I'm interested in double award science. So I was wandering what's involved in it. So what's involved in the physics, chemistry and biology parts of it.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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- Thread Starter
- 22-05-2013 19:06
- 22-05-2013 20:09
I'm in year 13 now, I don't know how much I'll be able to remember but I'll help for fun
I did triple science with OCR, but I'll only tell you the double bit.
Biology included a lot about ecosystems, quite a bit on body functions like sweating and some reproduction. There was a lot about things like diffusion of gasses, photosynthesis, a lot of other stuff too
Chemistry included nanochemistry (tiny chemistry) , medicines, acids and alkalis, alcohol
Physics included static electricity, normal electricity, a bit about motion, gravity...
It was a while ago, but in any case I Would definitely 100000% recommend all the sciences you can do at GCSE because they are WORTH IT. You learn a lot (especially at triple science level) of the basic stuff, which just gives you a more knowledgeable perspective on everything.