GCSE Combined Science: Trilogy AQA (8464) - Higher

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Biology 1: Cell biology
4.1.1 Cell structure
Cell specialisation and microscopy
4.1.1 Exam questions
4.1.3 Transport in cells
Biology 2: Organisation
4.2.2 Animal tissues, organs and organ systems
Non-communicable diseases, health and cancer
4.2.2 Exam questions
4.2.3 Plant tissues, organs and systems
Biology 3: Infection and response
4.3.1 Communicable diseases
Human defence systems and treatments
4.3.1 Exam questions
Biology 4: Bioenergetics
4.4.1 Photosynthesis
Biology 5: Homeostasis and response
4.5.1-3 Homeostasis, nerves and hormones in humans
The nervous and endocrine systems in humans
Hormones in human reproduction
4.5.1-3 Exam questions
Biology 6: Inheritance, variation and evolution
4.6.1 Reproduction
Meiosis, sexual and asexual reproduction
4.6.1 Exam questions
4.6.2 Variation and evolution
4.6.3-4 Development of genetics/Classification
Evolution, speciation and classification
Biology 7: Ecology
4.7.1 Adaptations, interdependence and competition
Adaptations, interdependence and competition
4.7.2-3 Ecosystem organisation/Biodiversity
Chemistry 1: Atomic structure and the periodic table
1. Atomic structure and the periodic table
Chemistry 2: Bonding, structure and the properties of matter
2. Bonding, structure and the properties of matter
Chemical bonds, ionic, covalent and metallic
Bonding, structure and properties of substances
Carbon, and bulk and surface properties
Chemistry 3: Quantitative chemistry
3. Quantitative chemistry
Chemistry 5: Energy changes
5. Energy changes
Chemistry 6: The rate and extent of chemical change
6. The rate and extent of chemical change
Reversible reactions and dynamic equilibrium
Chemistry 7: Organic chemistry
7. Organic chemistry
Chemistry 8: Chemical analysis
8. Chemical analysis
Purity, formulations, chromatography and identification of gases
Chemistry 9: Chemistry of the atmosphere
9. Chemistry of the atmosphere
The evolution of Earth's atmosphere
Greenhouse gases and atmospheric pollutants
Chemistry 10: Using resources
10. Using resources
Physics 1: Energy
Physics 3: Particle model of matter
3. Particle model of matter
Physics 5: Forces
Physics 6: Waves
6. Waves
Electromagnetic waves and black body radiation
Physics 7: Magnetism and electromagnetism
7. Magnetism and electromagnetism


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