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    (Original post by games211)
    Can one find them online (cheeky smile)
    Unfortunately not, sorry! It's the way my school does things.
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    does anyone have any predictions for the f214 + f215 exams?
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    Hi I wanted to know you know the ornithine cycle do you just learn the diagram? Or do you need to know full information on how the whole cycle works?


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    (Original post by cheeky 12)
    Hi I wanted to know you know the ornithine cycle do you just learn the diagram? Or do you need to know full information on how the whole cycle works?


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    The latter. I've seen a question where they disregarded any sketches of the diagram for marks. Same goes for the Calvin cycle.
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    Is it just me or is nothing really making any sense so far... We've almost covered everything and whenever I even attempt a past paper I don't really feel like I know how to answer..Any advice???
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    (Original post by Cosmocos)
    Is it just me or is nothing really making any sense so far... We've almost covered everything and whenever I even attempt a past paper I don't really feel like I know how to answer..Any advice???
    Practice is key tbh
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    But the Calvin cycle is to do with photosynthesis


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    (Original post by cheeky 12)
    But the Calvin cycle is to do with photosynthesis


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    Not the point - drawing the cycles and diagrams isn't what will get you the marks - knowing what happens step by step is what will. In the case of the ornithine cycle, I think you just need the overall equation (sorry, I was half awake when I wrote the last reply)
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    Oh it doesn't tell me the over all equation in my book does any one know that?
    It's okay don't worry


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    I have 280 ums at the moment including an estimate for A2 controlled assessment do you think I can scrape an A? I had 246 UMS in as but my controlled assessment for A2 dragged me down. Im really worried i was so confident of getting an A for Bio
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    (Original post by TopPhysio)
    I have 280 ums at the moment including an estimate for A2 controlled assessment do you think I can scrape an A? I had 246 UMS in as but my controlled assessment for A2 dragged me down. Im really worried i was so confident of getting an A for Bio
    What did you get in the practicals? You're on track, and you got an A at AS, what are you worrying about hahah
    As long as you get an A in the exams you're alright
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    (Original post by AnnekaChan173)
    What did you get in the practicals? You're on track, and you got an A at AS, what are you worrying about hahah
    As long as you get an A in the exams you're alright
    I got 29 out of 40 so I have to get 2 A's in the a2 exams and an extra 8 ums so 120 ums from my 2 A2 exams Im not sure I can pull that off but i guess I just have to give it my best shot.
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    Do we need to know how bacterial conjugation works please? (page 177 in the textbook!)...
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    Has anyone done all the biology practicals?


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    (Original post by cheeky 12)
    Has anyone done all the biology practicals?


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    Yep. Finished a while back. Praying the boundaries are lower.


    (Original post by TopPhysio)
    I got 29 out of 40 so I have to get 2 A's in the a2 exams and an extra 8 ums so 120 ums from my 2 A2 exams Im not sure I can pull that off but i guess I just have to give it my best shot.
    Alright, well I got 27/8 last year and at came out with an A so its not impossible (granted that was AS). 29 won't give you a huge amount of UMS, so work hard on revising all the content!
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    Anyone got the June 2015 F215 paper and mark scheme?
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    hi guys,

    has anyone done the woodlice isa practical and evaluative? i'm on my last chance on these isa's so any help would be highly appreciated.
    i've done the immobilised enzymes lipase practical and evaluative and the chromotogram practical as well if anyone needs help with that
    thanks in advance
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    (Original post by domcandrews)
    hi guys,

    has anyone done the woodlice isa practical and evaluative? i'm on my last chance on these isa's so any help would be highly appreciated.
    i've done the immobilised enzymes lipase practical and evaluative and the chromotogram practical as well if anyone needs help with that
    thanks in advance
    I have my evaluative woodlice one tomorrow also so any help would be greatly appreciated
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    (Original post by a123a)
    Anyone got the June 2015 F215 paper and mark scheme?
    Lol

    I want it as well :yes:

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    Hi guys i'm a bit confused and was wondering anyone could help
    To get an a* overall in the A2 units you need 270 UMS and on the OCR website it says students need to have 90% in all their A2 units
    but if someone got a high A in their A2 PSAs and then high A*s in their 2 exams so their UMS still added up to 270 would they be awarded an A* or an A?
 
 
 
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