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    In order to get into university I need to pass GCSE Biology as one of my conditional offers. I got a D on the ISA last time and am just wondering the best way on getting higher for the ISA so I hopefully get a good mark overall

    Anyone got any tips or help?

    Thank you

    Speak to your teachers and ask for advice on the ISA's, look online there are lots of information on ISA's, there are even some set answers.

    Make sure you know the ISA topic really well and mention everything you can think of that relates to the topic in the two papers

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    For the ISA's find past mark schemes and find out exactly what you need for top marks. Most questions are pretty much the same every year like the first 2 questions in paper 1 and the 9 mark. So find out exactly what the exam board want to secure your marks

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