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PMT Education provides revision resources to GCSE & A-level students and their teachers. Our subjects include Maths, Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Psychology, Geography and Economics. Not all of our resources are on TES, check out our website for notes, videos, flashcards and more.

PMT Education provides revision resources to GCSE & A-level students and their teachers. Our subjects include Maths, Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Psychology, Geography and Economics. Not all of our resources are on TES, check out our website for notes, videos, flashcards and more.
AQA GCSE Biology Revision Notes (new 9-1 spec)
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AQA GCSE Biology Revision Notes (new 9-1 spec)

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These concise and easy to read notes cover all the content required for AQA GCSE Biology. They are a great revision tool for students to use alongside their studies. Check out our website for more revision resources and other subjects and levels.
Edexcel A-Level Geography Fieldwork
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Edexcel A-Level Geography Fieldwork

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These resources are designed to support students through every stage of their Geography fieldwork investigation. They include: how to pick a question and planning, which statistical tests to use and how to do them, how to write an evaluation and everything in between. These are a perfect handout at the start of a lesson to help students know where to start.
OCR (A) A-Level Chemistry PAG
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OCR (A) A-Level Chemistry PAG

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These are the full set of Practical Activity Group (PAG) for OCR (A) A-Level Chemistry. They include everything students need to know from equipment lists to the method, analysis and more.
AQA A-Level Geography Fieldwork (NEA)
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AQA A-Level Geography Fieldwork (NEA)

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These resources are designed to support students through every stage of their fieldwork investigation. They include: how to pick a question and planning, which statistical tests to use and how to do them, how to write an evaluation and everything in between. These are a perfect handout at the start of a lesson to help students know where to start.