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    yeah it asked what was the cause of type 1
    and then 3 risk factors for type 2

    didnt itt?!!!!
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    The question said state three factors, but there were something like ten-twelve lines to give an answer in!

    And am I the only one who put smoking as a factor?
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    (Original post by Tacita)
    This.
    Primary pigments are reaction centres, and chlorophyll a is the primary pigment. So the 'a' is definitely essential. No 'a' = no mark
    arghhh crapp there goes another mark. I hate this paper.
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    (Original post by rowleyja)
    yeah it asked what was the cause of type 1
    and then 3 risk factors for type 2

    didnt itt?!!!!
    yes it even put it in bold.
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    (Original post by Tacita)
    Me too :p: I have a feeling it will be.
    How low precisely?
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    (Original post by ibysaiyan)
    yes no 'a' = no mrk.
    As a tends to have certain properties such as absorbing longer wavelength than B.
    obviously you cannot say for certain there may be 'accept chlorophyll' on the mark scheme
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    (Original post by Pur-Rulz)
    The question said state three factors, but there were something like ten-twelve lines to give an answer in!

    And am I the only one who put smoking as a factor?
    i put smokingg
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    (Original post by Remarqable M)
    LOOOOOOOOOl people are so funny that is why it's so important to know what each command word mean for example in the question it only said state 3 factors.. it is in no way asking for explanation even if you give an exxplantion examiner might look down upon you and think this guy hasn't grasped the basic meaning of comand words.
    yeah your probably right. It's just me...I feel a little insecure writing down just three words. I just sometimes babble on about why..I should avoid it though...it may cost me marks
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    (Original post by rowleyja)
    yeah it asked what was the cause of type 1
    and then 3 risk factors for type 2

    didnt itt?!!!!
    Yes, relax :p: this is right
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    :troll:

    Don't worry. The exam is over. Wait for March. :moon:
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    (Original post by conorf199)
    obviously you cannot say for certain there may be 'accept chlorophyll' on the mark scheme
    I don't know about that neither can i predict, but whats clearly put in the book is all what i know.
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    (Original post by Remarqable M)
    WHAT! i put down endothelium and the whole day i thought i was wrong
    isnt it epithelium..
    endothelium is the lining of the blood capillary.. im pretty sure epithelium is the lining of the PCT - but still not convinced that this is the tissue indicated in the diagram..
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    (Original post by conorf199)
    obviously you cannot say for certain there may be 'accept chlorophyll' on the mark scheme
    aww well you give me hope :p:
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    (Original post by InvoluntarySlacker)
    :troll:

    Don't worry. The exam is over. Wait for March. :moon:
    Hahah gotta love your smilies xD, yep dont forget we have 10 CHAPTERS IN MARCH unlike this one Six! <_<. So i was wondering once we get over this exam would some1 wanna join me in preparing next module from now on xD . Pm me if so.
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    (Original post by Summerdays)
    How low precisely?
    If I was psychic, I would've done alot better on this paper :p: but there's been such an uproar about the paper, and such varied answers, that surely there's going to be lower boundaries than usual... I haven't seen any evidence yet of anyone at all who's done fantastic. We've all got different things wrong. But I'd imagine those who did well are out feeling smug with themselves, and not on here, like us paranoids :p:
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    (Original post by Tacita)
    If I was psychic, I would've done alot better on this paper :p: but there's been such an uproar about the paper, and such varied answers, that surely there's going to be lower boundaries than usual... I haven't seen any evidence yet of anyone at all who's done fantastic. We've all got different things wrong. But I'd imagine those who did well are out feeling smug with themselves, and not on here, like us paranoids :p:
    Only reason i am around here is to tire myself ;p, grrr
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    (Original post by Archen)
    isnt it epithelium..
    endothelium is the lining of the blood capillary.. im pretty sure epithelium is the lining of the PCT - but still not convinced that this is the tissue indicated in the diagram..
    I agree with you, it's definitely epithelium. But I think that's too vague, I think it needs to be 'cuboidal' epithelium
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    (Original post by Tacita)
    If I was psychic, I would've done alot better on this paper :p: but there's been such an uproar about the paper, and such varied answers, that surely there's going to be lower boundaries than usual... I haven't seen any evidence yet of anyone at all who's done fantastic. We've all got different things wrong. But I'd imagine those who did well are out feeling smug with themselves, and not on here, like us paranoids :p:
    A good dose of TSR, could cure that anyday.....
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    (Original post by DR_X)
    A good dose of TSR, could cure that anyday.....
    Ah, you speak the truth :p:
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    (Original post by Tacita)
    I agree with you, it's definitely epithelium. But I think that's too vague, I think it needs to be 'cuboidal' epithelium

    aaaaand another mark lost.

    at least i only need to average a C this year to still get my A
 
 
 
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