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A Level Biology

380. The Coronavirus (COVID-19)

This Biology Factsheet: Describes the outbreak of the latest coronavirus and explains why it...

A Level Geography

413. Storms Ciara and Dennis – A record-breaking February

This Geo Factsheet reviews the causes and impacts of the two major winter storms which have to be...

A Level Chemistry

313. The Chemistry of S-Block Compounds

This Chemistry Factsheet: Describes the chemistry of s–block: oxides, hydroxides, halides,...

A Level Geography

415. ‘Switched-Off’ from Globalisation: Cuba – A Case Study

This Geo Factsheet explores how Cuba has been cut off from many aspects of globalisation (switched...

A Level Biology

390. Sickle Cell Anaemia

This Biology Factsheet: Describes the structure and function of haemoglobin. Details the causes...

A Level Media Studies

211. AQA Close Study Product Case Study: ‘Ghost Town’ (1981)

The aims of this Media Studies Factsheet are: To gain a knowledge and understanding of how to...

A Level Geography

417. Are We in an Era of De-Globalisation?

Many students are required to make a critique of globalisation as part of their core studies. This...

A Level Biology

386. Blood Clotting Cascade

This Biology Factsheet: Explains how the blood clotting cascade is initiated. Describes the...

A Level Psychology

256. The Contact Hypothesis and Reducing Prejudice

This Psychology Factsheet provides guidance about how to describe and evaluate the role played by...

A Level Physics

316. Sound Waves – The Mechanics of Particles

This Physics Factsheet: Describes the motion of the particles in sound waves in terms of...

A Level Sociology

226. Young People and Knife Crime

This Sociology Factsheet will look at young people and knife crime in the UK. It will examine the...

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