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    Panic is now settled in. FU*k
    Don't worry! This one is more of a practical exam so just remember the methods for the practicals we did and you should be able to get a bulk of the marks then! I have a list of the topics that weren't in the first exam so you might find it easier to have an actual list of things to revise?
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    Don't worry! This one is more of a practical exam so just remember the methods for the practicals we did and you should be able to get a bulk of the marks then! I have a list of the topics that weren't in the first exam so you might find it easier to have an actual list of things to revise?
    Would I be able to get a copy of the list please?

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    I did the same ****, but I focused hard on like unit 1 and less on unit 2 if you get what I mean (so that I can just retake the units I did bad at). Got BBC. Probably gonna get ABB this year. So it's all good lol

    - But obviously I'm not doing hard subjects, only Maths Eco and Psychology so it was easier
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    I have compiled a list of topics that were not featured on paper 1 (26th may) and so may come up in paper 2:
    - carbohydrates
    - more on dna and rna / protein synthesis
    - eukaryotic vs prokaryotic cells (comparison of organelles)
    - size and surface area
    - gas exchange (lungs, fish, insects)
    - digestion and absorption (there was 1 question in paper 1 but mostly regarded lipids/triglycerides/hydrolysation)
    - haemaglobin
    - circulatory system / the heart
    - plants: Xylem / pholem
    - biodiversity / standard deviation
    - taxonomy / natural selection / variation (alleles)
    - meiosis
    - mutations

    as far as biochemistry tests go, lipids/emulsion test will not come up and it is doubtful that the benedicts/sugar test will come up.

    Revise: Biruret/proteins and iodine/starch tests.

    here is a list of what is less likely to come up as was featured on paper 1:
    - lipids and proteins
    - enzyme action including factors affecting (inhibitors)
    - dna/rna
    - atp
    - inorganic ions
    - mitosis
    - cell membrane
    - diffusion / osmosis / active transport
    - the immune system and immunity/vaccines
    - antibodies in medicine (elisa)
    - hiv/viruses
    - there was 1 questions regarding mutations, but suggest revising it anyway.
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    (Original post by Jowen12)
    I have compiled a list of topics that were not featured on paper 1 (26th may) and so may come up in paper 2:
    - carbohydrates
    - more on dna and rna / protein synthesis
    - eukaryotic vs prokaryotic cells (comparison of organelles)
    - size and surface area
    - gas exchange (lungs, fish, insects)
    - digestion and absorption (there was 1 question in paper 1 but mostly regarded lipids/triglycerides/hydrolysation)
    - haemaglobin
    - circulatory system / the heart
    - plants: Xylem / pholem
    - biodiversity / standard deviation
    - taxonomy / natural selection / variation (alleles)
    - meiosis
    - mutations

    as far as biochemistry tests go, lipids/emulsion test will not come up and it is doubtful that the benedicts/sugar test will come up.

    Revise: Biruret/proteins and iodine/starch tests.

    here is a list of what is less likely to come up as was featured on paper 1:
    - lipids and proteins
    - enzyme action including factors affecting (inhibitors)
    - dna/rna
    - atp
    - inorganic ions
    - mitosis
    - cell membrane
    - diffusion / osmosis / active transport
    - the immune system and immunity/vaccines
    - antibodies in medicine (elisa)
    - hiv/viruses
    - there was 1 questions regarding mutations, but suggest revising it anyway.
    What exam board is this for?

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    (Original post by Jowen12)
    I have compiled a list of topics that were not featured on paper 1 (26th may) and so may come up in paper 2:
    - carbohydrates
    - more on dna and rna / protein synthesis
    - eukaryotic vs prokaryotic cells (comparison of organelles)
    - size and surface area
    - gas exchange (lungs, fish, insects)
    - digestion and absorption (there was 1 question in paper 1 but mostly regarded lipids/triglycerides/hydrolysation)
    - haemaglobin
    - circulatory system / the heart
    - plants: Xylem / pholem
    - biodiversity / standard deviation
    - taxonomy / natural selection / variation (alleles)
    - meiosis
    - mutations

    as far as biochemistry tests go, lipids/emulsion test will not come up and it is doubtful that the benedicts/sugar test will come up.

    Revise: Biruret/proteins and iodine/starch tests.

    here is a list of what is less likely to come up as was featured on paper 1:
    - lipids and proteins
    - enzyme action including factors affecting (inhibitors)
    - dna/rna
    - atp
    - inorganic ions
    - mitosis
    - cell membrane
    - diffusion / osmosis / active transport
    - the immune system and immunity/vaccines
    - antibodies in medicine (elisa)
    - hiv/viruses
    - there was 1 questions regarding mutations, but suggest revising it anyway.
    This is for Biology A OCR right ??

    Omgg you are a life saver
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    (Original post by roheenah)
    This is for Biology A OCR right ??

    Omgg you are a life saver
    AQA

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    I had only slept less than 5 hours during the past two days and i am knackered. I had Biology exam which went good but M1 exam which was horrible. I missed many questions and i didn't even know what was going on. M1 and FP1 are definitely my low points. urghhh
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    So i did an all nighter yesterday and it was good. Ocr chem on the other hand was horrible. I hated it.

    I got S1 and D1 next week. Going to start my revision today and not wait a day to revise like with all the other exam i did.

    So far what i think i would get for the subjects are:
    C1-B
    C2-B
    FP1-D
    M1-U
    Biology-D
    Chemistry-D

    I needed at least B grades to enter for Medicine next year but it looks like i need to retake everything next year and take a gap year. Which elfin' sucks but it's all my fault.

    I will submit my overall grades prediction after my S1and D1 for maths and further maths.
 
 
 

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