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Biology A Level at Chelsea Academy

Course description

At AS you will study modules on cell biology, transport systems in animals and plants, biochemistry, nutrition, health, biodiversity and evolution. You will also participate in a series of practical skills classes involving experiments and investigations linked with the modules of study.

In conjunction with the AS modules, you will study modules on communication, homeostasis, photosynthesis, respiration, biotechnology, genetics, ecology and animal/plant responses. You will also further develop your practical skills and conduct more complex experiments and investigations linked with the modules of study.

Entry requirements

An A grade in GCSE Additional Science is required, or a B grade in GCSE Biology. A B grade or above in GCSE Core Science or another science is also required.

Assessment

Coursework: 0%
Examination: 100%

Future opportunities

Through studying Biology at A Level, students will be well prepared for courses in any of the biological, biochemical and biomedical sciences at degree level. In combination with the study of other sciences and mathematics at A Level, students will be well prepared for degree courses in a broad range of scientific disciplines, including medicine, dentistry and veterinary science.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Chelsea Academy directly.

Last updated date: 07 November 2017
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