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Course Fee

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A student wishing to study full-time to progress to university courses having recently achieved a range of GCSE and AS qualifications.

2 AS Levels at grades A-D including this subject. E grade AS Biology candidates may be considered on an individual basis.

A2 Biology specification - 9BIO1 Examining Board - EDEXCEL Unit 4 - The Natural Environment and Species Survival Unit 5 - Energy, Exercise and Coordination Unit 6 - Practical Coursework Assessment In addition Tutorial will be added.

Assessment will be through: *examination *coursework according to the specification of the awarding examining board.

On successful completion of this subject, the candidate will gain an A Level in Biology.

You must complete a full-time application form and make an appointment for an interview with a tutor. References will be required from your previous educational establishment.

Yes, before you can enrol.

Yes, students are required to buy one or more textbooks. We will be reviewing the new books as they are published and making specific recommendations to the students at the beginning of the course. Students will need a calculator and it is recommended that they buy a laboratory coat for practical work.

For further information about the subject or to request a subject leaflet, please telephone Course Information on 020 8266 4000. Further Information about the expected availability of subjects and course requirements will be found in the College Full-Time Prospectus or will be explained at your interview.

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