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I've just moved to the UK from South Africa and am starting A levels in September. I am still 15 and turning 16 later this month. I am quite behind on biology work as the South African schooling system is behind the UK. any advice to help me get through? ( I have been cramming in work to try and understand concepts I have never learned before.
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(Original post by katikirk)
I've just moved to the UK from South Africa and am starting A levels in September. I am still 15 and turning 16 later this month. I am quite behind on biology work as the South African schooling system is behind the UK. any advice to help me get through? ( I have been cramming in work to try and understand concepts I have never learned before.
I might do Biology too so i advise going on the Seneca biology a level course since its quite easy to understand
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(Original post by katikirk)
I've just moved to the UK from South Africa and am starting A levels in September. I am still 15 and turning 16 later this month. I am quite behind on biology work as the South African schooling system is behind the UK. any advice to help me get through? ( I have been cramming in work to try and understand concepts I have never learned before.
Hi, if you feel you're behind I suggest looking at the GCSE biology specification and see if there is anything you have not covered there, then you will be able to target the topics you are either struggling with or have never covered before. If you are able to, I recommend getting the CGP biology revision guide, it will have everything needed for the GCSE course which is what you would have sat this year. Take a look at Seneca learning or BBC Bitesize as well as it may benefit you. I'm sure that if you let your biology teacher know in September that there are some things you've never covered before you'll receive additional help.

I'll be starting A level biology in September too, so if you have any other questions or need help with any particular topics when catching up, I'll be happy to help!
I hope this helps!
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