As part of my bridging work in chemistry I need to research the experiments carried out by six scientists', the results they obtained, and the conclusions made by that scientist. I need to reference all my work, but does it matter if I only use internet sources? I don't think this unit is related to the Practical Endorsement but I've been told to use a range of references by my A-level teachers, only problem is, the first book I looked at, for J.J. Thomson (a biography) costs £145.00 to buy? I'm on the OCR Salters exam board.
For biology, I need to research and explain the works of seven scientists and explain how they contributed to biology. This IS part of the Practical Endorsement so I do want to get it right the first time. Once again I need to reference my work, but surely it isn't enough just to use online references? What can I do? I'm on Edexcel exam board for this subject.
A-level bridging work help - chemistry and biology
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