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The whole of AQA Biology Paper 1 in only 63 minutes!
Practicals;
1: use of a light microscope.
3: use qualitative reagents to test for a range of carbohydrates, lipids and proteins.
5: investigate the effect of light on the rate of photosynthesis of an aquatic plant such as pondweed.
List of topics in Specification order;
-Cell division
-Animal tissues, organs and organ systems
-Communicable diseases
-Photosynthesis
Topics not assessed in this paper:
-Osmosis
-Active transport
-Coronary heart disease: a non-communicable disease
-Uses of glucose from photosynthesis
-Respiration
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff questions
Date;15th June - Morning
The Whole of AQA Biology Paper 2
Practicals;
7: measure the population size of a common species in a habitat
List of topics in Specification order;
-Hormonal control in humans
-Reproduction
-Adaptations, interdependence and competition
-Organisation of an ecosystem
Topics not assessed in this paper:
-The human nervous system
-Hormones in human reproduction
-Contraception
-Sexual and asexual reproduction
-Meiosis
-Sex determination
-Variation
-Evolution
-Selective breeding
-Extinction
-Resistant bacteria
-Adaptations
-Biodiversity
-Land use
-Deforestation
-Global warming
-Maintaining biodiversity
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff questions
Date; 27th May - Morning
The Whole of AQA Chemistry Paper 1 in only 72 minutes!
Practicals;
8: preparation of a pure, dry sample of a soluble salt
9: investigate what happens when aqueous solutions are electrolysed
10: investigate the variables that affect temperature changes in reacting solutions
List of topics in Specification order;
-The periodic table
-How bonding and structure are related to the properties of substances
-Structure and bonding of carbon
-Reactivity of metals
-Reactions of acids
-Electrolysis
Topics not assessed in this paper:
• Not applicable
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff questions
Date; 20th June - Morning
The Whole of AQA Chemistry Paper 2 in only 48 minutes!
Practicals;
11: investigate how changes in concentration affect the rates of reactions by a method involving measuring the volume of a gas produced and a method involving a change in colour or turbidity.
12: investigate how paper chromatography can be used to separate and tell the difference between coloured substances. Students should calculate Rf values.
List of topics in Specification order;
-Rate of reaction
-Reversible reactions and dynamic equilibrium
-Carbon compounds as fuels and feedstock
-Purity, formulations and chromatography
-The composition and evolution of the Earth’s atmosphere
-Common atmospheric pollutants and their sources
-Using the Earth’s resources and obtaining potable water
Topic not assessed in this paper:
-Carbon dioxide and methane as greenhouse gases
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff questions
Date; 9th June - Afternoon
The Whole of AQA Physics Paper 1 in only 40 minutes!
Practicals;
14: an investigation to determine the specific heat capacity of one or more materials. The investigation will involve linking the decrease of one energy store (or work done) to the increase in temperature and subsequent increase in thermal energy stored.
16: use circuit diagrams to construct appropriate circuits to investigate the I–V characteristics of a variety of circuit elements, including a filament lamp, a diode and a resistor at constant temperature.
List of topics in Specification order;
-Energy changes in a system, and the ways energy is stored before and after such changes
-National and global energy resources
-Current, potential difference and resistance
-Changes of state and the particle model
-Atoms and nuclear radiation
Topics not assessed in this paper:
-Domestic uses and safety
-Particle model and pressure
-Atoms and isotopes
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff questions
Date; 23rd June - Morning
The whole of AQA Physics Paper 2 in only 47 minutes!
Practicals;
21: investigate how the amount of infrared radiation absorbed or radiated by a surface depends on the nature of that surface.
List of topics in Specification order;
-Forces and their interactions
-Describing motion along a line
-Forces, accelerations and Newton's Laws of motion
-Forces and braking
-Electromagnetic waves
-Permanent and induced magnetism, magnetic forces and fields
-The motor effect
Topic not assessed in this paper:
-Forces and elasticity
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff questions
Date; 17th May - Morning
The whole of AQA Biology Paper 1 in only 63 minutes!
Practicals;
3: use qualitative reagents to test for a range of carbohydrates, lipids and proteins.
4: investigate the effect of pH on the rate of reaction ofamylase enzyme.
5: investigate the effect of light on the rate of photosynthesis of an aquatic plant such as pondweed.
List of topics in Specification order;
-Cell division
-Animal tissues, organs and organ systems
-Photosynthesis
Topics not assessed in this paper:
-Microscopy
-Transport in cells
-Plant tissues, organs and systems
-Viral diseases
-Fungal diseases
-Protist diseases
-Human defence systems
-Uses of glucose from photosynthesis
-Response to exercise
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff questions
Date; 15th June - Morning
The Whole of AQA Biology Paper 2
Practicals;
7: measure the population size of a common species in a habitat
List of topics in Specification order;
-Hormonal control in humans
-Organisation of an ecosystem
-Biodiversity and the effect of human interaction on an ecosystem
Topics not assessed in this paper:
-The human nervous system
-Contraception
-Sexual and asexual reproduction
-DNA and the genome
-Genetic inheritance
-Inherited disorders
-Sex determination
-Variation and evolution
-The development of understanding of genetics and evolution
-Adaptations
-Land use
-Deforestation in this paper:
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff questions
Date; 27th May - Morning
The Whole of AQA Chemistry Paper 1 in only 72 minutes!
Practicals;
8: preparation of a pure, dry sample of a soluble salt
9: investigate what happens when aqueous solutions are electrolysed
10: investigate the variables that affect temperature changes in reacting solutions
List of topics in Specification order;
-How bonding and structure are related to the properties of substances
-Use of amount of substance in relation to masses of pure substances
-Reactivity of metals
-Reactions of acids
-Electrolysis
-Exothermic and endothermic reactions
Topics not assessed in this paper:
• Not applicable
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff questions
Date; 20th June - Morning
The Whole of AQA Chemistry Paper 2 in only 48 minutes!
Practicals;
11: investigate how changes in concentration affect the rates of reactions by a method involving measuring the volume of a gas produced and a method involving a change in colour or turbidity.
12: investigate how paper chromatography can be used to separate and tell the difference between coloured substances. Students should calculate Rf values.
