A-Level Biology Tutors in London
Because all of Biology is connected, one can often make a breakthrough with an organism that exaggerates a particular phenomenon, and later explore the generality.
– Thomas R. Cech
We provide qualified and experienced private tutors to help students with exam preparation, general study, or encouraging them to tackle and overcome specific areas in A-Level Biology that they are struggling with.
Our A-Level Biology Tutors are all experienced professionals who will discuss effective revision methods for each individual student, and create unique, tailored and engaging teaching programmes which get results and leave students feeling confident, happy and excited about their subjects.
A-level Biology is a science that is concerned with the study of living organisms and invisible life. Derived from the Greek words ‘Bios’ and ‘Logos’, meaning life and thinking. A-Level Biology is a challenging yet rewarding subject for students to undertake and helps them to develop relevant skills and knowledge, essential for a successful career. A-level Biology also helps to build on the concepts and skills developed in their GCSE studies.
Breakdown of the core Biology A-Level modules:
- Cell Theory
- Biology and disease
- The variety of living organisms
- Investigative and practical
- Populations and environment
- Control in cells and in organisms
Benefits of Studying A-Level Biology
Biology can help students understand a lot more on how the body works as well as animal and veterinary etc. Students begin to understand the introduction into genetics and the ways in which the sun and plants directly influence the entire world we live on. Biology is very broad science to study, which is a gateway to careers within the scientific world.
Why is it worth studying Biology A-Level?
A-Level Biology fits in perfectly with a range of different A-levels; especially for students looking in pursuing a career in Medicine, Dentistry or Veterinary science and will study Biology alongside Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics.
Biology at A-level is a huge step up from studying at GCSE/ iGCSE level as students begin to independently research topics they are interested in and begin to develop skills that will help them with their further studies at university.
What can you do with a Biology degree?
A Biology degree does not necessarily mean you will have career in just biology related jobs; it’s such a broad subject that teaches students a vast amount about research and scientific based practical work, which gives students the opportunity to explore other science- based careers. Biology also fits well within the health sectors and provides a wide range of skills including research, communication and problem solving.
Careers related to a Biology- based degree include:
- Medical research scientist
- Lecturer in higher education
- General practice doctor
- Health promotion specialist