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Learning GCSE Biology: Cloning, Blood and Osmosis

(Fun GCSE Biology revision quizzes to teach students in Year 10 and Year 11)

Biology was all fun and games until now. The exams are looming.

Year 10 and Year 11 can be a bit scary. It’s a whirlwind of new knowledge and revision. We won’t lie to you, ladies and gentlemen. There’s a whole lotta Biology knowledge to learn. But why stress?

Work your way through our Biology quizzes and master the curriculum one bit at a time. When it comes to revising Biology, you can take an easy-breezy approach to mastering all those key National Curriculum topics.

So what exactly do Education Quizzes cover? What can you revise with us?

Don’t you worry, young scientists. There’s plenty to keep you busy.

We’ve got biofuels and gametes, proteins, stem cells, mitosis, enzymes and a whole lot more. It’s basically everything you’ve ever seen in a Biology textbook reduced into smaller, powerful (and fun) quizzes.

Sounds good?

That’s because it is! You can forget looking at a pile of textbooks and stressing about exams and instead tackle each topic, one unit at a time. We know you want to do well and we want to help you out! No trick questions, no patronising tones. We won’t even pester you if it’s late at night and you’re using our quizzes for some last minute cramming. We just want you to feel as confident as you can about your upcoming Biology exams.

We think the best way to do it is to set yourself a number of quizzes to complete per day. Maybe 3, maybe 5, maybe 10. Whatever. That way, you can make sure and steady progress, not just in Biology, but in all subjects. Forget writing out cue cards - friends and family can test you simply by reading out the quiz questions.

Imagine this: You’re walking into your exams feeling confident and knowing you’ve done all you can. Trust us, it’s a great feeling. Get started now by trying our quizzes.

Confidence in Biology is just a few clicks away.

Quiz Title Date Played Previous Score Options
Unit 3 - Osmosis Unit 3 - Osmosis     Preview
Unit 3 - Mechanism of Ventilation Unit 3 - Mechanism of Ventilation     Preview
Unit 3 - Thermoregulation Unit 3 - Thermoregulation     Preview
Unit 3 - Urine Production Unit 3 - Urine Production     Preview
Unit 3 - Xylem and Phloem Unit 3 - Xylem and Phloem     Preview
Unit 3 - Water Loss in Plants Unit 3 - Water Loss in Plants     Preview
Unit 3 - Insulin and Blood Glucose Control Unit 3 - Insulin and Blood Glucose Control     Preview
Unit 3 - Glucagon (H) Unit 3 - Glucagon (H)     Preview
Unit 3 - Circulatory System Unit 3 - Circulatory System     Preview
Unit 3 - Changes in Capillary Blood Flow for Heat Loss (H) Unit 3 - Changes in Capillary Blood Flow for Heat Loss (H)     Preview
Unit 3 - Deforestation Unit 3 - Deforestation     Preview
Unit 3 - Dialysis Unit 3 - Dialysis     Preview
Unit 3 - Exchange Surface and Diffusion Unit 3 - Exchange Surface and Diffusion     Preview
Unit 4 - Appropriate Chart/Graph Unit 4 - Appropriate Chart/Graph     Preview
Unit 4 - Causal or Association Relationship of Variables Unit 4 - Causal or Association Relationship of Variables     Preview
Unit 4 - Precision of Data Unit 4 - Precision of Data     Preview
Unit 4 - Mean Unit 4 - Mean     Preview
Unit 4 - Range Unit 4 - Range     Preview
Unit 4 - Reasons for Anomalous Results Unit 4 - Reasons for Anomalous Results     Preview
Unit 4 - Selecting Equipment Unit 4 - Selecting Equipment     Preview
Unit 4 - Risk Assessment Unit 4 - Risk Assessment     Preview
Unit 4 - Key/Independent Variable Unit 4 - Key/Independent Variable     Preview
Unit 4 - Is Hypothesis Supported by the Data? Unit 4 - Is Hypothesis Supported by the Data?     Preview
Unit 4 - Draw a Conclusion Unit 4 - Draw a Conclusion     Preview
Unit 4 - Controlled Variable Unit 4 - Controlled Variable     Preview
Unit 4 - Evaluating Unit 4 - Evaluating     Preview
Unit 4 - Hypothesis Unit 4 - Hypothesis     Preview
Unit 4 - Identifying Anomalous Results Unit 4 - Identifying Anomalous Results     Preview
Unit 3 - Blood Unit 3 - Blood     Preview
Unit 3 - Biofuels Unit 3 - Biofuels     Preview
Unit 1 - Reflexes Unit 1 - Reflexes     Preview
Unit 1 - Oral Contraceptives Unit 1 - Oral Contraceptives     Preview
Unit 1 - Resistance of Pathogens to Antibiotics (H) Unit 1 - Resistance of Pathogens to Antibiotics (H)     Preview
Unit 1 - Synapse Unit 1 - Synapse     Preview
Unit 1 - Vaccination Unit 1 - Vaccination     Preview
Unit 1 - Theories of Evolution Unit 1 - Theories of Evolution     Preview
Unit 1 - IVF Unit 1 - IVF     Preview
Unit 1 - Genetic Engineering Unit 1 - Genetic Engineering     Preview
Unit 1 - Balanced Diet Unit 1 - Balanced Diet     Play
Unit 1 - Antibiotics Unit 1 - Antibiotics     Play
Unit 1 - Clinical Trial Unit 1 - Clinical Trial     Preview
Unit 1 - Cloning Unit 1 - Cloning     Preview
Unit 1 - Energy Loss in Food Chains Unit 1 - Energy Loss in Food Chains     Preview
Unit 2 - Aerobic Respiration Unit 2 - Aerobic Respiration     Preview
Unit 2 - Anaerobic Respiration Unit 2 - Anaerobic Respiration     Preview
Unit 2 - Photosynthesis Unit 2 - Photosynthesis     Preview
Unit 2 - Mitosis Unit 2 - Mitosis     Preview
Unit 2 - Proteins Unit 2 - Proteins     Preview
Unit 2 - Quadrat Sampling Unit 2 - Quadrat Sampling     Preview
Unit 2 - Stem Cells Unit 2 - Stem Cells     Preview
Unit 2 - Speciation Unit 2 - Speciation     Preview
Unit 2 - Making Gametes (H) Unit 2 - Making Gametes (H)     Preview
Unit 2 - Genetics Unit 2 - Genetics     Preview
Unit 2 - Construct Genetic Diagrams (H) Unit 2 - Construct Genetic Diagrams (H)     Preview
Unit 2 - Cell Structure Unit 2 - Cell Structure     Preview
Unit 2 - Diffusion Unit 2 - Diffusion     Preview
Unit 2 - Effects of Exercise Unit 2 - Effects of Exercise     Preview
Unit 2 - Enzymes Unit 2 - Enzymes     Preview
Unit 1 - Adaptations for Survival Unit 1 - Adaptations for Survival     Play

GCSE Biology Revision

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