List of topics in Specification order;
-Rate of reaction
-Reversible reactions and dynamic equilibrium
-Carbon compounds as fuels and feedstock
-Purity, formulations and chromatography
-The composition and evolution of the Earth’s atmosphere
-Using the Earth’s resources and obtaining potable water
Topic not assessed in this paper:
-Identification of common gases
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff questions
Date; 9th June - Afternoon
The Whole of AQA Physics Paper 1 in only 40 minutes!
Practicals;
14: an investigation to determine the specific heat capacity of one or more materials. The investigation will involve linking the decrease of one energy store (or work done) to the increase in temperature and subsequent increase in thermal energy stored.
16: use circuit diagrams to construct appropriate circuits to investigate the I–V characteristics of a variety of circuit elements, including a filament lamp, a diode and a resistor at constant temperature.
List of topics in Specification order;
-Energy changes in a system, and the ways energy is stored before and after such changes
-Energy transfers
-Changes of state and the particle model
-Particle model and pressure
-Atoms and isotopes
-Atoms and nuclear radiation
Topics not assessed in this paper:
-Series and parallel circuits
-Domestic uses and safety
-Internal energy and energy transfers
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff questions
Date; 23rd June - Morning
The whole of AQA Physics Paper 2 in only 47 minutes!
Practicals;
21: investigate how the amount of infrared radiation absorbed or radiated by a surface depends on the nature of that surface.
List of topics in Specification order;
-Forces and their interactions
-Describing motion along a line
-Forces, accelerations and Newton's Laws of motion
-Momentum
-Electromagnetic waves
-The motor effect
Topics not assessed in this paper:
-Forces and elasticity
-Forces and braking
-Permanent and induced magnetism, magnetic forces and fields
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff questions
Date; 17th May - Morning
The whole of AQA Biology Paper 1 in only 63 minutes!
Practicals;
1: use a light microscope to observe plant cells.
3: investigate the effect of a range of concentrations of salt solution on the mass of plant tissue.
4: use qualitative reagents to test for a range of carbohydrates, lipids and proteins.
List of topics in Specification order;
-Cell structure
-Transport in cells
-Animal tissues, organs and organ systems
-Plant tissues, organs and systems
-Communicable diseases
-Monoclonal antibodies
Topics not assessed in this paper:
-Blood
-Cancer
-Antibiotics and pain killers
-Discovery and development of drugs
-Response to exercise
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff questions
Date;15th June - Morning
The Whole of AQA Biology Paper 2
Practicals;
8: investigate the effect of light on the growth of newly germinated seedlings.
9: measure the population size of a common species in a habitat.
List of topics in Specification order;
-The human nervous system
-Hormonal control in humans
-Plant hormones
-Reproduction
-Organisation of an ecosystem
Topics not assessed in this paper:
-Structure and function
-The brain
-The eye
-Hormones in human reproduction
-Contraception
-The use of hormones to treat infertility
-Negative feedback
-Use of plant hormones
-Advantages and disadvantages of sexual and asexual reproduction
-Sex determination
-Variation and evolution
-The development of understanding of genetics and evolution
-Classification of living organisms
-Adaptations
-Impact of environmental change
-Biodiversity
-Deforestation
-Maintaining biodiversity
-Trophic levels
-Pyramids of biomass
-Sustainable fisheries
-Role of biotechnology
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff questions
Date; 27th May - Morning
The Whole of AQA Chemistry Paper 1 in only 72 minutes!
Practicals;
1: preparation of a pure, dry sample of a soluble salt from an insoluble oxide or carbonate, using a Bunsen burner to heat dilute acid and a water bath or electric heater to evaporate the solution.
2: determination of the reacting volumes of solutions of a strong acid and a strong alkali by titration.
4: investigate the variables that affect temperature changes in reacting solutions such as, eg, acid plus metals, acid plus carbonates, neutralisations, displacement of metals.
List of topics in Specification order;
-The periodic table
-Chemical bonds, ionic, covalent and metallic
-How bonding and structure are related to the properties of substances
-Structure and bonding of carbon
-Use of amount of substance in relation to masses of pure substances
-Reactivity of metals
-Reactions of acids
-Electrolysis
-Exothermic and endothermic reactions
Topic not assessed in this paper:
-Bulk and surface properties of matter including nanoparticles
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff questions
Date; 20th June - Morning
The Whole of AQA Chemistry Paper 2 in only 48 minutes!
Practicals;
5: investigate how changes in concentration affect the rates of reactions by a method involving measuring the volume of a gas produced and a method involving a change in colour or turbidity. This should be an investigation developing a hypothesis.
7: use of chemical tests to identify the ions in unknown single ionic compounds covering the ions from sections Flame tests through to Sulfates.
List of topics in Specification order;
-Rate of reaction
-Reversible reactions and dynamic equilibrium
-Carbon compounds as fuels and feedstock
-The composition and evolution of the Earth’s atmosphere
-Using the Earth’s resources and obtaining potable water
-The Haber process and the use of NPK fertilisers
Topic not assessed in this paper:
-Carbon dioxide and methane as greenhouse gases
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff questions
Date; 9th June - Afternoon
The Whole of AQA Physics Paper 1 in only 40 minutes!
Practicals;
2: investigate the effectiveness of different materials as thermal insulators and the factors that may affect the thermal insulation properties of a material.
5: use appropriate apparatus to make and record the measurements needed to determine the densities of regular and irregular solid objects and liquids
List of topics in Specification order;
-Energy changes in a system, and the ways energy is stored before and after such changes
-Conservation and dissipation of energy
-Energy transfers
-Changes of state and the particle model
-Internal energy and energy transfers
Topics not assessed in this paper:
-Current, potential difference and resistance
-Series and parallel circuits
-Domestic uses and safety
-Particle model and pressure
-Atoms and isotopes
-Hazards and uses of radioactive emissions and of background radiation
-Nuclear fission and fusion
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff questions
Date; 23rd June - Morning
The whole of AQA Physics Paper 2 in only 47 minutes!
Practicals;
9: investigate the reflection of light by different types of surface and the refraction of light by different substances.
