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GCSE biology revision guide

GCSE biology revision guideThese resources provide different ways to help you revise your subject and lots of test questions to practice on, which will give you the edge on exam day.

BBC - GCSE Bitesize
This is an excellent resource to help you revise GCSE biology. It covers the key themes from diffusion and osmosis to energy transfer in eco-systems. It features a great revision checklist that allows you to monitor your progress. There is also a link to an interactive game that allows find you to find out about the human body. If you get stuck, you can use the SOS teacher tool to ask any questions you may have.

This is a great place to sharpen up your exam technique. The site takes you through the principles of all the main modules you need to cover for your GCSE biology. You can then consolidate what you have learned by answering exam questions in a multiple choice or written format. There are some fun graphics to help you understand points without reading pages of complicated information. They also have print-and-go revision summery, so you can refresh your memory wherever you are.

Gondar Design Biology
This site covers a wide variety of topics from GCSE biology. There is a lot of detail and the site can look a little intimidating at first. However, information is clearly laid out and there is the option to ask a teacher about any topics you are having difficulty with.

Probe the Brain
Become a virtual brain surgeon and map out the brain's motor cortex on this animated patient. Further information is contained in a brief history and map of the motor cortex, which are relevant to key stage three and four pupils.

The Great Plant Escape: Plant Parts
A series of pages takes you through the parts of a plant in a lively style complete with animated graphics and photographs. This is perfect for key stage four students who want more information on plant structure and function.

The Visible Embryo
A simple but effective site showing the development of the foetus from conception to birth. Access to detailed week-by-week developmental details is via a spiral diagram showing the development of the human embryo. Great for key stage four students.

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