After achieving top grades in my National 5’s (GCSE’s) and Scottish Higher’s (A levels), I got accepted into University a year early to study Anatomy at Dundee. I am currently a first year student studying evolution, cell biology and other core biological concepts as well as an optional module in Spanish. Since I have only recently completed my high school qualifications I have the best knowledge of what is required to achieve top grades for these qualifications whilst also offering competitive low prices.
University of Dundee
BSc Anatomical Sciences - 1:2
2018 - Now
Studying core biology and spanish.
Webster’s High School
Scottish Highers - AAABB (Human Biology, Spanish, Mathematics, Chemistry, English
2017 - 2018
Webster’s High School
National 5’s - AAAAAA (English, Maths, Biology, Chemistry, Spanish, Engineering Science
2016 - 2017
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Who discovered the molecular structure of DNA?
Francis Crick, James Watson and Rosalind Franklin discovered the double helix and twisted-ladder structure of DNA in 1953....
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What is 2a plus c?
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How do you do work out pie charts?
Pie Charts use percentages. If a certain answer or term used is 34% of example, then that answer or term will take up 34% of the circle, or pie. On ...
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Cells for Anatomy and physiology?
There are many, many cells! Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic are the 2 groups of cells however there are hundreds of very different types of cells under b...
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What properties does RNA have other than the ability to self replicate?
- RNA is single stranded. - RNA uses Uracil base (U) instead of Thymine (T) - There is an addition of a hydroxyl group at the 2’ position - The addi...
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Why is mucus needed in the lungs ( in general) and also what can farmers do to Stop salmonella except for Vaccinations?
To answer the first part of your question, mucus is needed in the lungs to trap dirt and dust and little hairs called cilia which push this mucus up...
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