List of topics in Specification order;
-Forces and their interactions
-Work done and energy transfer
-Forces and elasticity
-Pressure and pressure differences in fluids
-Describing motion along a line
-Momentum
-Waves in air, fluids and solids
-Solar system; stability of orbital motions; satellites
-Red-shift
Topics not assessed in this paper:
-Moments, levers and gears
-Electromagnetic waves
-Black body radiation
-Permanent and induced magnetism, magnetic forces and fields
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff questions
Date; 17th May - Morning
The whole of AQA Biology Paper 1 in only 63 minutes!
Practicals;
1: how a light microscope is used to observe plant cells.
3: investigate the effect of a range of concentrations of salt solution on the mass of plant tissue.
4: use qualitative reagents to test for a range of carbohydrates, lipids and proteins.
6: investigate the effect of light intensity on the rate of photosynthesis using an aquatic organism such as pondweed.
List of topics in Specification order;
-Cell structure
-Transport in cells
-Animal tissues, organs and organ systems
-Communicable diseases
-Photosynthesis
Topics not assessed in this paper:
-Cell differentiation
-Principles of organisation
-Blood
-Cancer
-Protist diseases
-Uses of glucose from photosynthesis
-Aerobic and anaerobic respiration
-Response to exercise
-Metabolism
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff questions
Date;15th June - Morning
The Whole of AQA Biology Paper 2
Practicals;
7: carry out an investigation into human reaction times.
8: investigate the effect of light on the growth of newly germinated seedlings.
9: measure the population size of a common species in a habitat.
List of topics in Specification order;
-The human nervous system
-Hormonal control in humans
-Plant hormones
-Reproduction
-The development of understanding of genetics and evolution
Topics not assessed in this paper:
-The brain
-The eye
-Maintaining water and nitrogen balance in the body
-Advantages and disadvantages of sexual and asexual reproduction
-DNA structure
-Sex determination
-Variation and evolution
-Theory of evolution
-Speciation
-The understanding of genetics
-Resistant bacteria
-Adaptations
-How materials are cycled
-Decomposition
-Biodiversity
-Land use
-Deforestation
-Global warming
-Maintaining biodiversity
-Trophic levels in an ecosystem
-Food production
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff questions
Date; 27th May - Morning
The Whole of AQA Chemistry Paper 1 in only 72 minutes!
Practicals;
1: preparation of a pure, dry sample of a soluble salt from an insoluble oxide or carbonate, using a Bunsen burner to heat dilute acid and a water bath or electric heater to evaporate the solution.
2: determination of the reacting volumes of solutions of a strong acid and a strong alkali by titration.
4: investigate the variables that affect temperature changes in reacting solutions such as, eg, acid plus metals, acid plus carbonates, neutralisations, displacement of metals.
List of topics in Specification order;
-A simple model of the atom, symbols, relative atomic mass, electronic charge and isotopes
-The periodic table
-Chemical bonds, ionic, covalent and metallic
-How bonding and structure are related to the properties of substances
-Bulk and surface properties of matter including nanoparticles
-Reactions of acids
-Exothermic and endothermic reactions
Topic not assessed in this paper:
-Chemical cells and fuel cells
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff questions
Date; 20th June - Morning
The Whole of AQA Chemistry Paper 2 in only 48 minutes!
Practicals;
5: investigate how changes in concentration affect the rates of reactions by a method involving measuring the volume of a gas produced and a method involving a change in colour or turbidity. This should be an investigation developing a hypothesis.
6: investigate how paper chromatography can be used to separate and tell the difference between coloured substances. Students should calculate Rf values.
7: use of chemical tests to identify the ions in unknown single ionic compounds covering the ions from sections Flame tests through to Sulfates.
8: analysis and purification of water samples from different sources, including pH, dissolved solids and distillation.
List of topics in Specification order;
-Rate of reaction
-Reversible reactions and dynamic equilibrium
-Carbon compounds as fuels and feedstock
-Identification of ions by chemical and spectroscopic means
-The composition and evolution of the Earth’s atmosphere
-Using the Earth’s resources and obtaining potable water
-Life cycle assessment and recycling
-The Haber process and the use of NPK fertilisers
Topic not assessed in this paper:
-Identification of common gases
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff questions
Date; 9th June - Afternoon
The Whole of AQA Physics Paper 1 in only 40 minutes!
Practicals;
2: investigate the effectiveness of different materials as thermal insulators and the factors that may affect the thermal insulation properties of a material.
5: use appropriate apparatus to make and record the measurements needed to determine the densities of regular and irregular solid objects
List of topics in Specification order;
-Energy changes in a system, and the ways energy is stored before and after such changes
-Conservation and dissipation of energy
-Current, potential difference and resistance
-Static electricity
-Changes of state and the particle model
-Internal energy and energy transfers
-Atoms and nuclear radiation
Topics not assessed in this paper:
-Domestic uses and safety
-Particle model and pressure
-Atoms and isotopes
-Nuclear fission and fusion
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff questions
Date; 23rd June - Morning
The whole of AQA Physics Paper 2 in only 47 minutes!
Practicals;
9: investigate the reflection of light by different types of surface and the refraction of light by different substances.
List of topics in Specification order;
-Forces and their interactions
-Work done and energy transfer
-Describing motion along a line
-Waves in air, fluids and solids
-Electromagnetic waves
-Solar system; stability of orbital motions; satellites
Topics not assessed in this paper:
-Moments, levers and gears
-Forces, accelerations and Newton's Laws of motion
-Forces and braking
-Black body radiation
-Red-shift
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff questions
Date; 17th May - Morning
Practicals;
Core Practical 1.10 Investigate the effect of pH on enzyme activity.
