Revise AS & A2 Biology gives complete study support throughout the two A Level years. This Study Guide matches the curriculum content and provides in-depth course coverage plus invaluable advice on how to get the best results in the exams.
The books in this series present revision in a straightforward and user-friendly way. The authors give tips on common pitfalls and each guide contains help with the best ways to tackle different types of exam questions.
Written by Steve Potter and revised by a senior examiner, Martin Rowland, this AQA AS/A2 Biology Student Unit Guide is the essential study companion for Units 3 and 6: Investigative and Practical Skills in Biology.This full-colour book includes all you need to know to prepare for your Unit 3 and Unit 6 assessments: clear guidance on the range of practical apparatus and techniques that you need to know about and an overview of the scientific method of testing ideas by experimentationexaminer's advice throughout, so you will know what to expect in the assessments and will be able to demonstrate the skills requiredsample investigation tasks for extra practice before your assessments
If you are studying for AS Biology and are following the AQA specification A, this revision guide will give you exactly what you need to know for the exams with no superfluous material. Practice exam style questions are included for each module.
Written by experienced examiners and teachers, this revision guide is tailored to the OCR specification and offers bite-size chunks of information to help students organize their revision; quick-check revision questions; hints and tips; lots of practice exam-style questions; all the answers to the questions in the book.
This revision guide is written at the appropriate level for the exam, giving students a clear indication of the level they are expected to achieve. The content covers everything students need to know for the OCR exams, without extra information needed for other exam specifications.
Advanced supplementary examinations by Helen Eccles
The volumes in this series aim to present revision in a straightforward and user-friendly way. The authors give tips on common pitfalls and each guide contains help with the best ways to tackle different types of exam questions.
Three sets of ocean liners, each destined to be of three vessels, dominated the Atlantic in the Edwardian era. The race to build the biggest and the best began with Mauretania and Lusitania in 1906, followed by the White Star Line's Olympic and Titanic in 1911-12. Each of these pairs was to see a larger sister, developed as a result of changes needed or desired as a result of operating the two earlier vessels, with Cunard's being Aquitania and White Star's, the ill-fated Britannic. Germany's answer to these British behemoths was the Albert-Ballin designed trio of Imperator, Vaterland and Bismarck. Through misfortune or war, two of these vessels would sink but the others led useful lives, with Aquitania surviving two world wars before being scrapped. Designed to be the absolute engineering achievements of their time, these nine vessels dominated the Atlantic. J. Kent Layton tells the story of the Edwardian Superliners in this fabulously illustrated volume, showcasing many images previously unpublished and never before seen. Rarely can one describe a book as definitive, but this volume truly deserves the accolade.