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A Level Geography

433. The Factors Influencing the Speed and Success of Long-term Hazard Recovery

This Geo Factsheet reviews several recent mega disasters (largely earthquakes) and analyses the...

A Level Biology

402. Investigating Stomata

This Biology Factsheet: Summarises the role of stomata in leaves. Describes how plant adaptations...

A Level Geography

432. Case Study of the River Mersey Drainage Basin

This Geo Factsheet provides a useful case study of the River Mersey, which is fairly typical of...

A Level Chemistry

329. Fermentation

To succeed in this topic, you need to: Be familiar with the reaction of yeast on sugars to produce...

A Level Geography

431. Global Warming and Extreme Weather

This Geo Factsheet examines the complex relationships between extreme weather events such as...

A Level Biology

407. Astrobiology

This Biology Factsheet:Introduces the study of Astrobiology.Provides a brief history of live...

A Level Sociology

241. The Census 2021

This Sociology Factsheet will look at the census, a national survey that occurs every 10 years and...

A Level Chemistry

332. Molecular Machines

To succeed in this topic, you need to:Be familiar with the term nanoparticles and some simple...

A Level Geography

434. COVID-19 – Investigating Impact on Our High Streets: Part 1

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating impact on British High Streets. This Geo Factsheet,...

A Level Psychology

273. Explanations and Treatments for Shopping Addiction

This Psychology Factsheet provides an overview and critique of the psychology of explanations and...

A Level Physics

329. Synoptic Questions - Magnetic Fields

This Physics Factsheet looks at:Magnetic fields and forces on charged particles. Answering...

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