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Date;15th June - Morning
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Date; 27th May - Morning
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Date; 20th June - Morning
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Date; 9th June - Afternoon
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Date; 23rd June - Morning
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Date; 17th May - Morning
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Date;15th June - Morning
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Date; 27th May - Morning
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Date; 20th June - Morning
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Date; 9th June - Afternoon
Practicals; No core practicals are assessed in this paper
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Date; 23rd June - Morning
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Core Practical 10.17 Construct electrical circuits to A: Investigate the relationship between potential difference, current and resistance for a resistor and a lamp B: test series and parallel circuits using resistors and filament lamps
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Date; 17th May - Morning
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Date;15th June - Morning
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Date; 27th May - Morning
Practicals;
• Core Practical 3.6 Investigate the change in pH on adding powdered calcium hydroxide or calcium oxide to a fixed volume of dilute hydrochloric acid
• Core Practical 3.31 Investigate the electrolysis of copper sulfate solution with inert electrodes and copper electrodes
• Core Practical 5.9C Carry out an accurate acid-alkali titration, using burette, pipette and a suitable indicator
List of topics in Specification order;
• Topic 1 Key concepts in chemistry – Types of substance
• Topic 1 Key concepts in chemistry – Calculations involving masses
• Topic 3 Chemical changes – Acids and bases
• Topic 3 Chemical changes – Electrolytic processes
• Topic 4 Extracting metals and equilibria – Obtaining and using metals
• Topic 5 Separate chemistry 1 – Quantitative analysis
• Topic 5 Separate chemistry 1 – Dynamic equilibrium
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Date; 20th June - Morning
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Date; 9th June - Afternoon
Practicals; No core practicals are assessed in this paper
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• Topic 2 Motion and forces – Velocity and acceleration
• Topic 2 Motion and forces – Newton’s 3rd law and momentum
• Topic 3 Conservation of energy – Energy transfers and efficiency
• Topic 4 Waves – Sound with applications
• Topic 5 Light and the electromagnetic spectrum – Light and lenses
• Topic 6 Radioactivity – Emission of ionising radiations
• Topic 7 Astronomy – Big Bang and Steady State theory
Topics not assessed in this paper:
Topics not listed may be assessed in linked or synoptic questions
Date; 23rd June - Morning
Practicals;
• Core Practical 10.17 Construct electrical circuits to: A Investigate the relationship between potential difference, current and resistance for a resistor and a lamp B: B test series and parallel circuits using resistors and filament lamps
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Date; 17th May - Morning
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Date;15th June - Morning
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Date; 27th May - Morning
Practicals;
• Core Practical 3.6 Investigate the change in pH on adding powdered calcium hydroxide or calcium oxide to a fixed volume of dilute hydrochloric acid
• Core Practical 5.9C Carry out an accurate acid-alkali titration, using burette, pipette and a suitable indicator
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Topics not listed may be assessed in linked or synoptic questions
Date; 20th June - Morning
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Date; 9th June - Afternoon
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Date; 23rd June - Morning
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Date; 20th May - Morning
The Whole of GCSE Maths in Only 2 Hours - YouTube Video
List of topics in Specification order;
-Four operations
-Negative numbers
-Order of operations
-Estimation
-Arithmetic fractions
-Fraction of a number
-Laws of Indices
-Conversion of standard form
-Calculation using standard form
-Inequality notation
-Systematic listing
-Linear equations
-Linear graphs
-Intersection of lines on linear graphs
-Sequence rule to find a term
-Lengths conversions
-Amount as a percentage
-Fraction less than 1
-Ratio to fraction
-Cost problem
-Density problems
-Naming circle parts
-Types of triangle
-Translation
-Perimeter
-Sector of a circle
-Angles In triangles
-Regions
-Two-way tables
-Averages problem
-Outliers
-Venn diagrams
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff questions
Date; 7th June - Morning
The Whole of GCSE Maths in Only 2 Hours - YouTube Video
List of topics in Specification order;
-Order of operations
-Fraction of a number
-Improper fraction
-Fraction to decimal
-Number line decimal
-Number problem
-Prime number
-Cube number
-Decimal place
-Inequality notation
-Linear equations
-Equivalent expressions
-Terms
-Multiply out
-Factorisation
-Coordinates
-Midpoint
-Point on line
-Intercept of a line
-Gradient of a line
-Equation of a line
-Time
-Ratio and percentage
-Percentage increase
-Percentage decrease
-n : 1 form
-Proportion problem
-Scale diagram
-Better value
-Ratio to percentage
-Equation to percentage
-Rate of output
-Draw shape
-Quadrilateral
-Parallelogram
-Part of circle
-Pythagoras
-Time problem
-Compound shape
-Pie chart
-Range
-Mean
-Relative frequency
-Expected value
-Tree diagram
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff questions
Date; 13th June - Morning
The Whole of GCSE Maths in Only 2 Hours - YouTube Video
List of topics in Specification order;
-Place value
-Factor
-Multiple
-Highest Common Factor
-Error interval
-Indicies Calculation
-Money problem
-Units of measure
-Number machine
-Simplification
-Substitution
-Formula
-Graphs Roots
-Turning point
-Arithmetic Sequences
-Geometric Sequences
-nth term
-Lengths
-Time
-Share into a ratio
-Ratio problem
-Interpretation
-Ratio to graph
-Average speed
-Percentage increase
-Fraction to percentage
-Name shapes
-Regular shapes
-Line symmetry
-Rotational symmetry
-Circles
-Cylinders
-Spheres
-Trigonometry
-Compound shape
-Perimeter
-Alternate angles
-Vector arithmetic
-Two-way table
-Vertical line diagram
-Mean from diagram
-Bar chart
-Frequency tree
-Estimate of probability
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff questions
Date; 20th May - Morning
The Whole of GCSE Maths in Only 2 Hours - YouTube Video
List of topics in Specification order;
-Decimals
-Arithmetic Fractions
-Fraction of a number
