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What are the main differences between the two?
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As someone who studied higher biology I can tell you it was very complicated and quite a lot of the topics were rather dull (in my experience anyway). I have friends who studied higher human biology and they seemed to enjoy it a lot more. Don’t know if that will help to sway your decision but just thought it may be useful to know.
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As someone who studied higher biology I can tell you it was very complicated and quite a lot of the topics were rather dull (in my experience anyway). I have friends who studied higher human biology and they seemed to enjoy it a lot more. Don’t know if that will help to sway your decision but just thought it may be useful to know.
Thank you for your response I had a quick question,
. What’s the main difference between higher biology and national 5 in terms of content ie. is it mostly about plants and the environment or does a large part of it cover the human body?
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Thank you for your response I had a quick question,
. What’s the main difference between higher biology and national 5 in terms of content ie. is it mostly about plants and the environment or does a large part of it cover the human body?
A lot of the same topics from Nat 5 are covered but in greater detail. There isn’t that much about the human body in the course.
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