GCSE AQA Biology Unit 2

I would like some help with the revision

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cronus
10 January 2013
I would be glad to tutor. Perhaps you could identify some specific areas that you require focused revision/tutoring. If it's revision techniques that you need help with, I am able to advise and suggest different approaches.
hellouk
11 January 2013
Hi I am willing to tutor you as well
J A.
11 January 2013
I did biology aqa gcse and have biology a level so mln
heather.pyne
24 January 2013
I have biology aqa gcse and a level biology and therefore have a good knowledge of the sylibus. I am happy to tutor you.
heather.pyne
24 January 2013
Hi, I could help you with this. I'm currently studying for a degree in Biological Sciences with Biomedicine from Lancaster University, a top 10 university according to all of the major league tables. I attained an A at GCSE with the AQA exam board, so already have some knowledge of the course. I also obtained an A at A-level in Biology, and I am averaging a first in my degree so far. I am also much cheaper than many of the tutors, at only £10 an hour.
Matthew B.
27 January 2013
Sorry for the delay i have been busy with exams and have now completed my Biology unit 2. I have still got your names so if i need help with Biology Unit 3 I will contact one of you. Thank You so much for the reply's.]
thorpeh
27 January 2013
What times are you free? I have extensive experience of tutoring this board
Jonathan C.
28 January 2013
What kind of help would you like?
Jonathan C.
28 January 2013
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  3. Answer the question. Read through the question carefully and make sure you know what it is actually asking for.
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