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You can download the past papers of both May/June and October/November sessions and of different variants of igcse Biology Past Papers. These PDF past. Cambridge IGCSE Biology () Past paper questions and aracer.mobiy- aracer.mobi for downloading it from there; the download is very. IGCSE Biology Past Papers. About IGCSE Biology Syllabus. With an emphasis on human biology, the Cambridge IGCSE Biology syllabus helps learners.

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Kindly contact the CAIE coordinator in your school. Start with the latest papers as they have the newest syllabus format and continue with the older ones date back from 5 to 10 years. Then, revise on the most common mistakes that you always seem to make. We suggest that you do targeted revision. Revise on the most common mistakes you always seem to make.

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Read and annotate your textbook for the questions you got wrong. Then, re-do those questions you got wrong. Paper 6 or the Alternative to Practical paper is simply an alternative mode of assessment to Practical examination paper.

It requires the same kind of practical work in preparation as the Practical Examination paper. The syllabus makes it clear, in the Aims, the Assessment Objectives and Practical Assessment sections, that the course should be thought practically and that candidates should have experience of doing rather than merely seeing experimental work.

The Alternative to Practical paper assess the practical skills, including both data handling and familiarity with standard laboratory equipment. Pick 3 or 4 practice exam questions that are different from each other closest to what is expected in the latest syllabus. You can refer to the latest syllabus on what is expected during exams.

Prepare answers to questions that are likely to come up 3. Find out how to pronounce the words and read them out loud. Learn your answers by heart. Learn your answers one phrase or sentence at a time. Understand and learn the questions. Learn each question alongside the answer that goes with it.

Learn two or three idiomatic phrases or sayings and memorise them. If you can, learn the gender of any nouns and the different tenses of any verbs. Learn the vocab so you can use and recognise it. Get a parent or friend to do a mock exam with you.

Pay attention to where you slip up and then work on improving those areas. Make useful notes.

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