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  • 9 May 22

    Good luck

    Wednesday the 11th May students in the northern hemisphere will revise for the last time, and sit down in an exam hall to answer the questions in this years IBDP Biology Exams. Whether HL or SL, aiming for grade 7 or grade 4 we hope you have...

  • 9 May 22

    Planning extended response answers for success.

    Probably the most daunting questions IB Biology students have to answer are the extended response questions. They are not essays, but they do require a little structure. This post shares helpful ideas about how to approach these questions....

  • 20 Apr 22

    Success with multiple choice questions

    Multiple choice questions are more difficult than they look in IB exams because the examiners usually include tempting distracters amongst the choices of answers. Students who are alert to the possibility of partly correct answers will achieve...

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    This is an introduction to the molecular biology topic

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    Carbohydrates & Lipids 2.3

    This is a topic about three types of carbohydrates, monosaccharides, disaccharides and polysaccharides as well as lipids such as triglycerides which make up many oils in the human body. It includes the analysis of molecule shapes and their functions.

  • 01 Cell biology

    This is an introduction to the Cell Biology topic. This page lists the understandings and skills expected for topic one. Helpful for revision. Detailed revision notes, activities and questions can be found on each of the sub-topic pages.

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    This page lists the understandings and skills expected for topic six. Helpful for revision. Detailed revision notes, activities and questions can be found on each of the sub-topic pages.

  • 02 Molecular biology

    Water 2.2

    In this section you will learn everything about the water, about its composition, polarity, hydrogen bonds and what makes water so unique in terms of its physical properties.