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Course Description

Will I be able to manage the entire course in such a short time? Is scoring an A* practical and possible for me? How much do I need to learn? Is studying from textbook important or notes? How much do I need to write in the exam? I understand the topics but I get stuck when solving the past papers!

If all the above-mentioned concerns sound familiar then you are at the right place. This course will take you through a journey of mastering the art of learning what to know and how much to know for you to ace the maximum grade. 

Enrolling in this course will not only ensure an A* but also give you a worthwhile educational experience beyond what is normally expected. These are not mere claims but have manifested in the excellent results produced by my students over the course of years. Dive with me deep into the course to unleash your true potential and conquer the world of Biology and achieve your dream of scoring A* in your Exam!

Course Curriculum

1 Introduction and syllabus

3min 40 sec to 6min 21 sec

2 Animal Cell drawing and Identification

6min 21 sec to 22min 30 sec

3 Plant Cell drawing and identification

22min 30 sec to 25min 40 sec

4 Mitochondria

5min 20 sec to 11min 1 sec

5 Chloroplast

11min 1 sec to 28min

6 Nucleus

. 28min to 34min 8 sec

7 Endoplasmic Reticulum

34min 8 sec to 44min 50 sec

8 Golgi Bodies

44min 50 sec to 47min 18 sec

9 Golgi bodies (continued)

2min to 3min 48 sec

10 Lysozome

3min 48 sec to 11min 2 sec

11 Ribosomes

11min 2sec to 19min 12 sec

12 Plasmodesmata

19min 12 sec to 22min 10 sec

13 Cell Vacuole

22min 10 sec to 26min 12 sec

14 Cell Wall

26min 12 sec to 34min 30 sec

15 Bacterial Cell

34min 30 sec to 40min 45 sec

16 Comparison Prokaryotic Eukaryotic and Virus

40min 45 sec to 44min 37 sec

17 Centrioles structure and function

3min 50 sec to 24min 55 sec

18 Cilia and Flagella

24min 55 sec to 44min 35 sec

19 Magnification and Conversions

44min 35 sec to end of video

20 Resolution

2min 10 sec to 7min 33 sec

21 Light Microscope

7min 33 sec to 9min 29 sec

22 Electron Microscope

9min 29 sec to 17min 14 sec –

23 Eyepiece graticule and stage micrometer calculations

17min 14 sec to 41min 16sec

1 Macromolecules, monomers and polymers

2min 28 sec to 10min 15 sec

2 Water Polar Molecule

10 min 15 sec to 21min 33 sec

3 Carbohydrates

21min 33 sec to 28min 10 sec

4 Monosaccharides and Glucose

28min 10 sec to 40 min 29 sec

5 Alpha and Beta Glucose

. 2min 27 sec to 5min 49 sec

6 Condensation and Hydrolysis Reactions

5min 49 sec to 10 min 50 sec

7 Disaccharide Maltose

10 min 50 sec to 15min 40 sec

8 Polysaccharide Starch

15min 40 sec to 27min 51 sec

9 Glycogen

27min 51 sec to 29min 32 sec

10 Cellulose

29 min 32 sec to 34min 52 sec

11 Lipids

34min 52 sec to End of Video

12 Amino Acids, Dipeptide and Peptide Bond

2min 40 sec to 9min 36 sec

13 Levels of Proteins: Primary, Secondary, Tertiary and Quaternary

9min 36 sec to 34min 56 sec

14 Globular Proteins

34min 56sec to 38min 7 sec

15 Structural Protein Collogen

3min 53 sec to 13min 52 sec

16 Water Functions

13min 52 sec to 26min 33 sec

17 Food Tests

26min 33 sec to 41min 12 sec