A Level Biochemistry

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... such as Biology, Medicine and Dentistry, Vetinary Science, Biochemistry, Science, Pharmacy, Forensic Science, Psychology and many others. How will I learn? In biology all of the teaching is carried out in a fully equipped, highly resourced specialist biology laboratory. You will learn by... Learn about: IT for adults...

  • A Level
  • Hackney
  • September
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...AS Units. Unit 1 - Biology and Disease: Study of Cells, Microscopes and Pathogens, the effect of human lifestyle on health, the Digestive System, Biochemistry, Enzymes, Tissues, the Blood, Heart and Exercise. Unit 2 - Variety of Living Organisms Protein Synthesis, Mitosis and The Cell Cycle... Learn about: Human Biology...

  • A Level
  • Blackpool
  • 2 Years
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A Level A2 Level Biology in London Brooke House Sixth Form College

...Biology at A2 Level builds on the knowledge you will have already gained at AS Level. Achieving a full A Level in Biology. can lead to a wide range of careers or degree courses. Recent students of Biology have gone on to study Biomedical. Sciences, Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Biochemistry, Biology...

  • A Level
  • London
  • 1 Year
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...Biology includes a wide range of topics involving both plants and animals. Topics include: AS Level: Heart and lung structure and function. Structure of cells. How lifestyle can affect human health. Biochemistry. DNA and cell division. A Level: Biochemistry of photosynthesis and respiration... Learn about: Human Biology...

  • A Level
  • Alton, Hampshire
  • 2 Years
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...Students will also investigate a specific industry in preparation for examination. You will investigate strategies used by business and how the wider world impacts on...

  • A Level
  • Bexhill-on-sea
  • 2 Years
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..., kevlar What's in a medicine? Chemistry of aspirin and other pharmaceuticals The Thread of Life: Biochemistry of amino acids, proteins, rates of reaction... Learn about: Molecular Science, Nuclear Chemistry, Organic Chemistry...

  • A Level
  • Winchester
  • 2 Years
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A Level Full Time Chemistry in Cambridge Hills Road Sixth Form College

...A foundation unit building on materials covered in GCSE courses, e.g. structure, bonding, electron configurations, the mole and equations. 30% Unit... Learn about: Analytical Chemistry, Organic Chemistry...

  • A Level
  • Cambridge
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...You also study interesting new topics such as mass spectrometry and green topics such as the destruction of the ozone layer and what we can do to prevent... Learn about: Molecular Science, Nuclear Chemistry...

  • A Level
  • Barnstaple
    and another venue.
  • 2 Years
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...All safety equipment and lab coats are provided by the department. You may be asked to cover costs of transport for any visits arranged throughout the course... Learn about: Laboratory Practice, Organic Chemistry...

  • A Level
  • Consett
  • 1 Year
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...What kind of student will do well on this course? Independent learners Students who can meet deadlines Students who can solve simple mathematical equations... Learn about: Organic Chemistry, Theoretical Chemistry...

  • A Level
  • Surrey
  • 2 Years
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...extraction build on work undertaken at GCSE. You will consider economic and social factors in metal extraction as well as the underlying chemical principles... Learn about: Chemical Engineering, Molecular Science, Nuclear Chemistry...

  • A Level
  • Telford
  • 2 Years
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...Kinetics, Equilibria and Organic Chemistry Unit 5 - Energetics, Redox and Inorganic Chemistry Unit 6 - Investigative and Practical Skills in A2 Chemistry... Learn about: Industrial Processes, Chemical Engineering...

  • A Level
  • Blackpool
  • 2 Years
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...experiments and the work you do may assist you in your quest for a university place. Course Aims The course aims to show you how chemistry is used in... Learn about: Organic Chemistry, Theoretical Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry...

  • A Level
  • Totton
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...How will I learn? The course is based on a number of different topics with titles such as-Developing Fuels, -What's in a Medicine?, -The Polymer Revolution... Learn about: Organic Chemistry, Industrial Processes...

  • A Level
  • Alton, Hampshire
  • 2 Years
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...and ethical issues and aspects of health and safety. The first year of the course includes topics relating to inorganic, physical and organic chemistry... Learn about: Organic Chemistry, Molecular Science, Nuclear Chemistry...

  • A Level
  • Newport
    and 2 other venues
    (Wales)
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... can also provide the foundation for the many purely scientific branches of the biological sciences, such as physiology, biochemistry, ecology, pharmacology, marine... Learn about: Cell Biology...

  • A Level
  • Winchester
  • 2 Years
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A Level Chemistry - Distance Learning Home Learning International

...Chemistry Topics 4.1 – Kinetics 4.2 – Equilibria 4.3 – Acids and Bases 4.4 – Nomenclature and Isomerism in Organic Chemistry 4.5 – Compounds Containing... Learn about: Chemical Industry, OCR Chemistry, AQA Chemistry...

  • A Level
  • Distance Learning
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...AS modules: Biology and Disease: includes a study of the blood and circulation, lung structure and the digestive system and how these are affected by disease... Learn about: Cell Biology...

  • A Level
  • Filton
  • 2 Years
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... to continue your studies in a related subject, you could apply for university courses in biological science, biochemistry, microbiology, biotechnology, ecology... Learn about: Food Science, Basic IT, Chemical Energy...

  • A Level
  • Rhos-on-sea (Wales)
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...AS students sorting seeds of different species What will I study on this course? The course covers a wide range of topics including: Cardiovascular disease... Learn about: Human Biology...

  • A Level
  • Surrey
  • 2 Years
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