Is additional science the same as combined science?
Additional Science is more technical and ‘scientific’ than the core science modules and many students find the concepts much harder. We have found that students that achieved the lower grades in Core Science struggle much more with Additional Science than those that obtained higher grades (A*, A, B).
What is additional science applied?
The additional applied science is for practitioners of science and there is a strong focus on work-related learning. Young people learn the importance of standard operating procedures and how to apply them in problem-solving.
Is additional science the same as Triple Science?
Additional is ‘double’. Extension is ‘triple’. They are both GCSE, but with Additional you gain two grades whereas in Extension you gain three grades for each science respectively.
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