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    (Original post by Follett)
    Is there a way to tell the boundary for an A* and 100% on past papers as it doesn't list them on the grade boundaries?


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    Credit goes to some other guy who posted this before

    I just downloaded it and saved it fam
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    (Original post by Prince edmund)
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    Credit goes to some other guy who posted this before

    I just downloaded it and saved it fam
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    Oooh this is brilliant. By any chance do you know if said guy did one for F214?
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    can someone please tell me the differences between reproductive and non reproductive cloning.i know the methods its just the differences i need to know
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    (Original post by Alice00)
    I'm hoping chi squared and hardy Weinberg both come up haha


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    Do you accept the null hypothesis of your result is higher or lower than critical value?


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    (Original post by Jams97)
    Do you accept the null hypothesis of your result is higher or lower than critical value?


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    Higher.
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    Need an A* in Bio and I've only covered 3/7 topics in my textbook. Can't even revise through the week because of chemistry and psychology exams. This is gonna be bad :/
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    (Original post by Lighfy)
    Higher.
    Thanks


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    (Original post by Lighfy)
    Need an A* in Bio and I've only covered 3/7 topics in my textbook. Can't even revise through the week because of chemistry and psychology exams. This is gonna be bad :/
    I can totally relate. I'm in the exact same situation.
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    My predictions so far:

    Gene technologies, Ecology, Inheritance, Responding to the Environment
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    hey guys, the textbook sequence for transcription isn't that great, anyone got any better ones???
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    can someone please tell me if we need to know pyramids of biomass and pyramids of energy? im not good with the ecosystem module at all
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    (Original post by Jams97)
    Do you accept the null hypothesis of your result is higher or lower than critical value?


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    If you're calculated figure is lower than that of the critical value (p=0.05) than accept the null hypothesis- any difference between observed and expected values is not statistically significant and is due to chance
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    (Original post by MarcusGoddard)
    can someone please tell me if we need to know pyramids of biomass and pyramids of energy? im not good with the ecosystem module at all

    Be prepared for anything and everything (its OCR...)
    On a serious note, knowing the basic outline of these pyramids wouldn't do you any harm especially as questions have come up before regarding how to work out the energy of organisms at a trophic level (would be bomb calorimeter- pyramids of energy has a few lines on this)
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    (Original post by Jams97)
    Do you accept the null hypothesis of your result is higher or lower than critical value?


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    If your calculated value of chi-squared is lower than the required critical value at the p = 0.05 level, you accept the null hypothesis

    Any difference between observed and expected results would be due to chance

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    (Original post by Diamond Crafter)
    Oooh this is brilliant. By any chance do you know if said guy did one for F214?
    I dont know unfortunately :sigh:

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    (Original post by EvasiveRose)
    Be prepared for anything and everything (its OCR...)
    On a serious note, knowing the basic outline of these pyramids wouldn't do you any harm especially as questions have come up before regarding how to work out the energy of organisms at a trophic level (would be bomb calorimeter- pyramids of energy has a few lines on this)
    thanks, i really hate this stuff
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    can someone explain the similarities and differences between a neuromuscular junction and synapses?
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    (Original post by Diamond Crafter)
    I can totally relate. I'm in the exact same situation.
    How did F214 go for you?
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    (Original post by MarcusGoddard)
    can someone explain the similarities and differences between a neuromuscular junction and synapses?
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    (Original post by TheLegalDealer)
    I literally still dont know how to answer a Q on how to sequence a genome as everyones telling me diffrent things

    So can someone give me model answer without all that BACs malarkey people are on about

    Thanks In advance !!!
    BAC's is involved in sequencing the genome!
 
 
 
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