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I'm am currently in my second year of A-levels studying biology with the exam board edexcel - salters nuffield. I was wondering if anyone had any good websites or resources for revision and notes.I'm writing up my own at the moment but it could be quite useful to compare withothers and share. The topics are: On the wild side, infection,immunity and forensics, run for your life and grey matter.

Also does anyone know which exam board (old spec or new spec) is closest to SNAB

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I'm am currently in my second year of A-levels studying biology with the exam board edexcel - salters nuffield. I was wondering if anyone had any good websites or resources for revision and notes.I'm writing up my own at the moment but it could be quite useful to compare withothers and share. The topics are: On the wild side, infection,immunity and forensics, run for your life and grey matter.

Also does anyone know which exam board (old spec or new spec) is closest to SNAB

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Hey, I'm also in my second year of A level biology, doing the same exam board.

Thing is, I don't think there is one single revision guide or website that has everything you need. Even the textbook lacks detail in some areas, and over complicated things in other areas.

The best website I can find it: https://alevelnotes.com/Biology/4

I'm also making notes as I go along, by print the specification as a checklist, and making as concise notes as possible under each specification point. I use a mixture of textbook, my revision guide and many other websites.

I have a WhatsApp group chat with around 7-8 other people also doing Edexcel SNAB. If you wish to join, feel free to PM me your number.
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[QUOTE=Baaah;74398516]Hey, I'm also in my second year of A level biology, doing the same exam board.

Thing is, I don't think there is one single revision guide or website that has everything you need. Even the textbook lacks detail in some areas, and over complicated things in other areas.

The best website I can find it: https://alevelnotes.com/Biology/4

I'm also making notes as I go along, by print the specification as a checklist, and making as concise notes as possible under each specification point. I use a mixture of textbook, my revision guide and many other websites.

Thanks for your reply ; sorry I couldn't get back to you sooner

I have since found some decent supporting revision notes :https://sites.google.com/site/snabasa2revision/
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(Original post by C_Yap)
Hey, I'm also in my second year of A level biology, doing the same exam board.

Thing is, I don't think there is one single revision guide or website that has everything you need. Even the textbook lacks detail in some areas, and over complicated things in other areas.

The best website I can find it: https://alevelnotes.com/Biology/4

I'm also making notes as I go along, by print the specification as a checklist, and making as concise notes as possible under each specification point. I use a mixture of textbook, my revision guide and many other websites.

I have a WhatsApp group chat with around 7-8 other people also doing Edexcel SNAB. If you wish to join, feel free to PM me your number.
Hey - I was wondering if you could help me. I’m doing snab bio at the moment and have my first alevel exam in a few weeks. I’ve been doing past papers and I’ve been getting really low marks, even though I know all the information really well. Is there anything you could recommend I do?? I’m starting to panic - I really want an A😖
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