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    May of scraped an A with 64!
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    (Original post by NilaJ)
    UNOFFICIAL MARK SCHEME COMPLETE GOOGLE DOC, message me for any changes nobody can have permissions to edit sorry <3

    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1...it?usp=sharing
    Also these are just the answers that we came up with...... our answers aren't the official markscheme! There are bound to be so many different answers and ours might not even be correct! the F215 markschemes are so picky
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    If anyone does a mark scheme could you please let me know? i dont know if I did very well or very bad... That paper got me really confused... I dont even know why I revised it was just common sense... Nothing from the spec.
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    (Original post by NilaJ)
    UNOFFICIAL MARK SCHEME COMPLETE GOOGLE DOC, message me for any changes nobody can have permissions to edit sorry <3

    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1...it?usp=sharing
    THANK YOU!


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    That question with the examples of innate and learned behaviour

    Stupid me somehow misread it and named each example as 'innate' or 'learned', unaware you were supposed to specifically identify the behaviour.
    5 easy marks out the bag right there

    Also, what did everyone get for that question about how blah blah gets transported around the plant?
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    Read that mark scheme with s pinch of salt - remember that OCR markschemes are very picky and are totally different to the student markscheme

    Only use that markscheme as a very vague reference point
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    Predicted A boundary??


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    (Original post by Unknown505)
    For the acetylcholine wouldn't it be sacrolemma as that is the post synaptic membrane??
    That's what I wrote
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    (Original post by Captain Anonymous)
    Predicted A boundary??


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    I already told you bro

    67 :yes:

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    I'm anticipating it same as last year from everyone's reactions I've seen so far


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    (Original post by bengali mandem)
    I already told you bro

    67 :yes:

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    Far too high, too high!!


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    (Original post by Brownclown)
    Read that mark scheme with s pinch of salt - remember that OCR markschemes are very picky and are totally different to the student markscheme

    Only use that markscheme as a very vague reference point
    Yes I have stated this at the bottom of our mark scheme, we are not OCR, but its to help people.
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    (Original post by Captain Anonymous)
    Far too high, too high!!


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    Ok 65 then, but that's as low as it will go i think

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    (Original post by NilaJ)
    UNOFFICIAL MARK SCHEME COMPLETE GOOGLE DOC, message me for any changes nobody can have permissions to edit sorry <3

    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1...it?usp=sharing
    With where acetylcholine receptors are found - surely this is the neuromuscular junction? Post synaptic membranes can have different neurotransmitter receptors after all, so it's not always receptors for acetylcholine
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    (Original post by ChoccyPhilly)
    With where acetylcholine receptors are found - surely this is the neuromuscular junction? Post synaptic membranes can have different neurotransmitter receptors after all, so it's not always receptors for acetylcholine
    it asked specifically where they are, and that is the post synaptic membrane
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    Can anyone confirm for salvia sample 1 marker for genetic information one (I think) did people put dna?? Or molecules in the mouth I put them 2 was not sure
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    (Original post by ChoccyPhilly)
    With where acetylcholine receptors are found - surely this is the neuromuscular junction? Post synaptic membranes can have different neurotransmitter receptors after all, so it's not always receptors for acetylcholine
    Technically true, but they wanted to know where on which membrane, and that will probably be the answer, I'm sure there will be one accepting a muscular answer too
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    (Original post by jessicadanby1996)
    it asked specifically where they are, and that is the post synaptic membrane
    But they are also specifically in the neuromuscular junction, are they not? Like I said, post synaptic membranes can have different receptors, so this isnt the case surely?
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    (Original post by ChoccyPhilly)
    But they are also specifically in the neuromuscular junction, are they not? Like I said, post synaptic membranes can have different receptors, so this isnt the case surely?
    well they're found on post synaptic membrane of the neuromuscular junctions. check the text book or google it i guess
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    (Original post by ChoccyPhilly)
    But they are also specifically in the neuromuscular junction, are they not? Like I said, post synaptic membranes can have different receptors, so this isnt the case surely?
    Yes but when they are there they are found on the postsynaptic membrane
 
 
 
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