Edexcel International GCSE Science Double Award Student Guide by Cliff Curtis, Steve Woolley, Philip Bradfield
  

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Edexcel International GCSE Science Double Award Student Guide by Cliff Curtis, Steve Woolley, Philip Bradfield

* Includes a guide to using the Edexcel International GCSE Biology, Chemistry and Physics Student Books to teach or study Science Double Award, enabling you to find the material covered by the Double Award specification quickly and easily. * Contains a revision section with advice and exercises specific to Double Award students. * Contains a preparation section with advice on the language used, how to improve learning, and how practical skills will be assessed. * Includes three full mock papers - one for Biology, one for Chemistry and one for Physics - to match the Paper 1 exams that Double Award students sit. Author Biographies Dr Phil Bradfield has over 30 years' experience teaching Science and Biology in secondary schools. He is presently teaching part-time in higher education with the Open University and Birkbeck College, London. Cliff Curtis taught in secondary schools for 37 years, and was Head of Chemistry for the last 18 of those years. Steve Woolley is the Head of Technology at Bancroft's School, having previously been Head of Physics and Head of Sixth Form in previous appointments. He was also Director of the local Science and Technology Regional Association for three years.

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Paperback
160 pages

Author

Cliff Curtis, Steve Woolley, Philip Bradfield
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Publisher

Edexcel Limited an imprint of Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

19th May 2011

ISBN

9780435046774


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