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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Haha, plabtes

    B5 is so big
    i know... i think i have forgot the details tbh
    but i think it will be easy to recap...
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    (Original post by ryanb97)
    i know... i think i have forgot the details tbh
    but i think it will be easy to recap...
    Hopefully... :lol: I have S1.
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Hopefully... :lol: I have S1.
    when?

    what have you got left
    me = psychology..3 sciences.. thats it really

    isnt C4 really late?

    ryan
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    (Original post by ryanb97)
    when?

    what have you got left
    me = psychology..3 sciences.. thats it really

    isnt C4 really late?

    ryan
    On 10th June...

    I have the sciences, C4 (13th morning), geography (12th), and stats (24th)
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    guys in my coursework i got:
    biology-44(A*) - A in exam(123ums)
    chemistry-40(a) - A in exam(116 ums)
    physics-44(A*) - A* in exam (can't remember ums)

    what sort of marks do i need in the paper to get an A* for each overall?
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    (Original post by benwalters1996)
    guys in my coursework i got:
    biology-44(A*) - A in exam(123ums)
    chemistry-40(a) - A in exam(116 ums)
    physics-44(A*) - A* in exam (can't remember ums)

    what sort of marks do i need in the paper to get an A* for each overall?
    how do you know it is that ums..and isnt it out of 100 ?
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    (Original post by ryanb97)
    how do you know it is that ums..and isnt it out of 100 ?
    jan 13 separate science exams. it's out of 140.
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    (Original post by benwalters1996)
    jan 13 separate science exams. it's out of 140.
    oh ok..sorry i read it wrong
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    I meant like:

    Xylem provides support in stem and that but okay

    Oh gosh... Can't remember exact details and I don't want to cheat...

    Pass. How is yoghurt made?
    You can um it up saying Phloem is involved in translocation while Xylem is involved in Tranpiration
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    (Original post by LettuceSleep)
    I feel so unprepared reading through the posts.

    Does anyone else have history on the same day too?
    Yes me
    I no its HORRIBLE...BIO nd History on same day is a nightmare...I am not prepared much either but these posts r v.helpful because it is a good way of revising and it helps a lot..thx to whoever came up with the idea...wuld u guys do the same for chemistry later too?
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    (Original post by 123..help me)
    Yes me
    I no its HORRIBLE...BIO nd History on same day is a nightmare...I am not prepared much either but these posts r v.helpful because it is a good way of revising and it helps a lot..thx to whoever came up with the idea...wuld u guys do the same for chemistry later too?
    No problem! There already are chem and physics threads

    I have S1 on the same day
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    On B5C according to the spec we have to be able to 'Describe the processes of: blood donation and blood transfusion' does anybody have any idea what the processes are?
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    (Original post by RMartyn)
    On B5C according to the spec we have to be able to 'Describe the processes of: blood donation and blood transfusion' does anybody have any idea what the processes are?
    Probably just which blood types can donate to who? I haven't learnt how
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Probably just which blood types can donate to who? I haven't learnt how
    Ahh, quite possibly! Thanks. How have you been revising for biology?
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    (Original post by RMartyn)
    Ahh, quite possibly! Thanks. How have you been revising for biology?
    I haven't I'm self taught, so I had to learn the actual **** a few days ago...

    But yesterday I was asking and answering questions on this thread
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    I haven't I'm self taught, so I had to learn the actual **** a few days ago...

    But yesterday I was asking and answering questions on this thread
    What do you mean by 'self taught'? You'll probably be thinking that I'm so incompetent numpty when you see I've asked this, haha! It's genuine though :P
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    (Original post by RMartyn)
    What do you mean by 'self taught'? You'll probably be thinking that I'm so incompetent numpty when you see I've asked this, haha! It's genuine though :P
    No teachers, have to teach myself my school doesn't offer triple :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    No teachers, have to teach myself my school doesn't offer triple :rolleyes:
    Oh my goodness! Your commitment is admirable
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Carbon neutral, as the co2 emissions are accounted for by the plant's photosynthesis... More environmentally friendly, although it's less energy than fossil fuels?

    What haven't we done now? We've done quite a bit
    yeah we have haha erm how about

    what happens when a scab forms?
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    (Original post by RMartyn)
    Oh my goodness! Your commitment is admirable
    Thanks
    (Original post by NatashaG)
    yeah we have haha erm how about

    what happens when a scab forms?
    Platelets form a clot?

    What is hemophilia and what are the risks?
 
 
 
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