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Whether it be Chemistry, Biology or Physics, the Science revison sites below can help with GCSE and A Level exam preparation.....
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The other issue to consider is that many of these available sites fall into two categories, those that offer general study/revision advice on a range of subjects e.g. BBC Bite Size - or those that just concentrate on a particular subject.
Do I have to pay for using the site? All the videos are free. The idea is to cover as much of the specification for Core, Additional and Separate Science and to give access to anyone at any time for free.
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This site has many recommendations and is approved by the UK Government. On a pc it is best displayed at a screen resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels or higher. This site can also be viewed on a tablet or smartphone. Just rotate your smartphone from portrait to landscape.
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Although the site centres around UK science courses, the study notes and revision quizzes should prove useful for chemistry revision of any science course taken by 11-18 year old school-college pupils-students around the English speaking world.
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In 2010, we realised that today's students needed a new and different way to prepare for their GCSEs. And, as digital folk, we knew how cool technology could be. So why not use technology to make learning cool? As our idea took shape, we saw that it had to fit with the way young people live today....
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Whether you are a teacher, doing chemistry at school, or are simply just interested in chemistry, Creative Chemistry has lots for you. There are full-colour worksheets and teaching notes for fun activities suitable for a chemistry club, and around 300 pages of question sheets and ... guides for GCSE and A Level Chemistry.
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BiologyGuide is a revision website for A-Level Biology students from the UK. The website was founded by Simon Bluhm in 2004. We also have notes that are specifically designed for the AQA Human Biology syllabus. Those syllabus are used by most schools in the UK.
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I hope that you will find this site useful. I have had positive feedback from parents who have used my site to help them guide their child through the GCSE and A Level minefield.
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GCSE & A-level Physics If you want to understand everything from the smallest building blocks of matter to the large scale structure of the universe then Physics is the subject for you. Good luck with your studies.
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