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Hi, i found this attachment/ booklet on TES. Would you say they are GCSE triple science style topics?

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4.1.1 Cell structure
4.2 Organisation
5.1 Atomic structure & periodic table
5.2.1 Bonding
6.4 Atomic structure/radiation
6.3 Particle model of matter
4.3 Infection and response
4.4.1 Photosynthesis
5.5 Exothermic and Endothermic reaction
5.7 Organic chemistr
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Hi, i found this attachment/ booklet on TES. Would you say they are GCSE triple science style topics?

Sorry file too big but will give the topics in the booklet:
4.1.1 Cell structure
4.2 Organisation
5.1 Atomic structure & periodic table
5.2.1 Bonding
6.4 Atomic structure/radiation
6.3 Particle model of matter
4.3 Infection and response
4.4.1 Photosynthesis
5.5 Exothermic and Endothermic reaction
5.7 Organic chemistr
I'd say they are, but the topics you'll study at triple science will depend on your exam board. I know we certainly covered the majority of that list but I as with OCR Gateway B

If you know the exam board you will be with, find the specification and compare the topics in the TES resource with those in the spec
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Hi, i found this attachment/ booklet on TES. Would you say they are GCSE triple science style topics?

Sorry file too big but will give the topics in the booklet:
4.1.1 Cell structure
4.2 Organisation
5.1 Atomic structure & periodic table
5.2.1 Bonding
6.4 Atomic structure/radiation
6.3 Particle model of matter
4.3 Infection and response
4.4.1 Photosynthesis
5.5 Exothermic and Endothermic reaction
5.7 Organic chemistr
For AQA, pretty much all of that overlaps with double-science. Triple science usually just has a bit more detail (for example you learn about the history of the periodic table and the trends within each group).
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Funny actually, you don't need triple science for anything. It's just a complete waste of fcking time. You want to do any science a level you just need 2 b grades in double science.
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Funny actually, you don't need triple science for anything. It's just a complete waste of fcking time. You want to do any science a level you just need 2 b grades in double science.
yes but if you want to get into any of the russell group universities they expect you to do triple science
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yes but if you want to get into any of the russell group universities they expect you to do triple science
Nah, they really don't
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These topics definitely came up on my spec, this is the full list of science topics according to the new AQA specs

Biology:
1. Cell biology
2. Organisation
3. Infection and response
4. Bioenergetics
5. Homeostasis and response
6. Inheritance, variation and evolution
7. Ecology

Chemistry:
1. Atomic structure and the periodic table
2. Bonding, structure, and the properties of matter
3. Quantitative chemistry
4. Chemical changes
5. Energy changes
6. The rate and extent of chemical change
7. Organic chemistry
8. Chemical analysis
9. Atmospheric chemistry
10. Using resources

Physics:
1. Energy
2. Electricity
3. Particle model of matter
4. Atomic structure
5. Forces
6. Waves
7. Magnetism and electromagnetism
8. Astrophysics

I think specific practicals are also needed to be learnt from each unit now due to lack of controlled assessment
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These topics definitely came up on my spec, this is the full list of science topics according to the new AQA specs

Biology:
1. Cell biology
2. Organisation
3. Infection and response
4. Bioenergetics
5. Homeostasis and response
6. Inheritance, variation and evolution
7. Ecology

Chemistry:
1. Atomic structure and the periodic table
2. Bonding, structure, and the properties of matter
3. Quantitative chemistry
4. Chemical changes
5. Energy changes
6. The rate and extent of chemical change
7. Organic chemistry
8. Chemical analysis
9. Atmospheric chemistry
10. Using resources

Physics:
1. Energy
2. Electricity
3. Particle model of matter
4. Atomic structure
5. Forces
6. Waves
7. Magnetism and electromagnetism
8. Astrophysics

I think specific practicals are also needed to be learnt from each unit now due to lack of controlled assessment
Thanks m8
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