Making best use of the A Level biology past papers is a crucial part of preparing for your exams. Whether you are sitting the AQA A level Biology exam or another exam board, the A Level Biology past papers should be a significant part of your revision process. Although the exam board specifications do differ, past paper questions on many topics such as Biological molecules are relevant to all. Get ahead with your revision and make best use of all of the A Level Biology past papers and mark schemes.
This is a great question as we see too many students using the past papers to help them learn the course when we believe the past papers are best used once the course has been covered and you have already done a lot of your revision. The exam papers are a good way to check the progress of your revision, highlight areas you need to work on and then of course they help to improve exam technique as you learn what the examiners are looking for within your answer.
Past paper questions from other exam boards can be useful way to revise specific topic areas but as the specifications do differ between exam boards you need to be careful to make sure you are revising things that will be in your exam.
Yes, we have worksheets for every topic and we also have a dedicated maths page for Biologists to help students in this area. Google A Level Biology revision and our main Biology page will show you all of the resources we provide.
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