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    ite famalams, im off to take a nap then revise psych for tomorrow, im expecting the markscheme to be done when im back! have fun arguing xxx
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    (Original post by THEMathlete)
    I put range bar... When it was an error bar -.-


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    I crossed out error bar and put range bar lmao... I think they're considered more or less the same thing? I'm hoping they accept both.
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    (Original post by raach.14)
    It was MBM I'm sure
    MSB*
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    (Original post by Dark Elixir)
    Lots of people have put range bar, myself included!
    I'm hoping the mark scheme will allow several names?

    I put interquartile range.
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    (Original post by vincentjack)
    look at pinkelephants post
    which page do you know?
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    I put MBM


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    (Original post by NilaJ)
    Can people PLEASE help me with what all the questions were, I'm writing out an unofficial mark scheme now!
    i'll set up a google docs thing everyone can edit?
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    okay outer or inner membrane?
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    Surely it's MBM Both have synapses between neurones


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    I'm pretty sure K was an error bar! I do stats so that helps but that's a stupid question!!! How are we meant to know that for biology??
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    (Original post by vincentjack)
    i'll set up a google docs thing everyone can edit?
    sounds good I already have one going, lemme open up my google account
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    I got MBM
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    (Original post by GianluigiBuffon)
    MSB*
    Motor neurones are CNS to effector, sensory neurones are sensory receptors to CNS. Both go to other neurones
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    rumour has it that for an A* it's 12/60
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    (Original post by AsianBeauty)
    I put MBM


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    there was one S wasnt there in the middle
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    (Original post by AsianBeauty)
    I put MBM


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    I think that's right
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    (Original post by GianluigiBuffon)
    there was one S wasnt there in the middle
    Did they already give that ?


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    (Original post by GianluigiBuffon)
    MSB*
    please don't correct people when you clearly have no idea what you were doing
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    (Original post by Dark Elixir)
    I think that's right
    I got the same
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    yo please outer or inner membrane lol I cant belive I got this wrong
 
 
 
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