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    (Original post by CAPTAINSHAZAM)
    Im hoping to finish half of my last unit today and then later today going to read over all my essays to make sure ive memorized them.
    tbh i dont even think i've memorised mine, like if i was to now go and write them out without any notes i wouldnt be able to
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    (Original post by toetothunder)
    Does anyone have a good essay on endogenous pacemakers/exogenous zeitgebers?
    i have two pretty good separate ones, so one on ez's one on ep's, shall i pm you?
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    (Original post by evekay)
    i have two pretty good separate ones, so one on ez's one on ep's, shall i pm you?
    Oh Yes please! much appreciated
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    (Original post by CAPTAINSHAZAM)
    Yep theres no exam.... The exam is the hardest bit you dont have hours to perfect your work like in BTEC, yet some people see it as the same lmao.
    True I think I'd prefer if there was more coursework in A-levels. I can do anything perfectly if given the time. I love projects and putting all my effort into things. Well in timed exams crammed into a short few weeks, you can't really give it your best as you're tired, everything hurts, and stressed.

    Fuk this chit man, also fuk them for changing specs all the time to make it more difficult on us, fuking old people who were done with their exams decades ago and have secure jobs now, yeah let's ruin everything for the young

    Yes I'm mad
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    So glad that relationship breakdown is the top prediction... I actually can stand that topic :-)
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    (Original post by NHM)
    So glad that relationship breakdown is the top prediction... I actually can stand that topic :-)
    Meh, much prefer sexual selection.


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    (Original post by nemanuel96)
    Meh, much prefer sexual selection.


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    I can do it but I find it boring
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    How are you guys doing setting up your revision?

    Are you:

    1. revising each topic in one go then moving on to the next (e.g. all gender essays, then all aggression essays...)
    2. one essay per topic, then the next, and cycling this
    3. top 2 essays per topic most likely to come up then going back and revising the rest

    I'm doing 1 but might do 3 instead.

    I'M TERRIFIED
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    is there a mark scheme for cultural influences on gender roles or has it come up before? Loops says it was Jun11 but its a different question that year on the ms i found
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    (Original post by кяя)
    How are you guys doing setting up your revision?

    Are you:

    1. revising each topic in one go then moving on to the next (e.g. all gender essays, then all aggression essays...)
    2. one essay per topic, then the next, and cycling this
    3. top 2 essays per topic most likely to come up then going back and revising the rest

    I'm doing 1 but might do 3 instead.

    I'M TERRIFIED
    I'm doing 1 although I have not revised some topics (those that came up last year)
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    (Original post by кяя)
    Are you only just starting revision now? Gawd damn good luck. I'm only revising Loopa predictions too. Imagine if AQA decided to change their questions to be different from what Loopa says on purpose. Aahhh

    Aim for a low A at least.
    The papers are made well in advance, and loopa's predictions only ccame out recently so i highly doubt that.
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    (Original post by student420)
    is there a mark scheme for cultural influences on gender roles or has it come up before? Loops says it was Jun11 but its a different question that year on the ms i found
    It was a 4 marker in June11 :-)
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    Hey
    If you was to do A2 and not do good at all like 3 U's can you use the AS UCAS points you got in the First year
    Thank You
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    (Original post by evekay)
    how likely is it that gender dysphoria will come up?

    also i should get my last essays covered by tomorrow morning, but dunno what to do after that? might just go over the ones that have been predicted? what's everyone else doing?
    I'd say gender dysphoria is highly likely, I think evolutionary theory could be too...

    It may be a split question?
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    yea i think a split question could be very likely

    (Original post by NHM)
    I'd say gender dysphoria is highly likely, I think evolutionary theory could be too...

    It may be a split question?
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    cheers, do you think its likely to appear as a 24 this year then?

    (Original post by NHM)
    It was a 4 marker in June11 :-)
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    I've got such a gut feeling about Kohlberg though...
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    (Original post by student420)
    cheers, do you think its likely to appear as a 24 this year then?
    Going on Loopa predictions yes, although I wouldn't like it to appear it may appear :-(
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    (Original post by toetothunder)
    Oh Yes please! much appreciated
    ooh could i have a look aswell? i also have a B grade essay on EP/EZ, but havent acc seen a good one!
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    If anyone wants any gender essays, let me know and I'll send you them... I have all but gender schema and childhood!
 
 
 
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