Human circulation (Large and small)
Two diagrams explaining human circulation, one the large circulation, the other the small circulation.
Addition polymers - PowerPoint
This is a presentation on addition polymers. It contains the basics for understanding addition polymerisation along with much more extra information to further your knowledge
Hormones and some of their key characteristics/ local of production. Include: -Oxytocin ADH GH Endomorphines Prolactine Trophic hormones ( LH, FSH, ACTH, TSH) Melatonin PTH Calcitonin T4 and T3 Glucagon, insulin and somatostatin Adrenaline and noradrenaline Cortisol, cortisone, aldosterone and androgens -thymosin
Summary of membranes. here you will find the main roles of membranes and details about their composition.
Tests for all organic groups
Summary of the tests for all organic groups you’ll come across during your A-level (OCR). Includes: Test for alkenes Test for primary and secondary alcohols Test for the carbonyl (C=O) group Tests for telling apart aldehydes and ketones Test for the carboxyl group (COOH) Test for phenol Tests for haloalkanes
Biological Molecules Summary
Summary of some of the key features of all biological groups covered at A-levels. Includes: water Mineral ions carbohydrates lipids proteins (with enzymes and inhibitors included)
Math Challenge (1) - Functions
I gathered 8 Maths questions I thought were interesting from different University entrance exams in Brazil. I translated them into English so more people could have a go at them. It’s meant to be done without a calculator. A-level knowledge is enough for doing them. Answers and explanations included. enjoy!
All Organic chemistry reactions - A level OCR
This is summary of all reactions you will come across during the AS and A level. The summary is made up of three sections: AS reactions, A level reactions (aliphatic) and A level reactions (aromatic) Here you will find how each group reacts, conditions for reactions, reaction mechanisms, side notes and more.
Graphene research and PowerPoint
A research on graphene describing its structure and potential uses in future technology. It comes with a Powerpoint presentation and links to all resources I used to summarise my findings such as newspaper articles, university websites and Youtube videos.
Maths GCSE - Quadratics and triangles
Worksheet containing: 20 quadratic equations to be solved 14 triangle exercises Answers/explanations at the back.
AS level Maths Edexcel - Worksheet
**- 41 pages worth of Maths AS level questions. - Markscheme attached I have selected some of the questions I found more interesting during my preparation for the Maths AS level. Numeration of the questions is not in the correct order, but the first question on the questions file corresponds to the first marking guidance on the markscheme file and so on Enjoy!
Chemistry challenge (1)
I gathered 11 Chemistry questions I thought were interesting from different university entrance exams in Brazil. I translated them into English so more people could have a go at them A-level knowledge is enough for doing them. Answers and explanations at the back. enjoy!
Maths Exercises (1) - GCSE/A level
Maths exercises for GCSE/A level students covering: Circles Straight lines Areas Volumes Perimeter Graphs Quadratics Discriminants Answers at the back. They get harder as you get to the end.
Biological molecules sheet
sheet summarizing some of the key aspects of the biological molecules topic