-Value as fraction of another
-Recurring decimals as fractions
-Percentage as operator
-Laws of Indices
-Standard Form Conversion and Calculation
-Surds Simplification
-Equations Of a straight line
-Linear equations
-Identity
-Simplification of algebraic fraction
-Simplification
-Factorisation of quadratic
-Change subject
-Recognise Graphs
-Sketch function
-Speed time
-Inequality region
-Interpret
-Sequences Algebraic
-Ratio Simplest form
-Proportion problem
-Congruence
-Prism
-Faces
-Exact trigonometric values
-Sector a of circle
-Vector geometry
-Constructions Region
-Cumulative frequency
-Venn diagram
-Tree diagram
-Expected value
-Independent events
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff questions
Date; 7th June - Morning
The Whole of GCSE Maths in Only 2 Hours - YouTube Video
List of topics in Specification order;
-Prime number
-Cube number
-Reciprocal
-Decimal places
-Bounds
-Fractions Products
-Indices Negative
-Equations of a circle
-Linear equations
-Quadratic equations
-Number line inequality
-Factorisation of quadratic
-Multiply out
-Completing the square
-Coordinate problem
-Perpendicular lines
-Turning point
-Functions Inverse
-Sequences Triangular number
-Share into a ratio
-Ratio on a line
-Fraction To percentage
-Conversions Time
-Equation to percentage
-Rate of output
-Pressure
-Percentage increase
-Percentage decrease
-Compound shape
-Cones
-Hemisphere
-Volume scale factor
-Shape Plan
-Pythagoras
-Measures Time
-Geometric proof
-Estimation from sample
-Pie chart
-Mean
-Relative frequency
-Expected value
-Probability Notation
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff questions
Date; 13th June - Morning
The Whole of GCSE Maths in Only 2 Hours - YouTube Video
List of topics in Specification order;
-Highest Common Factor
-Lowest Common Multiple
-Error interval
-Decimals Ordering
-Recurring decimals
-Other Product rule for counting
-Quadratic equations
-Simultaneous linear/quadratic equations
-Simplification
-Triple bracket
-Factorisation
-Quadratic
-Roots
-Turning points
-Quadratic
-Exponential
-Functions Composite
-Arithmetic Sequences
-Geometric Sequences
-nth term
-Share into a ratio
-Average speed
-Population density
-Percentage increase
-Compound interest
-Compound shape
-Cylinders
-Quadrilateral
-Circle theorems
-Trigonometry
-Sine/Cosine rule
-Vector arithmetic
-Bearing
-Two-way table
-Histogram
-Box plot
-Median, quartiles
-Interquartile range
-Line of best fit
-Outlier
-Independent events
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff questions
Date; 20th May - Morning
The Whole of GCSE Maths in Only 2 Hours - YouTube Video
List of topics in Specification order;
-Money
-Negative numbers
-Order fractions, decimals, percentages
-Fraction of an amount
-Fraction arithmetic
-Place value
-Product of prime factors
-Standard Form Conversion and Calculation
-Approximation and Estimation Estimation
-Simplification
-Substitute values
-Equations and inequalities Linear inequality
-Quadratic equation
-Quadratic graph
-Linear sequence
-Conversion Length
-Percentage of an amount
-Percentage increase
-Ratio Write as a ratio
-Share in a ratio
-Direct proportion
-Compound Measures Speed and Density
-Shape Reflection
-Plan and elevation
-Angles Angles in a polygon
-Length, area and volume Volume of a cube
-Volume of a cylinder
-Pythagoras’s Theorem and Trigonometry Exact trigonometric values
-Probability
-Frequency tree
-Diagrams Pictogram
-Bar chart
-Stem and leaf diagram
Topics not listed may be assessed in synoptic questions
Date; 7th June - Morning
The Whole of GCSE Maths in Only 2 Hours - YouTube Video
List of topics in Specification order;
-Arithmetic Money
-Negative number
-Fraction arithmetic
-Order fractions
-Order integers
-Multiples
-Approximation and Estimation Rounding
-Error interval
-Mathematical symbols
-Simplification
-Expansion of bracket
-Factorisation
-Laws of indices
-Equations and inequalities Linear simultaneous equations
-Graphs Coordinates
-Straight line graph
-Functions Number machines
-Conversions Mass, time, area
-Scale drawing
-Decimal to percentage
-Percentage profit
-Depreciation
-Write as a ratio
-Use of ratio
-Proportion Direct proportion
-Currency conversion
-Geometry and measures
-Polygons
-Circles
-Parallel and perpendicular lines
-Transformations
-Angles in a triangle
-Vertically opposite angles
-Area of a rectangle
-Probability Tree diagram
-Combined events
-Statistics
-Diagrams Interpret graph
-Two-way table
-Frequency table
-Mode
-Median
-Mean
Topics not listed may be assessed in synoptic questions
Date; 13th June - Morning
The Whole of GCSE Maths in Only 2 Hours - YouTube Video
List of topics in Specification order;
-Four operations
-Negative number
-Fraction of an amount
-One amount as a fraction of another
-Equivalent fractions
-Factors
-Lowest Common Multiple
-Powers and roots Square root
-Approximation and estimation Rounding
-Calculator use
-Simplification
-Expansion of bracket
-Factorisation
-Substitute values
-Change subject of a formula
-Forming an expression
-Linear equation
-Form an equation
-Linear sequence
-Conversions Time
-Compound units
-Scale drawing
-Percentage to fraction
-One quantity as a percentage of another
-Percentage decrease
-Reverse percentage
-Write as a ratio
-1 : n form
-Direct proportion
-Average speed
-Geometry and measures
-Triangle properties
-Quadrilaterals
-Triangular prism
-Angle properties of parallel lines
-Angles in a triangle
-Vertically opposite angles
-Bearings
-Area of a triangle
-Area of a trapezium
-Pythagoras’s Theorem and Trigonometry Pythagoras’s Theorem
-Probability scale
-Frequency polygon
-Median
-Range
-Comparison of distributions
Topics not listed may be assessed in synoptic questions
Date; 20th May - Morning
The Whole of GCSE Maths in Only 2 Hours - YouTube Video
List of topics in Specification order;
-Fraction of an amount
-Fraction arithmetic
-Recurring decimal to fraction
-Product of prime factors
-Negative and fractional indices
-Powers and roots Simplification of surds
-Standard Form Conversion and Calculation
-Simplification
-Expansion of brackets
-Algebraic fractions
-Linear inequality
-Form an equation
-Quadratic equation
-Equation of a tangent to a circle
-Quadratic graph
-Speed-time graph
-Gradients of parallel and perpendicular lines
-Gradient of a curve
-Percentage of an amount
-Write as a ratio
-Use of ratio
-Share in a ratio
-Ratio to fraction
-Equations of proportion
-Compound Measures Density
-Angles in a polygon
-Area of a triangle
-Volume of a cube
-Surface area of a cuboid
-Area of a sector
-Pythagoras’s Theorem
-Exact trigonometric values
-Vector geometry
-Probability
-Probability Probability
-Independent combined events
-Cumulative frequency graph
-Mean
-Inter-quartile range
Topics not listed may be assessed in synoptic questions
Date; 7th June - Morning
The Whole of GCSE Maths in Only 2 Hours - YouTube Video
List of topics in Specification order;
-Error interval
-Use of a calculator
-Simplification
