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GCSE Biology

Organised by exam board, these GCSE Biology notes will facilitate efficient information retrieval, reinforce your understanding and boost your confidence across a range of topics. Whether you’re looking to brush up on your knowledge of Biodiversity or Photosynthesis, we’ve got you covered!


Read some of our most frequently asked questions and answers

How can I effectively revise complex biological processes and concepts for the GCSE Biology exam?

Create visual aids like mind maps or diagrams to illustrate processes such as photosynthesis or cell division. Summarize key concepts in your own words and use flashcards to test your knowledge. If you're more of a visual/auditory learner then watching educational videos or animations will help to enhance your understanding.

Should I write my own GCSE Biology revision notes?

It is always a good idea to digest information that you read or watch in your own way. This will help you to remember the information. While it could be to write your own notes or flashcards, it could also be that you record your own notes to listen back to.

What's the best approach to revising genetics and evolution topics in GCSE Biology?

Practice Punnett squares and pedigrees to understand genetic inheritance. Studying the principles of natural selection and evolution through real-world examples will help you to understand these in context.

What strategies can I use to revise ecology and environmental science topics for the GCSE Biology exam?

Have a look at local ecosystems or environmental issues to better understand how ecological concepts affect real-life examples. You can create concept maps or diagrams to visualize food chains, nutrient cycles, and ecosystem interactions.