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GCSE Combined Science: Trilogy including exams

In this GCSE course you will learn all about Science, covering the basics of Biology, Chemistry and Physics. 

Science is "alive" - it will never be finished. Science is a global venture, every day all over the world, scientists are making new discoveries and challenging what we already know. 

Science is such a broad subject, and it requires skills outside of "pure" science.  In this course you will learn not only the scientific skills you need, you'll also develop important and valuable transferable skills in areas such as:  

  • Scientific thinking
  • Experiments
  • Analysis and evaluation
  • Scientific vocabulary, quantities, units and symbols 

This GCSE Combined Science Triple award is a great starting point for every career in science related fields.  

Further study after GCSE is A Level, degree level and beyond. Qualifications in science can lead to hundreds of different exciting and rewarding careers. 

There are no entry requirements for this course - all you need is a laptop or computer and an internet connection.  You can learn at any time, anywhere!

Your course starts with two short units that cover everything you need to know about GCSE Combined Science: Trilogy, all about the exams, the practical activities and includes some great advice on how to successfully study online. 

You will then cover the fundamentals of Biology, Chemistry and Physics in turn, submitting assignments regularly. Your assignments will be marked by your tutor, who will provide developmental feedback on your progress. 

 At the end of your course is a full set of mock exams. 

You will be assessed regularly through your tutor-marked assignments  and the mock exams.  

When you're ready to book your exams , you will need to chose which tier you want to take. There are two tiers in GCSE combined science – foundation tier and higher tier.   You must take the same tier for all three parts of the triple award, and you must take all exams in the same exam series.  

There are a total of six exams, two for each subject, all at 1 hour and 15 minutes in duration. 

All GCSE science (biology, chemistry, and physics) students need to complete practical experiments as part of their learning. Eight experiments in Biology and Chemistry; and ten in Physics area are required to equip students with essential practical knowledge and experiences, enable them to put theory into practice and helps develop skills for higher education.  Practical assessments are a mandatory part of the assessment process but do not count towards your final grade.  

We do not provide the practical assessments, although our content does cover them in detail. Therefore, you will need to find a school or college who will let you carry out the required practicals. This is likely to incur a cost. We recommend you contact your local schools and colleges to organise this as early as possible.  

Grades  

All six exams are combined to provide your overall score, and your final grade. 

If you take the foundation tier, you will be graded between grades 1 and 5.    

If you take the higher tier, you will be graded between grades 3 and 9.  

GCSE Combined Science: Trilogy including exams

In this GCSE course you will learn all about Science, covering the basics of Biology, Chemistry and Physics. 

Science is "alive" - it will never be finished. Science is a global venture, every day all over the world, scientists are making new discoveries and challenging what we already know. 

Science is such a broad subject, and it requires skills outside of "pure" science.  In this course you will learn not only the scientific skills you need, you'll also develop important and valuable transferable skills in areas such as:  

  • Scientific thinking
  • Experiments
  • Analysis and evaluation
  • Scientific vocabulary, quantities, units and symbols 

This GCSE Combined Science Triple award is a great starting point for every career in science related fields.  

Further study after GCSE is A Level, degree level and beyond. Qualifications in science can lead to hundreds of different exciting and rewarding careers. 

Your course starts with two short units that cover everything you need to know about GCSE Combined Science: Trilogy, all about the exams, the practical activities and includes some great advice on how to successfully study online. 

You will then cover the fundamentals of Biology, Chemistry and Physics in turn, submitting assignments regularly. Your assignments will be marked by your tutor, who will provide developmental feedback on your progress. 

 At the end of your course is a full set of mock exams. 

You will be assessed regularly through your tutor-marked assignments  and the mock exams.  

When you're ready to book your exams , you will need to chose which tier you want to take. There are two tiers in GCSE combined science – foundation tier and higher tier.   You must take the same tier for all three parts of the triple award, and you must take all exams in the same exam series.  

There are a total of six exams, two for each subject, all at 1 hour and 15 minutes in duration. 

All GCSE science (biology, chemistry, and physics) students need to complete practical experiments as part of their learning. Eight experiments in Biology and Chemistry; and ten in Physics area are required to equip students with essential practical knowledge and experiences, enable them to put theory into practice and helps develop skills for higher education.  Practical assessments are a mandatory part of the assessment process but do not count towards your final grade.  

We do not provide the practical assessments, although our content does cover them in detail. Therefore, you will need to find a school or college who will let you carry out the required practicals. This is likely to incur a cost. We recommend you contact your local schools and colleges to organise this as early as possible.  

Grades  

All six exams are combined to provide your overall score, and your final grade. 

If you take the foundation tier, you will be graded between grades 1 and 5.    

If you take the higher tier, you will be graded between grades 3 and 9.  

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