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Biology at Prospect School

Course description

Biology is a science which is very important to our future lives. It is at the forefront of scientific research and will have a major impact on health and medicine.

Course content

  • Biological molecules
  • Cells
  • Exchange of substances with the environment
  • Genetic information, variation and relationships between organisims
  • Energy transfers in and between organisms
  • Responses to change in internal and external environments
  • Genetics, populations, evolution and ecosystems
  • the control of gene expression

Entry requirements

  • GCSE Science at grade BB or above
  • GCSE Maths at grade 6 or above
  • B grade or higher in modules B1 and B2

Assessment

100% Written Examination

Future opportunities

Biology is the science of life. Studying this fascinating subject will give students a unique insight into the world around them and will provide a passport to a range of careers and opportunities for further study at University or College.
The study of any science at A-Level will provide grounding in Scientific method, logical thinking and problem solving – essential tools in the workplace. A-Level Biology is important for a whole range of careers in medicine, food service, biotechnology and health.

How to apply

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Last updated date: 07 December 2016
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Key information

  • Start date: Next September
  • Duration: 2 Years

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