Here are some past essay questions:
Here are some fantastic animated tutorials about Meiosis from McGraw Hill Education – how Meiosis works, the stages of Meiosis, Meiosis I, Meiosis II, Crossing-over, Independent Assortment & unique features of Meiosis.
From Sinauer Associates comes an animated, narrated tutorial on Independent Assortment which also includes a quiz; there’s also one on Independent Assortment & gamete diversity (with a quiz) and one on mistakes in meiosis – nondisjunction.
Mr. Andersen uses chromosome beads to simulate both Mitosis and Meiosis:
Independent Assortment & Segregation (click to enlarge)
Many assessment statements are covered in videos by Stephanie Castle (with more being added all the time).
Some excellent interactive animations & tutorials on DNA & Genetics – just click on ‘Tour the Basics’ & ‘Heredity & Traits’.
Where do genes come from? A TED-Ed video (not on the syllabus):
Mitosis (in english). And here is Mitosis in american & mitosis – a 2m 45 s vid from Bitesize Top 20 Demos. Also here is What is Mitosis? (a 3m 45s lesson) & Mitosis music video by Peter Weatherall (2m 7s).
Here is Meiosis in american (and in more detail than you need).
17.3 & 17.4 revision notes in downloadable word format.
Mr. Andersen uses chromosome beads to simulate both Mitosis & Meiosis (11m 53s):
A short, simple animation to show meiosis and two animated, narrated tutorials – one from McGraw Hill Education – Mitosis & Meiosis compared – and one from Sinauer Associates – Meiosis that also includes a quiz.
In Crash Course Biology #13 – Meiosis: Where the Sex Starts, Hank gets down to the nitty gritty about meiosis.