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2 versions. One for combined and one for the additional content in separate sciences. 

Discount if you buy both.

Answering six mark questions in your GCSE is much more than just writing down six correct things. There is a skill to answering them that needs to be practiced. Here I have written 25 questions on each subject, given you the answers and guided you through how to answer to get full marks. 

 

The more you practice, the more confident you'll be in the exam!

These are non exam board specific so useful for all exam boards. 

If you are doing combined science - buy only the combined book.

If you are doing separate science - buy both books to cover all the content.

Example Question

58 – Renewable and Non-Renewable Energy Sources

In June 2017, for the first time, over 50% of energy in the UK was supplied by renewable energy. The UK government is leading a drive to promote the increased used if renewable energy sources for generating electricity. Evaluate the use of renewable and non-renewable energy sources.

Planning….                                                  

  • Evaluate give good points, bad points your option and justify your opinion
  • You can use a table for planning

 

Good points

Bad points

Renewable energy

X2

X2

Non- renewable energy

X2

X2

  • What are the good points (aim for at least 2)?
  • What are the bad points (aim for at least 2)?
  • What is your opinion?
  • Explain why you have that opinion
  • Don’t stress too much about your opinion, the examiner is never going to cross-examine you on this, just make one up

 

Table of Contents
  • Exam command words
  • Glossary of exam command words
  • How to answer 6-mark questions
  • How the examiners will mark your work
  • Biology
  • 1 - Drugs
  • 2 - Respiration
  • 3 – Genetic Engineering
  • 4 – Plant Growth
  • 5 – Digestive System
  • 6 – Reflex Arcs
  • 7 - Leaves
  • 8 - Pathogens
  • 9 – Genetic Testing
  • 10 – Contraception
  • 11 - IVF
  • 12 – Defence Against Pathogens
  • 13 – Drugs in Sport
  • 14 – Cloning
  • 15 – Stem Cells
  • 16 - Menstrual Cycle
  • 17 - IVF
  • 18 – Cells
  • 19 – Enzymes
  • 20 – Homeostasis
  • 21 - Blood
  • 22 – Genetic Disorders
  • 23 – Enzymes
  • 24 – Hormonal Contraception.
  • 25 – Plants
  • Chemistry
  • 26 – Covalent bonding
  • 27 – Rates of Reaction (concentration)
  • 28 – Atoms and Ions
  • 29 – Magnesium Chloride
  • 30 – Reactivity series
  • 31 – Extracting Copper
  • 32 - Rates of Reaction (Temperature)
  • 33 - Water
  • 34 – Properties of mystery white powders
  • 35 – Fractional Distillation
  • 36 – Diamond and Graphite
  • 37 - Le Chatelier’s Principle
  • 38 – Evolution of Atmosphere
  • 39 – Life Cycle Assessment
  • 40 - Metals
  • 41 – Carbon in the Atmosphere
  • 42 – Reactivity in Group 1 and Group 7
  • 43 – States of Matter
  • 44 – Rate of Reaction (surface area)
  • 45 – The Periodic Table
  • 46 – Models of the Atom
  • 47 -Group 1
  • 48 – Group 7
  • 49 – Aluminium Electrolysis
  • 50 – Acids and Alkalis
  • Physics
  • 51 – Generators
  • 52 – Radioactivity
  • 53 – Journeys
  • 54 – Thermistors
  • 55 – Nuclear Power
  • 56 – Isotopes
  • 57 - Forces
  • 58 – Renewable and Non-Renewable Energy Sources
  • 59 -AC/DC
  • 60 – Surfaces
  • 61 - Car Safety
  • 62 – Climate Change
  • 63 - Heating
  • 64 – National Grid
  • 65 -Energy Changes
  • 66 - Diodes
  • 67 - Circuits
  • 68 - Waves
  • 69 – Electromagnetic Spectrum
  • 70 - Loudspeakers
  • 71 - Waves
  • 72 – Newton’s Laws of Motion
  • 73 – Atmosphere
  • 74 – Weight and Mass
  • 75 -Electrical Safety
  • Answers

Contents in separate science question book:

  • Culturing microorganism
  • Monoclonal antibodies
  • Producing monoclonal antibodies
  • Plant diseases
  • Plant defence responses             
  • Plant defence responses             
  • The brain            
  • The eye
  • Control of body temperature       
  • Water and nitrogen balance in the body    
  • Control and coordination                 
  • Use of plant hormones      
  • Sexual vs asexual reproduction      
  • DNA structure        
  • Cloning      
  • Theory of evolution              
  • Speciation                 
  • The understanding of genetics          
  • Decomposition        
  • The impact of environmental change              
  • Trophic levels            
  • Pyramids of biomass                
  • Factors affecting food security               
  • Biotechnology               
  • Sizes of particles                  
  • Uses of nanoparticles        
  • Percentage yield                 
  • Atom economy      
  • Concentrations of solutions              
  • Volumes of gases                   
  • Titrations practical                 
  • Cells and batteries                  
  • Fuel cells                     
  • Structure of alkenes               
  • Reactions of alkenes               
  • Alcohols                        
  • Carboxylic acids           
  • Addition polymerisation                          
  • Condensation polymerisation                
  • Naturally occurring polymers                 
  • Flame tests                      
  • Metal hydroxides                         
  • Gas tests                  
  • Flame Emission Spectroscopy         
  • Corrosion and its prevention           
  • Alloys as useful materials                   
  • Ceramics, polymers and composites             
  • The Haber Process                
  • Production and uses of NPK Fertilisers           
  • Thermal insulators                   
  • Static charge              
  • Electric fields              
  • Pressure in gases                      
  • Increasing the pressure of a gas           
  • Background radiation               
  • Uses of nuclear radiation                         
  • Nuclear fission             
  • Moments                        
  • Pressure in a fluid                        
  • Atmospheric pressure                 
  • Acceleration and terminal velocity                          
  • Stopping distance                 
  • Conservation of momentum            
  • Changes in momentum       
  • Reflection of waves               
  • Sound waves           
  • Ultrasound                
  • Lenses         
  • Visible light                
  • Alternators                
  • Transformers              
  • Life cycle of a star                     
  • Orbital motion            
  • Red shift                        

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