September 6, 2022 / by ntweedle

A-level Group Masterclasses specific to AQA/OCR & Y12/Y13

Ever wondered how skeletal muscles function? This is one of the mammalian physiology concepts you will study in A-level Biology. Could you…

teacher assessed grades
March 9, 2021 / by ntweedle

Preparing for Teacher Assessed Grades 2021

As we inch ever closer to understanding the teacher assessed grades (TAG) scenario, I thought it well worth giving some suggestions as…

pressure on students
August 24, 2020 / by ntweedle

The pressure is mounting for 2020-2021 year 13 students

The last 6 months due to COVID-19 and cancellation of A-level examinations has caused a range of different pressures for everyone. We…

GCSE to A Level Biology
March 26, 2020 / by ntweedle

GCSE to A Level Biology – Bridging the Gap

You don’t need me to tell you that things are a little different this year! The usual anticipation of exam season and…

standard deviation
February 14, 2020 / by ntweedle

Vlog – Standard Deviation in Maths and Biology

In this video Nicky is joined by Michael Olagunju from Air Maths Tuition to discuss Standard Deviation and how it relates to…

common mistakes in A-level Biology
October 21, 2019 / by ntweedle

Common Mistakes in A-level Biology

Common mistakes A-level Biology students make during their Year 13 studies   If you’re hoping for the best grades possible for A-level…

ATP molecule
September 18, 2019 / by ntweedle

The ATP Molecule and Why It’s Crucial for Life

ATP-adenosine triphosphate is an immediate source of energy within cells, but it only releases and stores small amounts of energy at any…