Infectious disease questions are notoriously tricky in the HSC. They require a thorough understanding of microbiology and immunology. Infectious disease Questions – Multiple Choice Try answer these infectious disease questions, they should be done in exam conditions with 55 minutes. There are 28 marks in total. Good luck! Question 1. A patient presents with anContinue reading “Infectious Disease Questions – An elite HSC Exam”
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HSC biology heredity questions are critical to your success in the HSC. We created a list of questions based on past data analysis of HSC Biology papers. Click here to jump straight to the Module 5 HSC Questions Is HSC biology module 5 hard to do well in? I worked with an above average studentContinue reading “HSC biology heredity questions – Proven module 5 growth”
The 2022 HSC Biology past paper was a little different to normal. From breaking down the HSC biology 2022 question distribution, style of question and what was assessed the most, valuable insights were found so you can focus your efforts for the HSC to get the marks you deserve. Keep reading to find out whatContinue reading “HSC Biology 2022 Exam Breakdown (One of the Hardest?)”
Epidemiology studies how infectious and non-infectious diseases spread. It focuses on understanding how, where and why a disease is spreading. This is valuable as it allows us to predict the cause of outbreaks, allowing us to step the spread of disease. This can save lives and you have likely seen this first hand with theContinue reading “Here is why epidemiology is important for HSC Biology”
Homeostasis, the self-regulatory process by which biological systems tend to maintain stability while adapting to optimal conditions for survival. Life goes on when homeostasis is successful. Failure to do so will result in disaster or death. The stability achieved is actually a dynamic equilibrium in which constant changes occur, but relatively uniform conditions prevail. Learn.Continue reading “Homeostasis what you must know for HSC Biology”
The biology HSC syllabus spans year 11 and 12 HSC is released by NESA. The content in the HSC exam is based on modules 5 -8 and modules 1-4 are assumed knowledge for the NSW HSC exams, however, they can’t be directly tested. The most recent HSC syllabus from NESA can be found here HSCContinue reading “Biology HSC Syllabus”
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