Biology - Endocrine System (Notes) - Compiled by Srikrshna P | Helpline for ICSE Students (Class 10) @icsehelpline101

ICSE Biology: The Endocrine System (Notes)


Namaste!

We are delighted to be back after over a month long break to share with you these ICSE Class 10 Notes on The Endocrine System, contributed by a reader, Mr. Srikrshna P. His material is quite extensive, though concise. Here is his message for fellow readers and current tenth grade students of ICSE:

“These notes are MORE THAN ENOUGH for the Board Examinations.

It took me a long time to compile and type, so I hope the notes are respected. If one reads these notes thoroughly then I would say one could get complete marks in Endocrine System.”

 

Here’s a link to download the PDF file for the above-mentioned notes:

ICSE NOTES: Biology – Endocrine System (Compiled by Srikrshna P)

You may print these notes through the PDF file and refer to them for your personal use as required. You are forbidden to reproduce any part of these notes without our prior permission. For more information, please contact us or go through our copyright policy. 

 

Check out his study notes, and do let us know how you find them by leaving your feedback in the Comments section below. Hope they help you in studying for your ICSE Biology Board Exam!

 

 

Also see the following study notes and tips to help you prepare for your ICSE Biology Board Exam:

ICSE Biology: Important Diagrams from All Chapters

ICSE Biology: Last-Minute Tips before Board Exams

ICSE Biology: The Excretory System (NOTES)

 

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10 thoughts on “ICSE Biology: The Endocrine System (Notes)

    • ICSE Helper says:

      Hi Manvendra,

      Thanks for stopping by! We currently don’t have any notes for Physics, sorry!

      However, we hope you find other relevant material for your Class 10 ICSE board exams. Have you checked out this page yet: https://icsehelpline101.com/quick-links/?

      Let us know if you have other questions. We’ll be happy to help to the best of our ability. All the best, and keep visiting! 🙂

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  1. gammaburst101 says:

    Hey, thanks for the greats notes. I wanted to notify that the spelling of “Acromegaly” was wrong at the end of Pg 2. Other than that, it proved to be very helpful.

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  2. Fenny Doshi says:

    Hello Sir
    I am a student of ICSE and have my exams in February. I found your Notes very helpful. I request you to help me with my Physics as I have tried my best and put in all of my effort in Physics. Even after all this, I am not able to score. I need some guidance and I guess you will help me out!

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    • ICSE Helper says:

      Hi Fenny,

      We are glad that you found the notes helpful.

      Regarding Physics, could you please elaborate where you find a problem? You should once go through the papers that you have written so far, and make a note of where you made a mistake. Revise those concepts well, practice without looking into the textbook, and also practice past papers’ questions orally as there is less time now.

      Hope this helps. If there is any particular area or aspect which you feel is why you are not scoring, then let us know. We will do our best to help. Thank you for stopping by, and stay connected. 🙂

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      • Ayush Jaiswal says:

        I have problem in transport chapter in geography. The scope of syllabus says that we just have to study the advantages and disadvantages. Is it really so?

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      • ICSE Helper says:

        Hi Ayush,

        You can safely avoid any topic which the scope explicitly mentions as not being in the syllabus. However, in our experience, there have been times when topics not at all mentioned in the Syllabus Book but which are there in textbooks have been asked in the board exams. Hence, to stay on the safe side, do study all that has been taught in school or which your teachers say is important.

        Hope this helps! All the best for your preparation. 🙂

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