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    .....Which textbooks/revision guides do you use?

    I plan to self-teach Human Biology, starting this summer and then i'll take the AEA, rather than take A-level exams because a) it'll be pretty expensive, b) i won't have practial/lab skills, c) which teacher would want to mark my coursework? haha...

    I've finished studying through this textbook:

    A New Introduction to Human Biology
    by Bill Indge, Martin Rowland, Margaret Baker

    But the textbook's pretty old. Help and guidance please?

    Thankies =]
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    Your doing an AEA in place of an A-level exam !?

    AEA stands for "Advanced extenstion award" - that's what it is, an extension. Not a replacement!
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    AEA wont mean **** without an A level to universities.
 
 
 

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