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    10,000th post, the race is on!
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    (Original post by steffi.alexa)
    Hi! This is a great thread for getting motivated, or just marveling out how much work Sparkly-Star does, or how high Narik scores in tests :moon:

    That sounds like an advert :dry:
    and witnessing how badly she fails in June unless she gets her butt on here everyday and works hard. :p:
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    (Original post by Starless Eyes)
    skipp is here! :five:
    Skipp is almost always here :yep:

    SO much revision/learning to do :yawn:

    @ydleet :rofl:
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    (Original post by YdLeet)
    10,000th post, the race is on!
    You're not going to get the skittles back from me so soon. :p:
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    Okay, to do tomorrow (I'm going back to my timetable):

    • German vocab learning - 45 mins
    • History AS Tudors
    • Biology
    • German grammar
    • History AS Germany
    • Memorise German presentation


    Hmm, my list seems so short now that I've done the A2 Tudors stuff... I guess I could start revision on that now.
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    (Original post by Narik)
    and witnessing how badly she fails in June unless she gets her butt on here everyday and works hard. :p:
    Well clearly whatever you did in January worked - so just repeat that!

    Oh, I have to revise for C2 again, and I have to sit the exam this time :sigh: Expect stupid questions from me with that :awesome:
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    (Original post by Narik)
    and witnessing how badly she fails in June unless she gets her butt on here everyday and works hard. :p:
    Lol, I definitely need the motivation. BTW your results :woo: :eek:
    Seems like this thread is a must if thats what everybody is getting =P
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    (Original post by Narik)
    You're not going to get the skittles back from me so soon. :p:
    (Original post by YdLeet)
    Tuck in :eating:

    Edit: Almost forgot, but save me a red one.. :ninja:

    Haha, A chocolate skittle.. :yeah:
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    Woah, TSR has a revision thread???

    I would join in but you all seem to know each other already... Do you welcome newcomers? :p:
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    (Original post by steffi.alexa)
    Describe tRNA and mRNA
    Aha a more serious question.

    tRNA is a single stranded molecule consisting of a backbone of ribose sugar and phosphates bonded to each other and with one nitrogenous base (Uracil, guanine, adenine and cytosine) bonded to each sugar. The strand is folded into a clover shape (bonded by intramolecular base-pairing) and has an anticodon at one end consisting of a specific three base long sequence. At the other end, an amino acid is bonded to the molecule via an ester bond that can be easily hydrolised).

    mRNA is also a single stranded polynucleotide with a backbone of phosphate and ribose sugar with a nitrogenous base (could be uracil, guanine, cytosine or adenine) bonded to each sugar. The molecule is long and has the complementary base sequence to that of the gene it has been transcribed from.
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    (Original post by ily_em)
    Woah, TSR has a revision thread???

    I would join in but you all seem to know each other already... Do you welcome newcomers? :p:
    Welcome! I'm new to this thread too but I welcome you :p:
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    Tomorrow, I WILL, I WILL, I WILL do the following:

    5 Physics Past Papers
    C4 Mixed Questions
    1 C4 Soloman Paper

    :awesome:
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    (Original post by YdLeet)
    :facepalm:
    Good description no? Missed out a few bits I know but I covered the basics.

    The alternative is God created it but I don't like that option
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    (Original post by ily_em)
    Woah, TSR has a revision thread???

    I would join in but you all seem to know each other already... Do you welcome newcomers? :p:
    All newcomers are welcome :yep:

    Everyone will make you feel welcome, and also keep you happy and motivated until the end of exams. We will treat you like family (well, TSR family) :awesome:
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    Wow, I went to have tea and there was a new thread :eek3: I missed all the excitement!!
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    (Original post by skipp)
    Skipp is almost always here :yep:
    Ohh awesome, this is where you hide :ninja: :cute:
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    Anyone doing:
    Sociology
    Psychology
    English Language?
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    (Original post by ChopinNocturne)
    Wow, I went to have tea and there was a new thread :eek3: I missed all the excitement!!
    Me too, I panicked for a moment :sad:
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    Hooray! I'm in the top 7 posters :woo:
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    (Original post by ily_em)
    Woah, TSR has a revision thread???

    I would join in but you all seem to know each other already... Do you welcome newcomers? :p:
    We want everyone tbh :sexface:
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