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Summary: New A' Level Biology (2017-) | CELL STRUCTURE; ORGANELLES, VIRUSES AND BINARY FISSION | Revision Table | Revision
This is a summary/ revision table for some of the topics under 3.2 in the new A level biology specification (2017 onwards).
I took my A levels this year (2019) and this is one of the revision tables I used to help me revise.
I initially made long notes but didn't find them useful to revise from, so converted many of my notes to table form for revision purposes. I would cover up the right hand column and try and remember the key points, or ask someone to test me. I find these tables to be an easier, neater alternative to flashcards (but are effectively the same thing).
I hope these notes can be in some way helpful to someone. I used them to reinforce key phrases and terminology which I found helpful to memorise.
Please not these notes do not cover all under the cell structure section of the spec, just some select areas. I have notes available on the other parts of the spec.
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