Edexcel Medicine and Health Through Time (Includes Unit 1 Development Study and Unit 3 Source Enquiry)
An SHP Development Study. SHPS
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This is the best of both worlds from the experts who know what good teaching is about and also know what the SHP specifications are all about. Edexcel Medicine and Health This title is a course book for students taking the Edexcel Medicine Development Study. It covers all the relevant requirements of the Edexcel specification - both the Unit 1 Development Study and the Unit 3 Source Enquiry into the Transformation of Surgery. Updated for the revised specfication The current printing has been updated to meet the requirements of the revised 'strengthened' GCSE specification for first exam in 2015. All the Exam Busters features for both Unit 1 and Unit 3 have been brought in line with the new question styles, and marking schemes of the new examination requirements.
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