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Science equivalency test - UEL

Discussion in 'Thinking of teaching' started by JCG75, Jul 1, 2010.

  1. Hi
    I sat the Biology Equivalency test at the end of May. I'm sorry to say but if it's the same one I sat it's not multiple choice. You will need to get a revision guide of some type to brush up. You will also find the BBC GCSE Bitesize tests useful and get some GCSE past papers to try.
    Good luck.
     
  2. I am sure you have passed the Science test now. Can you advise me
    what book to buy to enable me to learn and revise for the test.
    I am taking the test with Equivalency Testing in Essex. Is this the best place?
    Thank you for your help,
    Elliot Sinclair
     
  3. Hi there,

    How did the test go? I am due to sit the combined science (biology, physics and chemistry) in september with Equivalency testing.com. If you could let me know what resources you used and what were good? that would be much appreciated
    Wayne
     

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