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I’m thinking of doing A level biology and chemistry but I wanted to know how much content there is.
GCSE Biology has 7 main topics and GCSE Chemistry has 10.
How many main topics do A level Biology and Chemistry have.
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For *AQA* biology a level has 8 broad topics, 4 for y12 and 4 for A2 in y13. 21 or 22 subtopics in total i think.
Chemistry is broken down into physical, organic and inorganic but theres topics within those.
Idk if that helps
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(Original post by Englandvines)
I’m thinking of doing A level biology and chemistry but I wanted to know how much content there is.
GCSE Biology has 7 main topics and GCSE Chemistry has 10.
How many main topics do A level Biology and Chemistry have.
All replies are appreciated
There is a lot of content, but it's manageable. Remember you will be studying it for 2 years so its expected. There are about 6 main modules for each and then there are many topics within. If you are unsure about the content I suggest just going to a shop and checking out the books for yourself.
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For *AQA* biology a level has 8 broad topics, 4 for y12 and 4 for A2 in y13. 21 or 22 subtopics in total i think.
Chemistry is broken down into physical, organic and inorganic but theres topics within those.
Idk if that helps
Ok thank you
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(Original post by lucasq)There is a lot of content, but it's manageable. Remember you will be studying it for 2 years so its expected. There are about 6 main modules for each and then there are many topics within. If you are unsure about the content I suggest just going to a shop and checking out the books for yourself.
Oh ok thank you
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