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    (Original post by Adzkii786)
    I got 48/60, what does that equate to? o.O
    My Predictions:
    CAP (Full UMS) - 54/60
    A* - 49/60
    A - 43/60
    B - 37/60
    C - 30/60
    D - 18/60
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    (Original post by Redcoats)
    My result:

    Minimum: 52/60
    Maximum: 60/60
    Realistic: 54-55/60

    I'm really unhappy with that
    Very nice that AQA had it expressed marked for you. Well done on your amazing grade! /sarcasm
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    Nah don't think so because it said the brain controls all the organs in the head so don't think they'd allow eyes
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    What even was that malaria question...
    In all the past papers I did I had 20 mins at the end but this one i was working right up to the hour.
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    AQA are savages.

    Nothing about plant hormones, menstrual cycle or pathogens/vaccine and a balanced diet question for 6 marks...

    LMAO!
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    It was ok but I ran out of timeeee
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    (Original post by MCArth)
    It was 0.6% recurring.

    I remember the question.

    It was 3*10^8 people get malaria and 2*10^6 died from it.

    To work out a percentage you take the lower number and divide it by the higher number and then * by 100.

    There you get

    (2/3 * 10^6/10^8) * 100

    2/3 * 10^6/10^8 is 2/3 * 10^-2.

    This is 0.006 recurring.

    However then you times by 100 since it is a percentage.

    This leaves you with 0.6% recurring of people dying.
    What if I just wrote 0.6 and not 0.6 recurring
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    for the second question about drugs where it said why would it be hard for someone to stop smoking, you can say addiction right?
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    (Original post by 0lut0)
    Was the horse question about mutation or variation?

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    All the mark schemes from past papers i've seen have given a mark for either, since mutation causes variation
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    I won't lie, the first set of questions threw me off which made me lose out on time!
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    (Original post by Jobayori)
    My Predictions:
    CAP (Full UMS) - 54/60
    A* - 49/60
    A - 43/60
    B - 37/60
    C - 30/60
    D - 18/60
    i don't think it would be that high especially to get a B
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    (Original post by Perfection Ace)
    AQA are savages.

    Nothing about plant hormones, menstrual cycle or pathogens/vaccine and a balanced diet question for 6 marks...

    LMAO!
    Rah, I had revised for plants and menstrual cycle for so long, tfw it didn't even come up 😡


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    (Original post by Jobayori)
    My Predictions:
    CAP (Full UMS) - 54/60
    A* - 49/60
    A - 43/60
    B - 37/60
    C - 30/60
    D - 18/60
    are you mad
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    (Original post by habeeb_00)

    Skin is sense organ for spinal cord
    Do you think putting Eyes for the sense organ is still correct?


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    Anyone got an idea what the foundation grade boundaries will be
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    (Original post by Ads.m)
    for the second question about drugs where it said why would it be hard for someone to stop smoking, you can say addiction right?
    Yes


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    (Original post by Redcoats)
    The question about brain coordination and spinal coordination - WHAT WAS THE QUESTION ABOUT RELAY NEURONE. I think I misread it and have lost 2 marks!!!!!!
    The question was asking whether impulses travelling to the brain or impulses travelling to the cns was faster, and I think it asked why? I'm a bit hazy but the answer was that the impulses to the brain were faster due to them travelling 3cm/millisecond, whereas impulses to the cns travelled 1.6cm/millisecond. It travelled more in the same time.

    If it did ask why, the reasoning would be that due to a lack of a relay neurone, the impulse would not be converted chemically as it wouldn't have to diffuse over two synapses (which takes some time).
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    (Original post by Ads.m)
    for the second question about drugs where it said why would it be hard for someone to stop smoking, you can say addiction right?
    I said the nicotine in cigarettes act directly on the brain and thats what makes it addictive, so yeah
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    (Original post by Ads.m)
    for the second question about drugs where it said why would it be hard for someone to stop smoking, you can say addiction right?
    Probably I put that their body becomes dependant on it.
    The mark scheme might say ignore addiction though but idk

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    There were so many topics that weren't on the paper!, didn't see much real biology tbh
 
 
 
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