A question regarding the A-Level Biology spec

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springrollz
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Hello! I’m in Year 10 (well, it was my last day of it yesterday) and I’m just thinking about my A-Levels a little bit. I really like all of the sciences, but I just have a question about Biology A-Level. Do you get to learn about infection and response in more detail, like in GCSE AQA Biology? Or is it more focused on other things? Just curious because I really loved that topic, and learning about antibodies. Thanks in advance.
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Here is the AQA A level Biology Specification.
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I do OCR bio but it’s pretty similar. U do go into quite a bit more depth into the immune response and all the stuff done on diseases etc at gcse is redone at a level hope that helps
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