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Nature versus Nurture: which is more powerful?

Genetics is a central theme to any biology course, but one of the key questions surrounding...
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How To Succeed In A level Biology

Know your A level Biology content? Still got a disappointing grade? You are not alone. The...
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Intellect: Innate or Acquired?

Intellect, as stated by the Oxford dictionary, is a noun that describes the faculty of reasoning...
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Mechanical Engineering meets Biology

Over the past 15 years, research in biology, physics and engineering have created opportunities...

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  • Biology Exams Don't Have To Be Daunting

    Graham Hanlon A-level Biology Tutor (Norwich) Picture When facing the daunting mountain of a GCSE or A level syllabus at the start of a course it always seems to be a bridge too far. Having one to one tuition where the tutor gives a tutee undivided attention for a whole hour and helps between lessons always brings immediate relief going...
  • The Breathing Cycle In Biology

    Clare P A-level Biology Tutor (Exeter) Picture The cycle of inhalation and exhalation i.e. breathing, is easy to get your head around if you remember a few key facts: Firstly, the muscles involved - the diaphragm, a dome shaped muscle which is found underneath your lungs, when it contracts it flattens in shape. The external intercostal...
  • Data handling and maths skills in A-Level Biology

    Thomas Wigley A-level Biology Tutor (North London) Picture The recent updates to the A-Level Biology curriculum have changed the focus of the subject considerably, whichever syllabus your school is following. The key differences to what has gone before amount to both content and approach. There is a lot of extra content (on the order of 25% more than...

 

  • Why Is The Malaria Problem So Hard To Solve? Editor's Pick

    Adrian Terruli A-level Biology Tutor (North London) Picture Malarial infection of human hosts is only likely to be solved by genetic engineering of the human genome or immune system. As such the therapy is likely to throw up many social, economic and perhaps moral issues. The problem with current therapies is their ineffectiveness. Chemical therapy has...
  • Making Sensible Use of Revision Guides

    David Chitty A-level Biology Tutor (Coventry) Picture From the very outset, for the usual obvious ethical and professional reasons, I must make clear that I am not recommending or endorsing any commercial products or for that matter myself. Teachers and members of Chartered Professions are forbidden from doing so when wearing their official...
  • Revising For Exams Smartly

    Zainab Hussain A-level Biology Tutor (Ilford) Picture My revision style greatly improved when I realised that there is a great difference between working 'hard' and working 'smart'. I found that I used to sit for many many hours to revise the content of the exams (6-7 hours) yet I still was unable to obtain the grades that I desired to succeed. I...