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    Lets just hope that its going to be easy :\...
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    GOOD LUCK FOR THE EXAM EVERYONE!!!!!:bumps::bumps::bumps:
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    currently sat here reevaluating my life choices
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    How did you find it???


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    harder than last years 2015 but some questions were okay, estimated for grade boundaries??
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    (Original post by maths_geek234)
    harder than last years 2015 but some questions were okay, estimated for grade boundaries??

    Ugghh I ran out of time!!!
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    (Original post by maths_geek234)
    harder than last years 2015 but some questions were okay, estimated for grade boundaries??
    id say in the 74-76% for an A* range. it was definitely harder than last years, but a lot of people found last years easy, yet our teacher told us that was a hard exam because the boundary for last year was 75% for an A*.
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    if it was harder than last years then I'm thinking the grade boundaries are going to be pulled even lower I'd say 128/129 for A*

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    (Original post by dance25)
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    I think it went pretty good, the only question i was iffy about what the one about advantages of releasing less greenhouse gases. i just put there would be less heat trapped, meaning less global warming - because if heat is trapped then this would lead to more polar ice caps melting and causing floods, and also how they could kill plants like tress leading to the effects of deforestation (leaching, soil erosion etc.). I really think i messed up on that question

    What did you guys put for that question? it was out of 5 marks
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    (Original post by maths_geek234)
    if it was harder than last years then I'm thinking the grade boundaries are going to be pulled even lower I'd say 128/129 for A*

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    those boundaries would be a god send :0 i pray those will be them haha, i personally believe along with all my friends it was a harder exam, by far.
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    (Original post by escg)
    those boundaries would be a god send :0 i pray those will be them haha, i personally believe along with all my friends it was a harder exam, by far.
    They have put grade boundaries like that in the past, so I have faith that they will be the grade boundaries
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    When will we find out what the grade boundaries are and our results?:bath:
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    What did you put for the variables for the children experiment question
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    (Original post by escg)
    I think it went pretty good, the only question i was iffy about what the one about advantages of releasing less greenhouse gases. i just put there would be less heat trapped, meaning less global warming - because if heat is trapped then this would lead to more polar ice caps melting and causing floods, and also how they could kill plants like tress leading to the effects of deforestation (leaching, soil erosion etc.). I really think i messed up on that question

    What did you guys put for that question? it was out of 5 marks
    I said the same thing


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    (Original post by Randomsome)
    What did you put for the variables for the children experiment question
    that the amount of time they exercise for is kept the same, and that they all exercise at the same time (together) in order to keep the conditions the same. what about you?
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    (Original post by escg)
    that the amount of time they exercise for is kept the same, and that they all exercise at the same time (together) in order to keep the conditions the same. what about you?
    I said -age of the children
    -temperature of room the heart rate was measure in.
    Do you think they are correct?
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    (Original post by James Gibbons)
    I said -age of the children
    -temperature of room the heart rate was measure in.
    Do you think they are correct?
    I said age of kids and amount of time exercising
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    (Original post by James Gibbons)
    I said -age of the children
    -temperature of room the heart rate was measure in.
    Do you think they are correct?
    yup those should be, i think mine were incorrect haha. does anyone know if mine would be acceptable?
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    Guys we need a chem thread! For Thursday x
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    (Original post by escg)
    yup those should be, i think mine were incorrect haha. does anyone know if mine would be acceptable?
    I also wrote amount of time exercising, I think yours are right but the bio mark scheme is so random sometimes
 
 
 
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