-Expansion of bracket
-Factorisation
-Laws of indices
-Linear equation
-Equations of parallel lines
-Form an equation
-Quadratic inequality
-Graph Coordinates
-Transformations of functions
-Graphs of trigonometric functions
-Inverse and composite functions
-Conversions Area
-Percentages Depreciation
-Use of ratio
-Direct proportion
-Currency conversion
-Inverse proportion
-Compound measures Pressure
-Shape Transformations
-Circle theorems
-Area of a rectangle
-Volume of composite solid
-Pythagoras’s Theorem and Trigonometry Sine and Cosine Rules
-Probability from a Venn diagram
-Diagrams Box plot
-Lower and upper quartiles
-Compare distributions
-Capture-recapture method
Topics not listed may be assessed in synoptic questions
Date; 13th June - Morning
The Whole of GCSE Maths in Only 2 Hours - YouTube Video
List of topics in Specification order;
-Negative number
-Laws of indices
-Bounds
-Product rule for counting
-Simplification
-Expansion of bracket
-Substitute values
-Difference of two squares
-Expansion of brackets
-Change subject of a formula
-Forming an expression
-Algebraic fractions
-Set up and solve equation
-Simultaneous equations linear/quadratic
-Gradient of a straight line graph
-Conversions Time
-Percentage decrease
-Depreciation
-Reverse percentage
-Write as a ratio
-1 : n form
-Share in a ratio
-Direct proportion
-Average speed
-General iterative processes
-Geometry and measures
-Circle theorems
-Area of a trapezium
-Similar triangles
-Pythagoras’s Theorem
-Trigonometry
-Trigonometry in 3-D
-Column vectors
-Dependent combined events
-Frequency polygon
-Histogram
Topics not listed may be assessed in synoptic questions
Section A
Source A
-21st century
-Autobiographical writing
Source B
-19th century
-Essay
Section B
-Article
There will be no advance information on what exams will cover for GCSE English Literature
Date; 8th June - Morning
There will be no advance information on what exams will cover for GCSE English Literature
Date; 10th June - Morning
Section A
Source A
-20th century
-Extract from a magazine article |
Source B
-21st century
-Extract from a memoir
Section B
-A choice between a letter and an article
Date; 25th may - Morning
There will be no advance information on what exams will cover for GCSE English Literature
Date; 8th June - Morning
There will be no advance information on what exams will cover for GCSE English Literature
Date; 17th May - Morning
Practicals; "Required Practicals in the lists below should not be taken to imply direct references to those procedures quoted in the Practical Handbook."
Required Practical 1
Make up a volumetric solution and carry out a simple acid-base titration |
List of topics in rank order, the areas carrying the highest mark allocations at the top of the list;
-Atomic Structure
-Amount of substance (including Required Practical 1)
-Bonding
-Chemical equilibria, Le Chatelier’s principle and Kc
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff, synoptic or multiple choice questions
Date; 27th May - Afternoon
Practicals; "Required Practicals in the lists below should not be taken to imply direct references to those procedures quoted in the Practical Handbook."
Required Practical 6
Tests for alcohol, aldehyde, alkene and carboxylic acid |
List of topics in rank order, the areas carrying the highest mark allocations at the top of the list;
-Amount of substance
-Kinetics
-Energetics
-Alkenes
-Organic analysis (including Required Practical 6)
-Alcohols
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff, synoptic or multiple choice questions
Date; 17th May - Morning
List of topics in rank order, the areas carrying the highest mark allocations at the top of the list;
-Amount of substance (includes practical skills)
-Alkenes
-Periodicity
-Enthalpy changes (includes practical skills)
-The halogens (includes practical skills)
-Bonding and structure
-Haloalkanes
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff, synoptic or multiple choice questions
Date; 27th May - Afternoon
List of topics in rank order, the areas carrying the highest mark allocations at the top of the list;
-Acids (includes practical skills)
-Reaction rates (includes practical skills)
-Amount of substance (includes practical skills)
-Chemical equilibrium
-Group 2
-Enthalpy changes
-Alkanes
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff, synoptic or multiple choice questions
Date; 17th May - Morning
List of topics in rank order, the areas carrying the highest mark allocations at the top of the list;
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff, synoptic or multiple choice questions
Date; 27th May - Afternoon
List of topics in rank order, the areas carrying the highest mark allocations at the top of the list;
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff, synoptic or multiple choice questions
Date; 19th May - Afternoon
The Whole of A Level Maths | Pure
List of topics in Specification order;
Pure Mathematics 1
Topics not listed may be assessed in synoptic questions
Date; 8th June - Afternoon
The Whole of A Level Maths | Pure
List of topics in Specification order;
Statistics
Mechanics
Topics not listed may be assessed in synoptic questions
Date; 19th May - Afternoon
The Whole of A Level Maths | Pure
List of topics in Specification order;
Section A
• Proof
• Factorising polynomials
• Transformations of graphs, trigonometric functions
• Coordinate geometry and equation of circle
• Binomial expansion, coefficients
• Trigonometric equations, trigonometric identities, quadratics
• Laws of logarithms
• Stationary points of a curve
• Tangents and normals to a curve
• Area under a curve
Section B
• Magnitude and direction of a vector, Newton's laws of motion
• Constant acceleration formulae
• Constant acceleration formulae, motion due to gravity
• Velocity-time graphs
• Forces in 2D
• Newton's laws of motion, calculus in kinematics
• Weight, Newton's laws of motion
Topics not listed may be assessed in synoptic questions
Date; 8th June - Afternoon
The Whole of A Level Maths | Pure
List of topics in Specification order;
Section A
• Conditions for real or repeated roots of a quadratic, inequalities
• Factorising cubics
• Manipulating surds
• Sine and cosine rules
• Trigonometric equations, periodicity of trigonometric functions
• Exponential models
• The natural logarithm function
• Second derivative of a function
• Area under a curve, simultaneous equations, interpreting inequalities graphically
• Integrating polynomials
Section B
• Sampling techniques
• Interpreting statistical diagrams, distributions
• Mean and standard deviation
• Discrete probability distributions
• Probabilities from a binomial distribution
• Hypothesis test for proportion, binomial distribution
Topics not listed may be assessed in synoptic questions
"Date; 20th May - Afternoon
Practicals; "Required Practicals in the lists below should not be taken to imply direct references to those procedures quoted in the Practical Handbook."
