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H2 BIOLOGY Notes – What you will get
My set of H2 BIOLOGY notes is organized by topic and groups for your convenience. Each topic includes descriptive notes, a concept map (CMAP) and bonus high quality diagrams.
The descriptive notes are written for ease of reading. I align it closely to the official SEAB syllabus so that you know what is in and what is not. In addition, I point out what concepts are unnecessary and alternative terms some JCs use. Concepts are cross-referenced to other relevant topics. This allows inter-topic linking and easy exploration. Each set of notes also come with corrections of phrasing errors students make during exams. As well as answers to review questions.
The CMAP links different concepts/key terms together. This is to help you have a bird’s eye view of the topic and how they relate to each other.
High quality diagrams in color accompany my notes (free) so as to help you visualize concepts. They contain review questions I select at the end of each set for practice. As well as old/new syllabus comparison.
H2 BIOLOGY Notes – Topics
1.1 The Cell (Microanatomy) – FREE SAMPLE DOWNLOAD
1.2 The Cell (Stem cells)
1.3 The Cell (Microbiology)
1.4 The Cell (Biomolecules)
1.5 The Cell (Enzymes)
1.6 The Cell (Cell membrane and transport)
1.7 The Cell (Cell division: mammalian)
1.8 The Cell (Cell division: microbiology)
2.1 Genetics (DNA replication & protein synthesis)
2.2 Genetics (Inheritance & variation)
2.3 Genetics (Microbiological variation)
2.4 Genetics (Genetics of bacteria)
2.5 Genetics (Control & organization of eukaryotic genome)
2.6 Genetics (DNA mutation & genetic diseases)
2.7 Genetics (Cancer)
2.8 Genetics (Molecular techniques)
3.1 Energy & Response (Cellular respiration)
3.2 Energy & Response (Photosynthesis)
3.3 Energy & Response (Cell signalling)
3.4 Diversity & Evolution
4.1 Extension (Immunology)
4.2 Extension (Infectious diseases)
4.3 Extension (Climate change)
H2 BIOLOGY Notes – Why get it
School notes frequently contains information that is confusing as well as overwhelming. There’s no flow and it feels like a mishmash of cut and paste texts which makes it hard to read.
In addition, diagrams accompanying the notes are of poor quality. And for difficult concepts, there aren’t any helpful diagrams.
And most importantly, there are serious errors in language, word usage together with concept errors.
This is particularly evident in J2 topics such as those in extension.
I seek to remedy this and make my notes succinct and readable. This will be helpful especially for students who are weak and require easy to read H2 Biology notes.
I also format it so that it is easy to navigate around the pages with clickable links.
This set of H2 biology notes will therefore be an important companion to your A level exams.
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