whats the difference between biology a level and degree?

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what kind of work do you have to do?
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This is quite a broad question. Try looking at some uni websites and look at the course content for the degrees you are interested in. Typically, you will have modules on the diversity of life, cell chemistry and physiology, ecology, behaviour, genetics and evolution, and some computing/statistics. There will be some lab work and most first year courses include a field course.

There are a lot of videos on Youtube describing "A day in the life" of a Biology student at a variety of unis too.

In general, all uni-level courses will require you to do a lot of self-directed reading and take responsibility for your learning. There's less rote learning than at A Level but it shouldn't be beyond anyone who can do A Level
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