Covering all GCSE and Scottish Standard Grade syllabuses this guide is designed to help achieve exam success. It will support studies throughout the course and act as a revision aid right up to the exam. It includes advice on revision, studying and coursework and syllabus checklists to organise study and revision.
This human-biology study guide is one of a series written by experienced examiners and teachers to follow the demands of all GCSE syllabuses and Scottish Standard Grade. The series aims to present the important information in a clear and direct way, with the emphasis on improving study skills and exam performance. Topic-by-topic coverage is presented with many examples and diagrams, together with quick tests to check progress, and there is a bank of recent GCSE exam questions (with answers) to fine-tune exam technique.
Section 1 Starting points: how to use this book; the General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE); learning and remembering; devising a revision programme; check list of revision tips; last minute help; table of analysis of GCSE syllabuses. Section 2 Life processes and the organization of living things: man's position in the living world; the skeleton and movement; the respiratory system; food and nutrition; the digestive system; the circulatory system; regulation homeostasis; coordination; human reproduction and development. Section 3 Variation and the mechanisms of inheritance and evolution: genetics. Section 4 Populations and energy flow within ecosystems: interdependence. Section 5 Hygiene and healthy living: disease; personal health and hygiene; public health. Section 6 Test yourself: questions; answers; experimental skills and coursework.
GCSE Study Guide Human Biology by Morton Jenkins
GCSE Study Guide
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