15 May 2017

Introduction

Hello, this is the summary of IGCSE Biology (Cambridge) for 2014 examAs a student, I have always enjoyed learning Biology and want to make it a fascinating subject for others as well!









As references, I am using the following books



and other resources from Internet, including:
Credits to authors of pictures used for illustration purpose on this blog. 

I'm no expert on Biology so just feel free to leave a comment or any suggestions that could help me improve this blog.

I hope you will enjoy Biology as much as I do!

Cheers,
E.L.

PS: Please check  Biology Notes on weebly.com for another look of the blog.


24 comments:

  1. The notes are really nice and simple, looking forward for the further chapters to be introduced! Nice work, cheers :D

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    1. thank you veryyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy much i really enjoyed it we are now in enzymes chapter in school so i hope the next chapter will be ready thank you^_^

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  2. I would love to have notes on human reproduction and the two different typesof cell divisions.

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  3. when will you post more chapters? i'm doing my IGCSE this year and your notes could really help! :) thanx.

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  4. I would like to ask you this is for IGCSE (edexcel or cambridge) please???

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  5. omg i lovee you notesss soo much! its super awesome and this has made me understand all the chapters better! thankyouu so much for posting this :D could u please continue on futher notes like nervous system etc! thankyouu so muchh :*

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  6. how can we download the files as pdf i dont know it is hard for me to find the option for dowload could u please help me

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  7. Just click on the pdf section (next to the home button) on the top row, then choose the chapter you want to download or 'the all in one'. Once you are inside the post, look at the top left corner, there is a down arrow left to the print symbol, click on it. Hope it helps.

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  8. thank you so much. I'm actually having my igcse biology theory paper tomorrow and would like to thank you for creating such a great compilation :-) definitely allowed me to understand a lot in a relatively short amount of time.

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  9. Thank you so much, this was AWESOME!!

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  10. I think students should expect more details about the introduction of IGCSE Biology.If this blog will update more regarding the biology notes,students would get sanctification.
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  11. hope u don't mind I uploaded your onto another website so more people can use it.
    thanxs

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    1. On the contrary, I have to thank you for sharing these notes. I wish it would be of help to many more students. Cheers!

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  12. if it is a problem please let me know and I will remove them

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  14. your notes are really helpful for igcse students. thank you so much for compiling and sharing. :)

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  15. Is there other IGCSE subjects websites?

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  16. I read this notes when I was student of bilology these notes were helped me very much clearing the concept of biology thanks for sharing this.

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  17. I cannot say THANKS enough for the brilliantly prepared notes.

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    Sincere regards,
    AJ

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