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A* A Level Biology Revision

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A Level Biology Teacher & online tutor, Biomedical Science graduate and recent A* student. Providing concise, bullet-point revision notes based on mark schemes designed to help students exactly what the examiners are looking for. For more resources and exam technique classes, visit my website biologywitholivia.co.uk

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A Level Biology Teacher & online tutor, Biomedical Science graduate and recent A* student. Providing concise, bullet-point revision notes based on mark schemes designed to help students exactly what the examiners are looking for. For more resources and exam technique classes, visit my website biologywitholivia.co.uk
Carbohydrates | A Level Biology Concise A* notes
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Carbohydrates | A Level Biology Concise A* notes

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A LEVEL BIOLOGY CARBOHYDRATES NOTES + TEMPLATE Easy to learn, concise, bullet point revision notes Covers every point on the AQA specification for topic 3.1.2 carbohydrates Based on the analysis of 10+ years of past papers and mark schemes Website: biologywitholivia.co.uk YouTube: Biology with Olivia Instagram: @biologywitholivia TikTok: @biologywitholivia Email: hello@biologywitholivia.co.uk
Past paper progress tracker | GCSE & A Level Revision
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Past paper progress tracker | GCSE & A Level Revision

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4 steps to getting the most out of your revision using past papers: Do the paper under exam conditions Self-mark the paper (be harsh) and focus on analysing your answers and shaping them into model answers Document what you’ve learned from that paper. Think about the bigger picture, particularly for application / practical / data analysis questions. This will help you develop your exam technique. Create an action plan and follow this up before you try another paper. Try and keep your action plans small and manageable e.g. 25 minutes creating flashcards for carbohydrates because you dropped the marks on that exam question Track your marks using this past paper progress tracker!
2018 AS Biology AQA paper 1 | A* model answers & annotations - exam technique
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2018 AS Biology AQA paper 1 | A* model answers & annotations - exam technique

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Model answers and annotations for AQA AS Biology paper 1 I’ve annotated the paper as I would in the exam so that students can see how to approach each question in a way that allows them to figure out what the examiners are looking for Model answers to help students make sense of the mark schemes which can often be vague and difficult to understand Step by step calculations for maths questions Topics: Q1 - heart / circulation, scientific drawing Q2 - monomers and polymers, carbohydrates, osmosis and percentage decrease Q3 - DNA structure, DNA replication, calculation Q4 - prokaryotic cell structure, cell division calculation Q5 - lipids Q6 - species and taxonomy Q7 - protein synthesis Q8 - water, ATP, experiment, units, maths Q9 - gas exchange, evaluate Q10 - passage question, immunity, mutations More resources: www.biologywitholivia.co.uk Paper: https://filestore.aqa.org.uk/sample-papers-and-mark-schemes/2018/june/AQA-74011-QP-JUN18.PDF Mark scheme: https://filestore.aqa.org.uk/sample-papers-and-mark-schemes/2018/june/AQA-74011-W-MS-JUN18.PDF Examiner report: https://filestore.aqa.org.uk/sample-papers-and-mark-schemes/2018/june/AQA-74011-WRE-JUN18.PDF
FREE LIMITED TIME ONLY concise A* AS Biology revision notes (AQA)
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FREE LIMITED TIME ONLY concise A* AS Biology revision notes (AQA)

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I’m offering these notes free for a limited time to help students in light of school closures. I’ve condensed the whole A Level Biology AQA course into a series of topic by topic guides. I used these notes alongside practice exam questions and managed to achieve an A* in A Level Biology in 2017. Doing well in biology isn’t all about being ‘clever’, it’s about being strategic and working smart (as well as hard work, of course). I truly believe anyone can do well. I hope that these notes will not just help students understand biology, but also understand exactly what the examiners are looking for. Easy to learn, concise, bullet point revision notes Covers every point on the AQA specification - no more, no less Based on the analysis of 10+ years of past papers and mark schemes (we all know how specific biology mark schemes are) Some example exam data/application questions and model answers to make sure students are fully equipped for the exam Model answers and annotations for 2018 AS Paper 1: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/2018-as-biology-aqa-paper-1-a-model-answers-and-annotations-exam-technique-12305611 Website: www.biologywitholivia.co.uk YouTube channel for A Level Biology tutorials, including past paper walk throughs: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbt--SeFjS_B7ZgrWOqSUmA
8.2.2 Regulation of transcription and translation exam questions | A Level Biology AQA
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8.2.2 Regulation of transcription and translation exam questions | A Level Biology AQA

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www.biologywitholivia.co.uk 29 pages of exam questions and mark schemes Topic: 3.8.2.2 regulation of transcription and translation (transcription factors, oestrogen, epigenetics & RNAi) Exam questions taken from old spec a level biology and human biology past papers. Some of the content is new to the 2015 specification so I have also sourced some exam questions that are relevant from other exam boards, such as Edexcel and OCR. Could be used as an activity in class, given as homework, or for revision
3.4.1.3 Tissue fluid exam questions | A Level Biology AQA
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3.4.1.3 Tissue fluid exam questions | A Level Biology AQA

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www.biologywitholivia.co.uk 16 pages of exam questions and mark schemes Topic: 3.4.1 mass transport in animals - tissue fluid and capillaries Exam questions taken from old biology and human biology past papers, AQA Could be used as an activity in class, given as homework, or for revision
3.4.1 Mass transport in animals (haemoglobin, cardiac cycle, etc) exam questions | AS Biology AQA
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3.4.1 Mass transport in animals (haemoglobin, cardiac cycle, etc) exam questions | AS Biology AQA

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www.biologywitholivia.co.uk 65 pages of exam questions and mark schemes Topic: 3.3.4.1 mass transport in animals - haemoglobin, blood circulation, the heart, the cardiac cycle, arteries/arterioles/veins, tissue fluid and capillaries, cardiovascular disease Exam questions taken from old biology and human biology past papers, AQA Could be used as an activity in class, given as homework, or for revision