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GCSE Biology ISA - Cooling (Urgent Help Please!)

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    Hi Everyone,

    I have a GCSE Biology ISA coming up in 2 weeks but I need to get on the ball from now!

    The teacher can't tell us what the ISA is of course but this is the clue info that was given:

    "Possible cooling effect of the air on the body on windy days in people such as sports people who are exercising vigorously and sweating a lot! You are interested in ways that this problem can be addressed"

    Now I'm not a lazy so and so lol. I would always do my own research before asking for assistance. I've come across the cooling experiment with wrapping a paper towel around a test tube and heating it up but I don't believe that would help with what I'm being asked here because the key words, I think, [...]. Now I'm not going to use humans but I assume test tubes and maybe a fan or some sort but I don't know what to do! I don't know if I'm along the right lines

    Any help would be greatly appreciated! especially from anyone who has done anything like this before!

    MOD EDIT: ISA information removed.
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    I also have this ISA too prepare for. Least you had two week to prep, I was told today and the sheet needs to be in for tomorrow. I have also only found the same method as you. You [...]. What method did you chose, please could you help me?

    MOD EDIT: ISA information removed.
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    TSR does not condone the discussion of any specific information relating to the content of ISAs or EMPAs given that they are assessments.

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