GCSE Further Additional Science Resources
GCSE Further Additional Science offers a flexible solution to gaining three science GCSEs.
What are the key benefits of Further Additional Science?
- More choice – students don't have to sit all nine exams at the end of year 11, for example, they can study all the content of GCSE Biology, Chemistry and Physics by entering GCSE Science A, GCSE Additional Science and GCSE Further Additional Science.
- More flexibility – students can start a course leading to two Science GCSEs and 'top-up' with GCSE Further Additional Science to achieve three GCSEs.
- Equivalent to a single GCSE in Science – students will study the subject content of the Unit 3s in the current GCSE Biology, Chemistry and Physics specifications.
How it works
View our infographic to find out how Further Additional Science gives flexibility to progression and improves GCSE Science learning and teaching.
Download our specimen question papers and mark schemes for Biology, Chemistry and Physics. First teaching is from September 2012, with first assessments in June 2014.
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Unit 1 Biology 3
Unit 2 Chemistry 3
Unit 3 Physics 3
Controlled Assessment Tasks (Unit 3)