Online Resources for IAL Edexcel Chemistry and Biology

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zahwaajalas
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Hello!
I'm starting my A-Level courses soon and I am doing the International Qualifications for Edexcel. It has come to my attention that there are little to no revision websites. If anyone can recommend a website for IAL Edexcel Chem and Bio that would be great! Also , if possible a website that has video tutorials.

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I finished all IAL bio chem and math with 3A*s and I can confidently tell you that the resources for IAL are the exact same sources for a levels. The international exams are the same thing, so just google A level chem/bio with the name of the topic and hopefully you'll find what you're looking for.
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(Original post by JanaALEVEL)
I finished all IAL bio chem and math with 3A*s and I can confidently tell you that the resources for IAL are the exact same sources for a levels. The international exams are the same thing, so just google A level chem/bio with the name of the topic and hopefully you'll find what you're looking for.
omg thank you for that! did you happen to be subscribed to tailored tutors or snaprevise? I wanna know if these subscriptions are actually helpful for IAL considering they specialise in UK Edexcel
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omg thank you for that! did you happen to be subscribed to tailored tutors or snaprevise? I wanna know if these subscriptions are actually helpful for IAL considering they specialise in UK Edexcel
I wasn't subscribed to anything. Honestly just used the minimum resources in addition to the books and pp. Bio was completely self tought but my chem teacher was brilliant. Math is easy and there's a lot of resources for it so I'm not gonna talk about it, but for bio, a good youtube channel that for some reason nobody talks about is Dr Bhavsar, the guy is brilliant.
I used "physics and maths tutor" for past papers from different boards.
There was also a really good website for chem but I can't remember its name, it had a yellow background, looked old, and had the writing in the middle, I'm sure you can find it with a little digging.

what elseeee…. just make sure you understand everything in the syllabus, solve pp on everything you study, every single thing, as you go through the year, not after you're done and if there's any question you weren't able to solve or don't really understand the answer to, ask on this website, that's why it's here.
Good luck !!
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try chem-bio.info there are loads of good stuff there
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