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I don't understand why there is 5 units on the AQA past papers website, when there is only 3 exams this June, what unit/s past papers should I be using?
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in the whole course, including As and A-level there are 5 units. Units 1 and 2 are what you sit in As and are a combination of everything you learn in As. Unit 3,4 and 5 are what you sit in A2. Unit 3 and 4 are normal questions and unit 5 in your synoptic essay. In previous years on the old specification, the units were split into specific categories like 'biology and disease' which is not found in the new papers. Doing old past papers are good but remember they're not laid out how the new one will be
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(Original post by cayleyj3x)
I don't understand why there is 5 units on the AQA past papers website, when there is only 3 exams this June, what unit/s past papers should I be using?
The specification hasn't changed much from last year, so most of the past paper questions will still be relevant.

  1. Biological molecules
  2. Cells
  3. Organisms exchange substances with their environment
  4. Genetic information, variation and relationships between organisms
  5. Energy transfers in and between organisms
  6. Organisms respond to changes in their internal and external environments
  7. Genetics, populations, evolution and ecosystems
  8. The control of gene expression.


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Thank you so much for your help! I have never seen that guide before, now I really know what I should be doing! Thanks again!!

(Original post by Amefish)
The specification hasn't changed much from last year, so most of the past paper questions will still be relevant.

  1. Biological molecules
  2. Cells
  3. Organisms exchange substances with their environment
  4. Genetic information, variation and relationships between organisms
  5. Energy transfers in and between organisms
  6. Organisms respond to changes in their internal and external environments
  7. Genetics, populations, evolution and ecosystems
  8. The control of gene expression.



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