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    A-level biology is a tough subject, in order to get an A you need to do all the past papers and memorise the markscheme, it also depends what exam board you are doing check what are the requirements of that exam board. For my biology exam I did extra reading in order to know extra things, I read medical books, medical journals and learned more about different diseases as in the exam they can give random examples and if you know what they are talking about you are more likely to answer the question correctly. I watched many videos..
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    you need to buy the zigzag biology paper as they layed out as the new spec so you get experince at doing the type of question likey to come up e..g multiple choice. they are expensive (round 200) but im willing to give you soem that i brought for a small fee.pm if your intrested
 
 
 
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