Written by current students. Our University Chemistry Guide was written by current Cambridge University Chemistry undergraduates. They have been where you are now and are here to help. They have recommended their pre-university readings for Chemistry.


Created with high school students in mind. When it comes to choosing the Chemistry books to read before applying for university it can be quite daunting. If you want to study Chemistry at university this is the guide for you.

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Are you a secondary school student aspiring to study Chemistry at university? Our exclusive guide will help you to prepare to study Chemistry at university.To download our University Chemistry Guide please complete the form below: