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Edexcel IGCSE Biology: Topic Questions

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Concise resources for the IGCSE Edexcel Biology: course.


Topic QuestionsMark SchemesModel Answers
Section 1: The nature and variety of living organisms
Characteristics of living organisms (1B) ​ Characteristics of living organisms (1B) MS ​Characteristics of living organisms (1B) - Solutions
Characteristics of living organisms (2B) ​ Characteristics of living organisms (2B) MS Characteristics of living organisms (2B) - Solutions
Variety of living organisms (1B) Variety of living organisms (1B) MS Variety of living organisms (1B) - Solutions
Variety of living organisms (2B) Variety of living organisms (2B) MSVariety of living organisms (2B) - Solutions
Section 2: Structures and func in living organisms
Level of organisation (1B) Level of organisation (1B) MS Level of organisation (1B) - Solutions
Level of organisation (2B) ​ Level of organisation (2B) MS Level of organisation (2B) - Solutions
Cell structure (1B) Cell structure (1B) MS Cell structure (1B) - Solutions
Cell structure (2B) Cell structure (2B) MS Cell structure (2B) - Solutions
Biological molecules (1B) 1 Biological molecules (1B) MS 1 Biological molecules(1B) - Solutions 1
Biological molecules (1B) 2Biological molecules (1B) MS 2Biological molecules (1B) - Solutions 2
Biological molecules (2B) Biological molecules (2B) MS 1 Biological molecules (2B) - Solutions
Movement of substances into and out of cells (1B) 1 Movement of substances into and out of cells (1B) MS 1Movement of substances into and out of cells (1B) – Solutions 1
Movement of substances into and out of cells (1B) 2 Movement of substances into and out of cells (1B) MS 2 Movement of substances into and out of cells (1B) – Solutions 2
Movement of substances into and out of cells (1B) 3 Movement of substances into and out of cells (1B) MS 3 Movement of substances into and out of cells (1B) – Solutions 3
Movement of substances into and out of cells (2B)Movement of substances into and out of cells (2B) MSMovement of substances into and out of cells (2B) – Solutions
Nutrition (1B) 1 Nutrition (1B) MS 1Nutrition (1B) – Solutions 1
Nutrition (1B) 2 Nutrition (1B) MS 2Nutrition (1B) – Solutions 2
Nutrition (1B) 3 Nutrition (1B) MS 3 Nutrition (1B) – Solutions 3
Nutrition (1B) 4 Nutrition (1B) MS 4Nutrition (1B) – Solutions 4
Nutrition (2B) 1 Nutrition (2B) MS 1 Nutrition (2B) - Solutions 1
Nutrition (2B) 2 Nutrition (2B) MS 2 Nutrition (2B) – Solutions 2
Respiration (1B) Respiration (1B) MS Respiration (1B) – Solutions
Respiration (2B) Respiration (2B) MS Respiration (2B) – Solutions
Gas exchange  (1B) 1 Gas exchange  (1B) MS 1Gas exchange (1B) – Solutions 1
Gas exchange  (1B) 2 Gas exchange  (1B) MS 2Gas exchange (1B) -Solutions 2
Gas exchange  (2B)  Gas exchange  (2B) MSGas exchange (2B) – Solutions
Transport (1B) 1 Transport (1B) MS 1 Transport (1B) - Solutions 1
Transport (1B) 2 Transport (1B) MS 2Transport (1B) – Solutions 2
Transport (1B) 3 Transport (1B) MS 3Transport (1B) - Solutions 3
Transport (2B) 1 Transport (2B) MS 1Transport (2B) – Solutions 1
Transport (2B) 2 Transport (2B) MS 2 Transport (2B) - Solutions 2
Excretion (2B) 1 Excretion (2B) MS 1 Excretion (2B) – Solutions 1
Excretion (2B) 2 Excretion (2B) MS 2 Excretion (2B) - Solutions 2
Coordination and response (1B) 1 Coordination and response (1B) MS 1 Coordination and response (1B) -Solutions 1
Coordination and response (1B) 2 Coordination and response (1B) MS 2 Coordination and response (1B) - Solutions 2
Coordination and response (1B) 3 Coordination and response (1B) MS 3 Coordination and response (1B) - Solutions 3
Coordination and response (2B) 1 Coordination and response (2B) MS 1 Coordination and response (2B) - Solutions 1
Coordination and response (2B) 2 Coordination and response (2B) MS 2Coordination and response (2B) - Solutions 2
Section 3: Reproduction and inheritance
Reproduction (1B) 1 Reproduction (1B) MS 1 Reproduction (1B) - Solutions 1
Reproduction (1B) 2 Reproduction (1B) MS 2Reproduction (1B) - Solutions 2
Reproduction (1B) 3 Reproduction (1B) MS 3 Reproduction (1B) - Solutions 3
Reproduction (2B) 1 Reproduction (2B) MS 1Reproduction (2B) – Solutions 1
Reproduction (2B) 2 Reproduction (2B) MS 2 Reproduction (2B) - Solutions 2
Inheritance (1B) 1 Inheritance (1B) MS 1 Inheritance (1B) – Solutions 1
Inheritance (1B) 2 Inheritance (1B) MS 2 Inheritance (1B) – Solutions 2
Inheritance (1B) 3 Inheritance (1B) MS 3Inheritance (1B) – Solutions 3
Inheritance (2B)  Inheritance (2B) MS  Inheritance (2B) – Solutions
Section 4: Ecology and the environment
The organism in the environment (1B) 1 The organism in the environment (1B) MS 1The organism in the environment (1B) - Solutions 1
The organism in the environment (1B) 2 The organism in the environment (1B) MS 2 The organism in the environment (1B) – Solutions 2
The organism in the environment (1B) 3 The organism in the environment (1B) MS 3 ​ The organism in the environment (1B) – Solutions 3
The organism in the environment (2B)The organism in the environment (2B) MS  ​ The organism in the environment (2B) – Solutions
Feeding relationships (1B) 1 Feeding relationships (1B) MS 1 Feeding relationships (1B) – Solutions 1
Feeding relationships (1B) 2 Feeding relationships (1B) MS 2Feeding relationships (1B) – Solutions 2
Feeding relationships (1B) 3 Feeding relationships (1B) MS 3Feeding relationships (1B) - Solutions 3
Feeding relationships (2B)Feeding relationships (2B) MSFeeding relationships (2B) – Solutions
Cycles within ecosystems (1B) Cycles within ecosystems (1B) MS Cycles within ecosystems (1B) – Solutions
Cycles within ecosystems (2B) Cycles within ecosystems (2B) MS Cycles within ecosystems (2B) – Solutions
Human influences on the environment (1B) 1 Human influences on the environment (1B) MS 1Human influences on the environment (1B) – Solutions 1
Human influences on the environment (1B) 2 Human influences on the environment (1B) MS 2 Human influences on the environment (1B) – Solutions 2
Human influences on the environment (1B) 3 Human influences on the environment (1B) MS 3 Human influences on the environment (1B) – Solutions 3
Human influences on the environment (1B) 4 Human influences on the environment (1B) MS 4 Human influences on the environment (1B) – Solutions 4
Human influences on the environment (2B)Human influences on the environment (2B) MS Human influences on the environment (2B) – Solutions
Section 5: Use of biological resources
Food production (1B) 1Food production (1B) MS 1Food production (1B) – Solutions 1
Food production (1B) 2 Food production (1B) MS 2Food production (1B) – Solutions 2
Food production (1B) 3 Food production (1B) MS 3Food production (1B) - Solutions 3
Food production (2B) 1 Food production (2B) MS 1 Food production (2B) - Solutions 1
Food production (2B) 2 Food production (2B) MS 2 Food production (2B) – Solutions 2
Selective breeding (1B) Selective breeding (1B) MS Selective breeding (1B) - Solutions
Selective breeding (2B) Selective breeding (2B) MS Selective breeding (2B) - Solutions
Genetic modification (genetic engineering) (1B) ​ Genetic modification (genetic engineering) (1B) MS ​ Genetic modification (genetic engineering) (1B) - Solutions
Genetic modification (genetic engineering) (2B) ​ Genetic modification (genetic engineering) (2B) MS ​Genetic modification (genetic engineering) (2B) - Solutions
​Cloning (2B) 1 ​Cloning (2B) MS 1 Cloning (2B) - Solutions 1
Cloning (2B) 2Cloning (2B) MS 2Cloning (2B) - Solutions 2
​Cloning (2B) 3 ​Cloning (2B) MS 3Cloning (2B) - Solutions 3
​Cloning (2B) 4 ​Cloning (2B) MS 4Cloning (2B) – Solutions 4


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