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Biology GCE A Level Level 3:

This course will further develop many of the typical topics you studied at school and it will introduce some of the exciting areas of biology in the modern world, for example, the influence that genes have on development, environmental issues and aspects of human health. In addition to gaining some understanding of the dynamic and exciting nature of biology today, you will develop an awareness of the ethical, technological and economic aspects of the subject. Biology is a practical science subject so you should expect to undertake some experimentation.

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Thu 01st Sep

1 Year

Part-time day Not specified Manchester,
M1 3HB
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To study A Level Biology you need 5 GCSE A*- C including Maths and English and at least a B grade in Biology or BB grades in dual award science.

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GCE A/AS Level or equivalent (GCE A Level or equivalent)

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Welsh Joint Education Committee

Course reference: CR8469-01 (use this when contacting provider)


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UPDATED on 30 Sep 2015: "The Biology GCE A Level Level 3" offered in Manchester by MANCHESTER COLLEGE (THE).