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A Level Advancing Biology for OCR Student Book (OCR B)

Excellent preparation for the new A Levels from OCR's Resource Partner

Series Editor Fran Fuller, Author Michael Fisher, Author Dawn Parker, and Author Jennifer Wakefield-Warren

Suitable for:  16-19 For centres delivering A Level OCR Biology B (Advancing Biology) from 2015

Price:  £52.99

ISBN: 978-0-19-834098-0
Publication date: 08/10/2015
Paperback: 632 pages
Dimensions: 265x195mm

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Description

Written by curriculum and specification experts, this Student Book supports and extends students through the new linear course while delivering the breadth, depth, and skills needed to succeed in the new A Levels and beyond. It develops true subject knowledge while also developing essential exam skills.


Features

  • The best support for OCR Biology B (Advancing Biology) from OCR's Resource Partner
  • A complete linear textbook, written specifically for the new linear exams
  • Full synoptic support, with synoptic links and questions throughout, and a dedicated unifying concepts chapter
  • Differentiation for support and extension, with ramped questions in every topic, and clearly identified extension material
  • Support for independent study, with plenty of differentiated questions, checklists, and module summaries
  • Preparation for the new practical questions, with exam-relevant practical skills developed throughout the book
  • Support for mathematical skills, with worked examples and practice questions
  • Practice exam-style questions, including multiple choice, maths, practical, and synoptic style questions
  • Supported by next generation Kerboodle, offering unrivalled digital support for independent study, differentiation, assessment, and the new practical endorsement

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