A-level science qualifications build on the concepts and skills developed at GCSE, and focus on inspiring and relevant content that paves the way for the scientists of tomorrow.
Biology A level is a two year course that culminates in three papers. Paper 1 AS content and Practical Skills. Paper 2 A2 content and practical skills and Paper 3 is a synoptic paper which includes an essay from a choice of two. Practical work is a key component of the course and develops analytical and problem solving skills.
Students can progress from this qualification to:
• a range of different relevant academic or vocational higher education qualifications such as Medicine, Nursing and Physiotherapy, Biochemistry