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Oxford Revise: AQA GCSE Combined Science Foundation Revision and Exam Practice

3 steps to revision success

Series Editor Primrose Kitten, Author Adam Boxer, Author Philippa Gardom Hulme, Author Jo Locke, Author Helen Reynolds, Author Alom Shaha, and Author Jessica Walmsley

Suitable for:  Students studying for the Foundation tier of AQA GCSE Combined Science (usually aged 14-16 years)

Price:  £18.00

ISBN: 978-1382004862
Publication date: 15/01/2020 (estimated)
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Dimensions: 297x210mm

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Description

Based on principles of cognitive science, this three-step approach to effective revision combines knowledge, retrieval and interleaving, and extensive exam-style practice to help students master knowledge and skills for GCSE success.

UK schools save 50% off the RRP! Discount will be automatically applied when you order on your school account.


Features

  • It's everything students need to revise effectively and prepare fully for their exams, in one convenient book.
  • Matched to the 9-1 AQA GCSE Combined Science Foundation 9-1 specification
  • Course content is presented in easy-to-use, visually appealing Knowledge Organisers with clear links and connections to aid understanding
  • Check that the knowledge is secure using retrieval and interleaved questions and answers as a powerful tool for improving long-term retention
  • Extensive differentiated exam-style-question practice with hints and tips from revision expert Primrose Kitten
  • Support and worked examples for maths skills and required practical skills
  • Even more practice questions will be available on the Oxford Revise website and Kerboodle

This page was last updated on 05 December 2019 at 04:30 GMT

Table of Contents

B1: Cell structure and transport
B2: Cell division
B3: Organisation and the digestive system
B4: Organising animals and plants
B5: Communicable diseases
B6: Preventing and treating disease
B7: Non-communicable diseases
B8: Photosynthesis
B9: Respiration
B10: The human nervous system
B11: Hormonal coordination
B12: Homeostasis in action
B13: Reproduction
B14: Variation and evolution
B15: Genetics and evolution
B16: Adaptations, interdependence, and competition
B17: Organising an ecosystem
B18: Biodiversity and ecosystems
C1: The atom
C2: Covalent bonding
C3: Ionic and metallic bonding and structure
C4: The Periodic Table
C5: Quantitative chemistry

C6: Reactions of metals and acids
C7: Electrolysis
C8: Energy changes
C9: Rates
C10: Equilibrium
C11: Crude oil and fuels
C12: Chemical analysis
C13: The Earth's atmosphere
C14: Using the Earth's resources
P1: Energy stores and transfers
P2: Energy transfers by heating
P3: National and global energy resources
P4: Supplying electricity
P5: Electric circuits
P6: Energy of matter
P7: Atoms
P8: Radiation
P9: Forces
P10: Speed
P11: Newton's laws of motion
P12: Braking and momentum
P13: Waves
P14: Magnets and electromagnets