Lumi172
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So for science, the topics are labelled B1, B2, etc but I don't really know what they stand for, as do few students in my year. The teacher told us to look at the specification but I'm still not entirely certain on it.
Anyway, how many sections are there for biology, chemistry and physics, what are they called and what do they focus on (ie Cell Biology)
I'm studying AQA separate science (If this is useful)
Thanks, would be very helpful.
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For each science you take 3 exams
Biology: B1, B2, B3
Chemistry: C1, C2, C3
Physics: P1, P2, P3

These aren't topics. Each exam covers many topics. There isn't any specific focus. People who only do single science on do the "1" exams (B1,C1,P1), those who do science and additional science do the "1" and "2" exams. Some say that the 3rd exam covers harder topics, but I don't think so.
The first exam is just core knowledge, the second unit is building on the core knowledge, and the third unit is just more stuff.
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