As it's Science Week, we thought we'd give busy Secondary School science teachers some much-needed respite from resource hunting, planning and marking. We've got some fantastic content that will help navigate learners through those tricky science GCSEs. It can often be hard for science teachers to find quality resources, especially ones that cover the more difficult areas of the curriculum. However, LbQ have a team of science teacher authors who have created the perfect Question Sets to prepare learners for the summer exams. In this article, we will cover all 3 science specialisms, provide links to each Question Set and highlight their objectives. Let's do this! ## Biology ### Question Set: [Enzymes (Practice)]( ![alt text](/filestore/BlogImage/b6f58e9c-a583-412e-a78b-ff0329ddd7e5/492e5a1f-415c-4068-9b3b-6183337487afScienceblogimage1.JPG "") **Objective**: Learners have the key knowledge associated with enzymes. The Enzymes (Practice) Question Set is a great way to reinforce vocabulary and deepen learning. Learners will be required to have the key knowledge associated with enzymes, as well as knowledge of the factors affecting enzyme activity and digestive enzymes. It also features clear, concise diagrams that result in a better understanding of the concepts and subject matter. ### Question Set: [Enzymes Required Practical Suite]( ![alt text](/filestore/BlogImage/b6f58e9c-a583-412e-a78b-ff0329ddd7e5/5249717e-78a2-45e6-9f52-ba61554354ecScienceblogimage2.JPG "") **Objective**: Learners can apply key terms relating to the planning and collection of data to an investigation into how pH affects the breakdown of starch by amylase. This suite of Question Sets takes learners through each step of the required practical, allowing them to develop their practical skills and gain a deeper level of understanding, which they can then apply to exam-style questions. ## Chemistry Chemistry teachers should definitely check out our Quantitative Chemistry Question Sets, which cover everything from introducing moles to limiting reactants. Each Question Set builds from the basics and provides a level of challenge to suit all ability levels. ### Question Set: [Amounts of Substances in Equations Higher Only (Practice)]( ![alt text](/filestore/BlogImage/b6f58e9c-a583-412e-a78b-ff0329ddd7e5/cc73b680-3b82-43ba-9b5b-b6e9b996a90cChemistryimage2.JPG "") **Objective**: Learners can calculate the masses of reactants and products from a balanced symbol equation and the mass of a given reactant or product. This is a Question Set that learners will really dig, and yes, it does include some mole-tiple choice questions (sorry). It gives learners the opportunity to practice reacting mass calculations. It takes them steadily through a series of questions that require learners to change units or the subject of the equation. ### Question Set: [Titration Calculations (Practice)]( ![alt text](/filestore/BlogImage/b6f58e9c-a583-412e-a78b-ff0329ddd7e5/1151e36e-1c58-40a7-806a-50aec27a94a7Chemistryimage1.JPG "") **Objective**: Learners can calculate the concentration of one of the solutions in mol/dm³ and g/dm³ from the reacting volumes and the known concentration of the other solution. This is an excellent Question Set on a difficult area of the curriculum, and it is ideal to use to ensure that learners can use data for their own titrations to calculate concentration. ## Physics Our physics resources manage to be engaging, yet still challenging to learners. Each calculation Question Set comes in 3 forms: with equations, without equations and with equation triangles. This allows teachers to differentiate for learners of differing learning styles. ### Question Set: [Gravitational Potential Energy Calculations (Practice)]( ![alt text](/filestore/BlogImage/b6f58e9c-a583-412e-a78b-ff0329ddd7e5/050dbd8b-54c5-4d96-affd-98889213f550Physicsimage1.JPG "") **Objective**: Learners can use the gravitational potential energy equation to calculate gravitational potential energy, mass, gravitational field strength and height. An engaging, roller-coaster of a Question Set that takes learners from simple Ep calculations, to ones that require them to change the subject of the equation to calculate gravity. This is weighty stuff, but nail this one and learners will be on for an (inter)stellar performance in their exams. ### Question Set: [Kinetic Energy Calculations (Practice)]( ![alt text](/filestore/BlogImage/b6f58e9c-a583-412e-a78b-ff0329ddd7e5/ebc04590-114f-47e3-91f1-b4b2e5202c0fPhysicsimage2.JPG "") **Objective**: Learners can use the kinetic energy equation to calculate kinetic energy, mass and velocity. This Question Set will have your learners shell-ebrating (sorry again). It takes learners through not only Kinetic Energy calculations by asking them to change the units and subject of the equation, but also challenges them to calculate changes in Kinetic Energy due to a change in velocity. Gaining a deeper understanding of this subject will ensure that exams aren't a Turtle disaster (before you say it, we know it's a Tortoise but give us a break!). So there you have it, loads of curriculum-aligned science content to help prepare for the upcoming GCSE exams. 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