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    This is what it says in the specification but it doesn't specify how much detail we need to know it to...
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    Exactly.
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    (Original post by andersson)
    Exactly.
    So...I guess you're both right lol


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    (Original post by BP_Tranquility)
    This is what it says in the specification but it doesn't specify how much detail we need to know it to...
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    yeah that's it, but the thing is often the exam get the knowledge you know out of you in ways you're not used to, it's all about applying what you've learnt to a particular question, so best bet is just to write everything you know about that area of the syllabus and refer to the question
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    (Original post by BP_Tranquility)
    Haha, we probably do...unless...the decider is- do you take WJEC geography GCSE?


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    No I don't geography has got to be the worst subject ever
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    (Original post by BrokenS0ulz)
    No I don't geography has got to be the worst subject ever
    Interesting- I enjoyed doing geography gcse (especially the physical aspects) but I won't be doing it at a level...


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    (Original post by NatashaG)
    yeah that's it, but the thing is often the exam get the knowledge you know out of you in ways you're not used to, it's all about applying what you've learnt to a particular question, so best bet is just to write everything you know about that area of the syllabus and refer to the question
    Yeah true, but I don't think they'd go that far away from the syllabus to do that. In the other exam we had to know about X and Y chromosomes but they asked about chromosomes in grasshoppers, for example.
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    No I don't geography has got to be the worst subject ever
    I agree so much. It's going to be the one grade that's really bad for me. :mad:
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    (Original post by andersson)
    Yeah true, but I don't think they'd go that far away from the syllabus to do that. In the other exam we had to know about X and Y chromosomes but they asked about chromosomes in grasshoppers, for example.
    Yeah tbh I got that question from Lonsdale practice workbook and it's mostly alright but sometimes their answers use terms found nowhere in the syllabus and I swear some of the answers are actually wrong for example they labelled the AVN as causing atria contract and SAN as causing ventricles to contract when it's the other way around!
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    (Original post by andersson)
    I agree so much. It's going to be the one grade that's really bad for me. :mad:
    I didn't actually take geography for gcse, but from my year 7-9 experiences I learnt that it's horrible
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    So today, I revised B4+B5 I'll do B6 tomorrow? And do the specimen paper maybe...

    Then concentrate on my S1 exam. Finish that, and revise before the biology exam seeing as I'll be stranded after my other exam
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    So today, I revised B4+B5 I'll do B6 tomorrow? And do the specimen paper maybe...

    Then concentrate on my S1 exam. Finish that, and revise before the biology exam seeing as I'll be stranded after my other exam
    What's an S1?
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    (Original post by BrokenS0ulz)
    What's an S1?
    Statistics 1 A Level Mathematics Module
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Statistics 1 A Level Mathematics Module
    I'm intrigued and impressed that you and Ryan were both given the choice to do a level maths early :cool:


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    I'm intrigued and impressed that you and Ryan were both given the choice to do a level maths early :cool:


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    I can't remember how many modules Ryan has done? C1/2 and M1... Anything else?

    Biology is starting to sink in fine...
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    I'm really annoyed about geography since AQA decided to make some questions hidden so I didn't see them.. That's 4 easy marks down the drain *sigh* and I thought geography was one of the subjects I would get A* in ... Don't know now


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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    I can't remember how many modules Ryan has done? C1/2 and M1... Anything else?

    Biology is starting to sink in fine...
    Not sure, but he'll probably see this and reply

    Yeah, I've been revising b4 today, as I revised b5/b6 for the past 2 days...will be going over certain topics tomorrow along with the specimen paper...good luck in your exams!


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    Not sure, but he'll probably see this and reply

    Yeah, I've been revising b4 today, as I revised b5/b6 for the past 2 days...will be going over certain topics tomorrow along with the specimen paper...good luck in your exams!


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    Thanks! I hate menstrual cycle
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Thanks! I hate menstrual cycle
    Not as much as girls (Y)
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    Not as much as girls (Y)
    :lol: I can see why after learning about that stuff
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    Question and answer again people?

    Explain why an amoeba has a contractile vacuole.
 
 
 
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