A-Level Biology


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Typology A Level
Methodology Online
Duration Flexible
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  • A Level
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Emagister has added to his list of courses an A-Level Biology designed by the Oxbridge Home Learning.

This program is structured in order for you to learn about the principles of science and genetics.

With it, you will gain a strong basis about Biology and learn about subjects as taxonomy, evolutionary theory, natural selection, global warming

If you want to pursue a career in Biology, then sign up in this A-Level Biology! For more information contact emagister.co.uk.

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· Who is it intended for?

On this course you will: Develop your knowledge and understanding of the different areas of biology as well as how they relate to each other. Explore how society makes decisions about biology-related issues. Learn how biology contributes to the success of the economy and society.

· Requirements

This A-level builds on the course content of GCSE, although it is not necessary to have this qualification before undertaking this A-level.

· Qualification

Title of this qualification as will appear on certificates is the Edexcel Level 3 Advanced GCE in Biology B (Specification number: 9BIO) All the exams must be taken and passed to achieve the full A-Level qualification

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Steve Crawshaw
4.0 22/07/2017
What I would highlight: Professional and friendly from start to finish. I was recommended to Oxbridge by a friend and I would totally recommend them myself to anyone. I'm looking forward for the next course. Thank you!
What could be improved: No complaints.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
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What you'll learn on the course

Animal Care
Skills and Training
Control Systems
Genetic Variation
Living Things
Living Things
Living Things

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Oxbridge Home Learning Oxbridge Home Learning
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Course programme

The full A-Level consists of ten different topics:
  1. Biological Molecules
  2. Cells, viruses and Reproduction of Living Things
  3. Classification & Biodiversity
  4. Exchange & Transport!
  5. Energy for Biological Processes
  6. Microbiology and Pathogens
  7. Modern Genetics
  8. Origins of Genetic Variation
  9. Control Systems
  10. Ecosystems
Topic Summaries for the first 4 topics:

Biological Molecules – The first topic of the course is focused on the “chemistry of life” and the various chemical building blocks on which life is built. Organic molecules such as carbohydrates, lipids and proteins and their functions within living cells are covered as well as the synthesis of DNA and proteins; incredibly important functions that literally are the underlying “code” for the natural world.
The topic also delves into the function and action of enzymes, natural catalysts of biological and cellular chemical reactions as well as how inorganic ions such as nitrates and calcium play their part in living systems before rounding off on why the characteristics and properties of water make it so incredibly important.

Cells, Viruses and Reproduction of Living Things – This topic goes deep within the cell to discover the difference in structures of eukaryotes, prokaryotes and viruses. Here you will also discover the various forms of cell division and how these work together within organisms to sustain life and promote growth as well as their role in the reproduction of plants and animals. This unit also takes a look at the microscope and how we can use them to observe at the cellular and intracellular level.

Classification and Biodiversity - This topic looks at the various models for classifying organisms according to their characteristics and considers the evidence used in the creation of these models. The important idea of natural selection is also discovered and why it can lead to the appearance of completely new species.

Exchange and Transport – In this topic we discover the various transport mechanisms found within the cells of living organisms that allows the movement of vital substances and waste products around the body and into and out of cells. These include the circulatory system, and how it functions and is controlled as well as the vascular system found in plants.
This Oxbridge Home Learning course has been designed to be completed from your home at your own pace. It's flexible, convenient and comprehensive.

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