Continuing his studies with A-Levels in biology, physics, chemistry and maths, it could easily have been life outdoors on the water as a rower instead of the sessions in the gym.
What does BPC stand for?
BPC stands for Biology, Physics, Chemistry (education)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 296 other meanings of BPC in our Acronym Attic
- Bessel Product Combining
- Best Practices China, Ltd. (consulting)
- Best Practices Clearinghouse
- Bethel Pentecostal Church (various locations)
- Bethlehem Peace Center (Palestine)
- Beyond Parental Control (various locations)
- Bi-Phase Coding
- Bible Presbyterian Church
- BigPond Cable (Telstra)
- Biological Pest Control
- Biovail Pharmaceuticals Canada (pharmaceutical company)
- Bipartisan Policy Center (Washington, DC)
- Bissell Pro Cycling (racing team)
- Black People's Convention
- Black Powder Coat (product color)
- Block Power Control
- Blois Poker Club (France)
- Board of Port Commissioners (California)
- Bonnes Pratiques Cliniques (French: Good Clinical Practices)
- Book & Periodical Council of Canada
Samples in periodicals archive:
Kudryashov expects his readership to include students of biology, physics, chemistry, radiation biology and medicine, professionals in ionizing radiation, and general readers living with increased background radiation.
Jamie, 18, has a place at Downing College in Cambridge to study medicine thanks to his A grades in biology, physics, chemistry, maths, further maths and general studies.
Following years will see GCSEs increasingly assessed through computer terminals -something already being pioneered by exam board Edexcel in biology, physics, chemistry and geography.
The Minnesota urban ag school, with students in grades nine through 12, offers classes in biology, physics, chemistry, mathematics, ag science, language arts, social studies and more.
The 18-year-olds, from Colchester Girls in Essex, scooped five A grades each in maths, biology, physics, chemistry and general studies.