GCSE Science Easter Revision

Ashbourne’s GCSE Science (double award) Easter Revision course runs in both the morning and afternoon sessions over five days (30 hours). The course is taught by Amjad Shah who has been helping students achieve great results at Ashbourne for many years. Students will benefit from his excellent teaching style and individual attention, which is a key feature of the Easter Revision programme at Ashbourne.

Timetable

wk 1 – Mon 1st April – Fri 5th April
wk 2 – Mon 8th April – Fri 12th April
wk 3 – Mon 15th April – Fri 19th April
AM Session: Mon–Fri, 10am – 1pm
PM Session: Mon–Fri, 2pm – 5pm
SCIENCE  (Board: EDEXCEL)
IGCSE double award Science runs in both the morning and afternoon (30 hours).
wk 1 amwk 1 pmwk 2 amwk 2 pmwk 3 amwk 3 pm

What is covered in the Easter Revision course?

Ashbourne follows the EDEXCEL syllabus for IGCSE Science double award. The topics covered in this course are:

Biology
The nature and variety of living organisms
Structure and functions in living organisms
Reproduction and inheritance
Ecology and the environment
Use of biological resources

Chemistry
Principles of chemistry
Inorganic chemistry
Physical chemistry
Organic chemistry

Physics
Forces and motion
Electricity
Waves
Energy resources and energy transfer
Solids, liquids and gases
Magnetism and electromagnetism
Radioactivity and particles
Astrophysics

Why Choose Ashbourne College?
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Hannah MartinFormer College Administrator and Welfare Officer
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