Biology IB Higher Level

Science and Mathematics

Science and Mathematics
Science and Mathematics
We are only accepting one application per candidate.

What will you be working towards?

Code 60131743
Qualification Type International Baccalaureate Diploma
Qualification Level Level 3
Course type Full Time


Sciences have an influence on every part of our lives, so studying Biology can give you an insight into the world around you.

The skills you learn as a scientist, like thinking logically, analytical processing of data and problem solving, are very transferable and will allow you to progress onto many different career paths. Biology is a great choice for those interested in Sport as you will learn how, and why your body functions in the way that it does.

Students taking the IB Biology course at either Standard or Higher Level will be required to work independently and in small groups, to develop an understanding of how Science influences their lives and how scientific developments can have political, moral and social implications.                         


Cell and molecular biology

Genetics and evolution

Human, animal and plant physiology


How will it be delivered?

Paper 1 - multiple choice

Paper 2 - extended answer

Paper 3 - data analysis and option topic

Individual investigation - written lab report

Entry requirements

Entry Requirement HL - GCSE in Biology at Grade 7 and above

To study our International Baccalaureate Diploma you need to choose six subjects. Students also have timetabled sessions for Theory of Knowledge and Creativity, Action & Service.

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Your next steps...

Your time spent at Parkside Sixth will equip you with qualifications and experiences which will make you desirable candidates for a whole variety of Higher Educational and employment opportunities. Your learning mentor, the Careers Advisor and Head of Sixth will all be valuable sources of information and guidance regarding your next steps and their advice will be supported by resources in the library and common rooms.