A valuable revision resource is provided in the form of the BBC’s popular Bitesize Revision Guides for students to prepare their GCSE examination. A range of activities are offered by BBC Bitesize Revision for students to use when revising for their Science GCSE examinations. On how well students have done, feedback is offered by each activity. So if a student makes a mistake, he will learn from his mistake through guides.
A range of tips and activities related to Science GCSE exams is offered by S-Cool. Students have to click on the GCSE revision link and select Biology, Physics, and Chemistry, when they are revising, that is very useful for them. When students revise their Science exams section of GCSE.com on Science which is a useful starting point. Some excellent interactive GCSE Science lessons are offered by Schoolscience. These sites can be used to help you with your Science work so you can answer questions online and see where you go wrong instantly.
On GCSE Bitesize, you can find the science section in which two main subjects are added such as Science GCSE or 'Core Science' and Additional Science GCSE. Science notes are divided by exam board due to the diversity of the GCSE Science curriculum.
In Science GCSE (Core), the courses are covered:
AQA: Biology (Human Biology and Evolution and environment), Chemistry (Atoms, metals, rocks and fuel, and The Earth, polymers and fats), Physics (Energy and electricity, and Waves, radiation and space), and Mock exams (Biology, chemistry & physics).
OCR 21st Century Science: Biology (Genetics, Disease, and Evolution, nerves and hormones), Chemistry (Atmosphere, Material choices, and Food matters), Physics (The Earth and space, Radiation and life, and Energy and radioactivity), and Ideas in Context (Biology, Chemistry, and Physics).
OCR Gateway Science: Biology (Understanding ourselves and Understanding our environment), Chemistry (Carbon chemistry and Rocks and metals), and Physics (Energy for the home and Living for the future).
Edexcel: Biology (Evolution and environment, Genes, Nerves and hormones, and Health and infections), Chemistry (The periodic table, Chemical reaction, Fuels, air, seawater and pollution, and Smart materials), and Physics (Electricity in theory, Electricity in the real world, Waves, and Space and forces).
In Additional Science GCSE (Core), the courses are covered:
Additional Science (AQA): Biology (Cells, Plants, Food chains and cycles, Enzymes and digestion, Homeostasis, and Cell division and inheritance), Chemistry (Atomic structure and bonding, Chemical calculations, Chemical reactions, and Ions in solution), and Physics (Forces and motion, Electricity, and Radiation).
Additional Science (OCR 21C): Biology (Homeostasis, Growth and development, and Brain and mind), Chemistry (The Periodic Table, Explaining the patterns, Explaining the properties, Atmosphere and hydrosphere, Lithosphere, Biosphere, Metals and minerals, Useful chemicals, and Chemical synthesis), Physics (Explaining motion, Electric circuits, and Wave model of radiation), and Ideas in context (Biology, Chemistry, and Physics).
Additional Science (OCR Gateway): Biology (Life processes and Plants and the environment), Chemistry (Atoms and the periodic table and Chemical reactions), and Physics (Force energy and motion and Radiation and electricity).
You will find Bitesize covers parts of your course in Biology, Chemistry and Physics subjects, if you are studying Science separately as Biology, Chemistry and Physics. For three full Science GCSEs, all needed material to study is not available there, so Bitesize does not cover beyond Additional science level.
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