Required Practical 2;
Preparation of stained squashes of cells from plant root tips; set up and use of and optical microscope to identify the stages of mitosis in these stained squashes and calculation of a mitotic index |
Required Practical 3;
Production of a dilution series of a solute to produce a calibration curve with which to identify the water potential of plant tissue |
List of topics in rank order, the areas carrying the highest mark allocations at the top of the list;
-Cell structure
-Transport across cell membranes (including Required Practical 3)
-All cells arise from other cells (including Required Practical 2)
-Cell recognition and the immune system
-Proteins
-Mass transport
-Digestion and absorption
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff, synoptic or multiple choice questions
Date; 9th June - Afternoon
Practicals; "Required Practicals in the lists below should not be taken to imply direct references to those procedures quoted in the Practical Handbook."
Required Practical 5;
Dissection of animal or plant gas exchange or mass transport system or of organ within such a system |
List of topics in rank order, the areas carrying the highest mark allocations at the top of the list;
-Mass transport (including Required Practical 5)
-Gas exchange
-Carbohydrates
-Genetic diversity can arise as a result of mutation or during meiosis
-Investigating diversity
-Species and taxonomy
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff, synoptic or multiple choice questions
Date; 20th May - Afternoon
List of topics in rank order, the areas carrying the highest mark allocations at the top of the list;
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff, synoptic or multiple choice questions
Date; 9th June - Afternoon
List of topics in rank order, the areas carrying the highest mark allocations at the top of the list;
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff, synoptic or multiple choice questions
Paper 1 Introductory topics in Psychology
Date; 16th May - Morning
List of topics in Specification order
Topics not listed but may be assesssed in synoptic questions and may add to extended writing answers.
Students will be credited for using any relevant knowledge from any non-listed topic areas
when answering questions.
Paper 2: Psychology in context
Date; 26th May - Morning
List of topics in Specification order
Topics not listed but may be assesssed in synoptic questions and may add to extended writing answers.
Students will be credited for using any relevant knowledge from any non-listed topic areas
when answering questions.
Date; 13th June - Morning
Practicals; "Required Practicals in the lists below should not be taken to imply direct references to those procedures quoted in the Practical Handbook."
None listed
List of topics in rank order, the areas carrying the highest mark allocations at the top of the list;
-Acids and bases
-Amount of substance
-Transition metals
-Group 7(17), the halogens
-Atomic structure
-Bonding
-Equilibrium constant Kp for homogeneous systems
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff, synoptic or multiple choice questions
Date; 20th June - Morning
Practicals; "Required Practicals in the lists below should not be taken to imply direct references to those procedures quoted in the Practical Handbook."
Required Practical 10
Preparation of an organic solid and a test of its purity |
Preparation of a pure organic liquid |
List of topics in rank order, the areas carrying the highest mark allocations at the top of the list;
-Alkenes (including Required Practical 10)
-Amount of substance
-Amino acids, proteins and DNA
-Chemical equilibria, Le Chatelier’s principle and Kc
-Rate equations
-Aromatic chemistry
-Introduction to organic chemistry
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff, synoptic or multiple choice questions
Date; 23rd June - Morning
Practicals; "Required Practicals in the lists below should not be taken to imply direct references to those procedures quoted in the Practical Handbook."
Required Practical 2
Measurement of an enthalpy change |
Required Practical 7
Measuring the rate of reaction by an initial rate method |
Required Practical 4
Carry out simple test-tube reactions to identify cations and anions in aqueous solution |
List of topics in rank order, the areas carrying the highest mark allocations at the top of the list;
-Thermodynamics (including Required Practical 2)
-Introduction to organic chemistry
-Transition metals
-Halogenoalkanes
-Rate equations (including Required Practical 7)
-Amount of substance (including Required Practical 4)
-Electrode potentials and electrochemical cells
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff, synoptic or multiple choice questions
Date; 13th June - Morning
List of topics in rank order, the areas carrying the highest mark allocations at the top of the list;
-Amount of substance (includes practical skills)
-Transition elements
-Acids, bases and buffers (includes practical skills)
-Periodicity
-Enthalpy changes (includes practical skills)
-How fast?
-Enthalpy and entropy
-Acids (includes practical skills)
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff, synoptic or multiple choice questions
Date; 20th June - Morning
List of topics in rank order, the areas carrying the highest mark allocations at the top of the list;
-Amount of substance (includes practical skills)
-Alkenes
-Spectroscopy
-Aromatic compounds
-Organic synthesis (includes practical skills)
-Carbonyl compounds (includes practical skills)
-Basic concepts of organic chemistry
-Analytical techniques
-Polyesters and polyamides
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff, synoptic or multiple choice questions
Date; 23rd June - Morning
List of topics in rank order, the areas carrying the highest mark allocations at the top of the list;
-Amount of substance (includes practical skills)
-Redox and electrode potentials (includes practical skills)
-Chemical equilibrium (includes practical skills)
-Basic concepts of organic chemistry
-Organic synthesis (includes practical skills)
-Acids, bases and buffers
-Lattice enthalpy (includes practical skills)
-Amino acids, amides and chirality
-Spectroscopy
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff, synoptic or multiple choice questions
Date; 13th June - Morning
List of topics in rank order, the areas carrying the highest mark allocations at the top of the list;
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff, synoptic or multiple choice questions
Date; 20th June - Morning
List of topics in rank order, the areas carrying the highest mark allocations at the top of the list;
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff, synoptic or multiple choice questions
Date; 23rd June - Morning
List of topics in rank order, the areas carrying the highest mark allocations at the top of the list;
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff, synoptic or multiple choice questions
Date; 7th June - Afternoon
The Whole of A Level Maths | Pure
List of topics in Specification order;
Pure Mathematics 1
Topics not listed may be assessed in synoptic questions
Date; 14th June - Afternoon
The Whole of A Level Maths | Pure
List of topics in Specification order;
Pure Mathematics 2
Topics not listed may be assessed in synoptic questions
Date; 21st June - Afternoon
The Whole of A Level Maths | Pure
List of topics in Specification order;
Statistics
Mechanics
Date; 7th June - Afternoon
The Whole of A Level Maths | Pure
List of topics in Specification order;
