GCSE Biology and ChemistryWatch
My mum home-schooled me for a while and works with home-schooled children atm and she said AQA, Edexcel and OCR are the typicals, and the other two in the UK are WJEC and CCEA. I do AQA for both, and I think there's a lot more content out there for them but I have nothing to compare it to, and a few google searches say it's easier too.
I'm not sure about easiest, but a lot of people study for AQA exams. Their website is relatively clear and easy to use, and there are lots of resources online which focus on the AQA syllabus for a particular subject. Obviously I'll be a bit biased as all my subjects (apart from maths, which was Edexcel) for both GCSE and A-level have been AQA, so I can't really give much of a comparison between different boards, and I don't know how it would be for homeschooled students, but I did find AQA GCSE chemistry and biology decent.
Have you had a look at the websites for the different exam boards, and at different resources (online and textbooks etc.) that you might use?
I hope this is of some help, and good luck with whatever you end up doing!
Hi, I am a homeschooled student and I am going to be studying GCSE Biology and Chemistry from September. However, I am not sure which exam board would be easiest for these subjects. If I could get some replies that would be great. T
AQA definitely packs more content than WJEC however I'm not less valued than an AQA student or anyone else studying under a different exam board. I'd perhaps reccommend going onto BBC Bitesize and comparing some of the revision guides they have on a couple of subjects between different exam boards if you'd like to get a feel of the difference in the amount of content. Hope that makes sense!