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A2 Level Biology Biology at A2 Level builds on the knowledge you will have already gained at AS Level. Achieving a full A Level in Biology can lead to a wide range of careers or degree courses. Recent students of Biology have gone on to study Biomedical Sciences, Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Biochemistry, Biology, Zoology, and Microbiology amongst other rewarding subjects at university. What will I be doing? In Biology at A2 Level, three units are studied: unit F214: communication, homeostasis and energy unit F215: control, genomes and environment unit F216: practical skills in Biology 2 How will I be assessed? The course is made up of a combination of exams and practical assessment. Overall, there are three units of assessment. To get a certificate for A2 Level you will need to have studied and been assessed on the three AS units, plus the three additional A2 units. unit F214: communication, homeostasis and energy 15% of total mark unit F215: control, genomes and environment 25% of total mark unit F216: practical skills in Biology 2 10% of total mark Where do I go from here? A Level Biology helps you to progress on to further or higher education, pursue courses in Biology, Biology-related fields, one of the other sciences or subjects, or enter into employment where knowledge of Biology is useful. Entry requirements You will need to have successfully completed the AS Level at grade E or above Course Duration 1 Year

A2 Level Biology Biology at A2 Level builds on the knowledge you will have already gained at AS Level. Achieving a full A Level in Biology can lead to a wide range of careers or degree courses. Recent students of Biology have gone on to study Biomedical Sciences, Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Biochemistry, Biology, Zoology, and Microbiology amongst other rewarding subjects at university. What will I be...

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