• Factor theorem, cubic graphs
• Transformations of graphs
• Conversion between parametric and Cartesian forms, trigonometric identities
• Coordinate geometry, equations of straight lines and circles
• Arithmetic sequences and series, inequalities
• Periodic sequences
• Sum to infinity of a geometric series, exact values of trigonometric functions
• Graphs of trigonometric functions, transformations of graphs
• Small angle approximations of trig functions, binomial expansion
• Implicit differentiation, stationary points of curves
• Tangents to a curve
• The gradient function of a curve
• Area under a curve, integration techniques, trapezium rule
• Integration by substitution, differentiation of trigonometric functions, trigonometric identities
• Newton-Raphson method, areas of sectors and triangles, locating roots by considering a change of sign
Topics not listed may be assessed in synoptic questions
Date; 14th June - Afternoon
The Whole of A Level Maths | Pure
List of topics in Specification order;
Section A
• Proofs by counterexample and exhaustion
• Transformations of graphs, sketch curves defined by simple equations
• Coordinate geometry of the circle
• Binomial expansion, integration of polynomials
• Sine and cosine rules
• Laws of logarithms
• Convex and concave sections of curves
• Differentiation from first principles
• Maximum and minimum points of polynomials
• Solving differential equations, exponential models, partial fractions
Section B
• Position vectors, constant acceleration formulae in two dimensions
• Calculus in kinematics using vectors, calculus for exponential and trigonometric functions, calculus techniques, magnitude of a vector
• Constant acceleration formulae
• Projectile motion, trigonometric functions
• Velocity-time graphs
• Forces in equilibrium in 2D
• Newton's laws of motion, friction, resolving forces, constant acceleration formulae
• Weight and acceleration due to gravity
• Moments
Topics not listed may be assessed in synoptic questions
Date; 21st June - Afternoon
The Whole of A Level Maths | Pure
List of topics in Specification order;
Section A
• Proof by contradiction
• Inverse functions
• Validity of binomial expansion
• Graphs of trigonometric functions, trigonometric equations
• Using logarithmic graphs to estimate parameters in non-linear relationships
• Connected rates of change
• Parametric differentiation, parametric models
• Stationary points of curves, graphs of a function, domains and ranges of a function,
simultaneous equations
• Area between two curves
• Integrating powers of x
Section B
• Critique statistical sampling
• Sampling methods and terminology
• Interpreting statistical diagrams, distributions
• Probability using Venn diagrams, conditional probability, independent events
• Binomial distribution, binomial probabilities
• Normal distribution properties and probabilities, calculations with summary statistics
• Parameters of a normal distribution
• Hypothesis test for mean of a normal distribution
• Hypothesis test for proportion using binomial distribution
Topics not listed may be assessed in synoptic questions
Date; 9th June - Afternoon
Practicals; "Required Practicals in the lists below should not be taken to imply direct references to those procedures quoted in the Practical Handbook."
Required Practical 3
Production of a dilution series of a solute to produce a calibration curve with which to identify the water potential of plant tissue |
Required Practical 6
Use of aseptic techniques to investigate the effect of antimicrobial substances on microbial growth |
Required Practical 1
Investigation into the effect of a named variable on the rate of an enzyme-controlled reaction |
List of topics in rank order, the areas carrying the highest mark allocations at the top of the list;
-Transport across cell membranes (including Required Practical 3)
-Cell structure
-Genetic diversity and adaptation (including Required Practical 6)
-Gas exchange
-Proteins (including Required Practical 1)
-Carbohydrates
-Mass transport
-Biodiversity within a community
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff, synoptic or multiple choice questions
Date; 17th June - Afternoon
Practicals; "Required Practicals in the lists below should not be taken to imply direct references to those procedures quoted in the Practical Handbook."
Required Practical 9
Investigation into the effect of a named variable on the rate of respiration of cultures of single-celled organisms |
List of topics in rank order, the areas carrying the highest mark allocations at the top of the list;
-Homeostasis is the maintenance of a stable internal environment
-Respiration (including Required Practical 9)
-Nervous coordination
-Energy and ecosystems
-Nutrient cycles
-Inheritance
-Gene expression is controlled by a number of features
-Photosynthesis
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff, synoptic or multiple choice questions
Date; 24th June - Morning
Practicals; "Required Practicals in the lists below should not be taken to imply direct references to those procedures quoted in the Practical Handbook."
Required Practical 2
Preparation of stained squashes of cells from plant root tips; set up and use of and optical microscope to identify the stages of mitosis in these stained squashes and calculation of a mitotic index |
List of topics in rank order, the areas carrying the highest mark allocations at the top of the list;
-Photosynthesis
-All cells arise from other cells (including Required Practical 2)
-Gene technologies allow the study and alteration of gene function allowing a better understanding of organism function and the design of new industrial and medical processes
-Nervous coordination
-Mass transport
-DNA and protein synthesis
-Proteins
-Stimuli, both internal and external, are detected and lead to a response
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff, synoptic or multiple choice questions
Date; 9th June - Afternoon
List of topics in rank order, the areas carrying the highest mark allocations at the top of the list;
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff, synoptic or multiple choice questions
Date; 17th June - Afternoon
List of topics in rank order, the areas carrying the highest mark allocations at the top of the list;
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff, synoptic or multiple choice questions
Date; 24th June - Morning
List of topics in rank order, the areas carrying the highest mark allocations at the top of the list;
Topics not listed may be assessed in low-tariff, synoptic or multiple choice questions
Paper 1 Introductory topics in Psychology
Date; 24th May - Morning
List of topics in Specification order
Topics not listed but may be assesssed in synoptic questions and may add to extended writing answers.
Students will be credited for using any relevant knowledge from any non-listed topic areas
when answering questions.
Paper 2 Psychology in context
Date; 8th June - Morning
List of topics in Specification order
Topics not listed but may be assesssed in synoptic questions and may add to extended writing answers.
Students will be credited for using any relevant knowledge from any non-listed topic areas
when answering questions.
Paper 3 Issues and options in Psychology
Date; 16th June - Morning
List of topics in Specification order
Topics not listed but may be assesssed in synoptic questions and may add to extended writing answers.
Students will be credited for using any relevant knowledge from any non-listed topic areas
when answering questions.