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    (Original post by keromedic)
    I think my class is quite far through equillibria, but I missed yesterday's lesson
    Ah I see, It's not too bad but I prefer organic
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    (Original post by g.k.galloway)
    Yep We've done rates and are about halfway through equilbiria We're doing carbonyl compounds with our other teacher
    You might be doing the practical, I did.
    I had to fake my results as they weren't consistent
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    (Original post by g.k.galloway)
    Ah I see, It's not too bad but I prefer organic
    Ah. I got a C in that module, last year. Reason why I'm not applying for medicine, this year, sigh.
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    (Original post by keromedic)
    I think my class is quite far through equillibria, but I missed yesterday's lesson

    No thanks
    wasn't quoting you
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    (Original post by keromedic)
    You might be doing the practical, I did.
    I had to fake my results as they weren't consistent
    Probably haha
    I hate ISAs though, they are the worse way of representedly testing students ever!
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    (Original post by Robbie242)
    wasn't quoting you
    Oh, you weren't?
    I see
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    (Original post by Pandora.)
    D1 is great fun.
    We all know you like the D, Pandora. :teehee:
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    (Original post by g.k.galloway)
    Probably haha
    I hate ISAs though, they are the worse way of representedly testing students ever!
    Hmm. Last year, I got 52/60 for my bio Empa and 53/60 for my chemistry ISAs (make of that which you will).
    I don't know which I prefer tbh. I like the idea of ISAs as you get more practical practice as teacher's want to insure the student's skills are up to scratch.
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    (Original post by Felix Felicis)
    We all know you like the D, Pandora. :teehee:
    I've noticed a correlation as well, the only person in my class who likes D1 is the only girl in my class, therefore all straight girls like the D.

    Proof by exhaustion (and statistical bias)
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    (Original post by Felix Felicis)
    We all know you like the D, Pandora. :teehee:
    I had a feeling you were going to appear. Do you mind if I quote you in another thread. Someone thinks my method for their (C1?) question is too hard. I'd like to borrow your expertise .
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    (Original post by keromedic)
    Hmm. Last year, I got 52/60 for my bio Empa and 53/60 for my chemistry ISAs (make of that which you will).
    I don't know which I prefer tbh. I like the idea of ISAs as you get more practical practice as teacher's want to insure the student's skills are up to scratch.
    It's the problem that at some schools teachers will give more help than at others :/
    I really don't like them
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    (Original post by g.k.galloway)
    It's the problem that at some schools teachers will give more help than at others :/
    I really don't like them
    Ah right. I'm shocked by some of the stories I hear from other students. Teachers actually helping them during the practicals!
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    (Original post by keromedic)
    Ah right. I'm shocked by some of the stories I hear from other students. Teachers actually helping them during the practicals!
    I've heard some shocking stories too :/ I just don't like the fact that something that can be as varied can have such an impact on final grade, it can easily drop you down a grade if you just drop a few marks.
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    (Original post by g.k.galloway)
    I've heard some shocking stories too :/ I just don't like the fact that something that can be as varied can have such an impact on final grade, it can easily drop you down a grade if you just drop a few marks.
    Indeed. What would be your ideal method of coursework assessment?
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    (Original post by Pandora.)
    D1 is great fun.
    Stop trying to wind me up, or I'll hit you with warning points for trolling
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    What subjects does everyone do?

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    Hello

    Biology, english literature and history (bit of an unusual mix apparently ) how about you?

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    (Original post by keromedic)
    I had a feeling you were going to appear. Do you mind if I quote you in another thread. Someone thinks my method for their (C1?) question is too hard. I'd like to borrow your expertise .
    Sure, go for it.
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    What subjects does everyone do?

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    Further Maths, Chemistry, Biology and Music. For the others check Usy's OP.
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    Stop trying to wind me up, or I'll hit you with warning points for trolling
    She might genuinely like the D modules . I don't find them as repugnant as you guys seem to!
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    Hello

    Biology, english literature and history (bit of an unusual mix apparently ) how about you?

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    Nice subjects I wish I did english lit
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    Sure, go for it.
    Thanks Felix
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    (Original post by keromedic)
    She might genuinely like the D modules . I don't find them as repugnant as you guys seem to!
    Nah, she was being sarcastic (or trying to wind me up ) I think, I remember she didn't like them last year. :no:

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    What subjects does everyone do?

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    Further Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Biology. You?
 
 
 
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