It contains grade 9 analysis and ideas. It also has comments on it’s structure and context.
This file contains all the key quotations for Jekyll and Hyde which can be related to any exam question. It also includes some context and outlines the difference between the two characters: Jekyll and Utterson. It also has some paragraphs on the themes of science vs religion. These are the key ideas that are discussed: Why is Utterson the narrator until chapter 8? How do Jekyll and Utterson display the two sides of human nature? How does Jekyll’s house reflect his character? How does Stevenson present Hyde? Explore the themes of Science VS Religion?
This document contains everything you need for the Energetics topic in A-level Chemistry for the AQA Exam board. It has example questions and answers to demonstrate the techniques and steps needed to solve the question. It also includes exam tips on where students may lose marks. It contains the following topics: Enthalpy Change Standard Enthalpy of Combustion and Formation Endothermic and Exothermic Reactions Bond Enthalpies Calorimetry Hess’s Law
This contains detailed quotation analysis, context and keywords (which are defined. It also contains example PEEL paragraphs, essay plans and essay answers for Act 1 of the Macbeth play.
This resource includes all the key knowledge for Energy, including a few exam tricks for the AQA physics exam papers thus are excellent for last minute revision! These will bring you grades up by at least 2 grades. These flashcards are great for revising when travelling, whether you’re on the bus or when you’re walking. This revision resource is for triple science/separate science, however it can be used for combined (foundation and higher) science.
These electricity flashcards (you can cut them out if you wish to do so) cover everything, from key knowledge, equations, units to required practicals. This is an excellent revision source for any student doing AQA physics. This is for separate science. However if you are doing combine higher or combined foundation, you can go through the specification and cross out the questions that do not relate to the topics that are required for your paper.
This has all the formulas of ionic compounds you must learn for AQA chemistry as/a-level.
These flashcards contain all the information you need to get top marks in your GCSE physics exam (AQA). This resource also contains common questions that the exam board favours with precise answers so you know exactly how to answer them!
These flashcards have all the important information you need to memorize. They are short and straightforward thus are easy to understand. This resource is for triple/separate science, however can be used for combined higher and combined foundation physics AQA GCSE.
It includes: Research methods Students should demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the following research methods, scientific processes and techniques of data handling and analysis, be familiar with their use and be aware of their strengths and limitations: Experimental method. Types of experiment, laboratory and field experiments; natural and quasi-experiments. Observational techniques. Types of observation: naturalistic and controlled observation; covert and overt observation; participant and non-participant observation. Self-report techniques. Questionnaires; interviews, structured and unstructured. Correlations. Analysis of the relationship between co-variables. The difference between correlations and experiments.
Includes everything you need to know for Required Practical 01: Making up a Standard Solution and Carrying Out an Acid-Base Titration Exam specific methodology for making up a standard solution and carrying out an acid-base titration Answers to all exam questions that have came up in previous A-level Chemistry AQA exams (includes why certain steps are done and how to improve the accuracy of the titration) Risks and safety precautions listed How to improve the accuracy of a titration When is it suitable to use certain indicators and why may one be better than the other What colour changes you will expect when using methyl orange or phenolphthalein
Has all the key quotations you need to learn for a question on Hyde. It has context and themes that relate to him. It also includes a essay plan on how Hyde is presented (you will need to embed quotes into it and context).