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    (Original post by ChloBrown98)
    Was the option D on the precipitate question the last option? Because I can remember putting the last option.
    there were 4 and yes D was the last one. i think you were supposed to say which ions were present though? which..well...i couldn't remember :rolleyes:

    you should have certainly gained some marks on that C6 6 marker.
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    (Original post by benwalters1996)
    That compare Hydration and Fermentation one was SOO easy! I thought 'oh god' because i was expecting to have to remember each advantage/disadvantage for Hydration and Fermentation off the top of my head xD

    Anyone-Any ideas if physics will be easier or harder than these?


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    I know right. I believe it will be easier if you revise :P
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    (Original post by benwalters1996)
    You might get a mark or two and other parts of the paper were easier
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    Thanks and I hope so
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    (Original post by benwalters1996)
    there were 4 and yes D was the last one. i think you were supposed to say which ions were present though? which..well...i couldn't remember :rolleyes:

    you should have certainly gained some marks on that C6 6 marker.
    Okay and yay i've got at least 1 mark and I don't think I put about the ions present, I think I said something like the precipitate changes colours in different elements. Haha
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    (Original post by ThenAaliyahSaid)
    I know right. I believe it will be easier if you revise :P
    thanks for pointing out the obvious there :rolleyes:
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    SO relieved, I can't even tell you. I'm truly, truly awful at sciencey/mathsy things and I think the test was kind. Yeeeeaaah!

    (Anybody confident with the answer to the precipitates question?)
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    What I put for the precipitates question:

    "D is the one with a mixture of two compounds. This is because in the test with barium chloride, a white precipitate was formed. This is a positive result for sulphate ions. In the test with silver nitrate, a white precipitate also formed - indicating the presence of halide/chloride ions. The final test with sodium hydroxide formed a light green precipitate, indicating that the mixture contains Iron (II) compounds. Therefore, solute D must be the one with a mixture of two compounds, as sulphate ions cannot bond with chloride ions to make a compound, so there must be two compounds; Iron (II) sulphate and Iron (II) chloride."

    I think that's right, and the explanation should be decent enough
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    Can't say I'm as confident as any of you lot. Found the additional and biology to be ridiculously simple, but I don't even think I got a C here.
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    (Original post by oneafter909)
    Can't say I'm as confident as any of you lot. Found the additional and biology to be ridiculously simple, but I don't even think I got a C here.
    I didn't do as well as a lot of the people posting seem to have done either. It was easier than I expected it to be, but that doesn't mean I found it easy haha. :s I just struggle with c4/5/6

    Hopefully I'll feel a lot more confident for physics!
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    I didn't do as well as a lot of the people posting seem to have done either. It was easier than I expected it to be, but that doesn't mean I found it easy haha. :s I just struggle with c4/5/6

    Hopefully I'll feel a lot more confident for physics!
    Some people might be lying pretending they did better than they actually did? You never know


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    (Original post by benwalters1996)
    Some people might be lying pretending they did better than they actually did? You never know


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    How do you think you did (be honest )?


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    (Original post by benwalters1996)
    Some people might be lying pretending they did better than they actually did? You never know


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    Yeah I guess they could be! When I first came out of the exam I was thinking I'd gotten maybe a B, but since I got home I've realised I guessed a lot of the answers so now maybe a low C haha - but then again, I found the 6 markers okay, especially the last one. Hm mixed feelings, I'll just have to wait until results day!
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    this may sound really silly aha, but what did you all put for that metallic bond question?
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    (Original post by Zippyzazu)
    this may sound really silly aha, but what did you all put for that metallic bond question?
    I put there's closely packed positive ions surrounded by a sea of delocalised electrons, with strong attraction between the ions. And then drew a picture showing this

    By the way, there's a Chinese proverb that says 'he who asks is a fool for 5 minutes, he who does not ask remains a fool forever' so there aren't any silly questions


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    (Original post by BP_Tranquility)
    I put there's closely packed positive ions surrounded by a sea of delocalised electrons, with strong attraction between the ions. And then drew a picture showing this

    By the way, there's a Chinese proverb that says 'he who asks is a fool for 5 minutes, he who does not ask remains a fool forever' so there aren't any silly questions


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    I said exactly what you said including about high b and m point to break up these closed pack ions and decloiased electrons but I didn't draw a diagram would I still get the 2 marks?
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    (Original post by BP_Tranquility)
    I put there's closely packed positive ions surrounded by a sea of delocalised electrons, with strong attraction between the ions. And then drew a picture showing this

    By the way, there's a Chinese proverb that says 'he who asks is a fool for 5 minutes, he who does not ask remains a fool forever' so there aren't any silly questions


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    haha thanks for the proverb!! ohh right, I wrote about the delocalised electrons but that's about it, d'ya remember how many marks it was please lol? think I got 1 at best thanks!
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    (Original post by BP_Tranquility)
    How do you think you did (be honest )?


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    quite well that zinc and copper question was too easy to be true...WTF?! why would they even put that in there?

    apart from that-quite well hopefully enough for full UMS if i'm very lucky
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    (Original post by Zippyzazu)
    this may sound really silly aha, but what did you all put for that metallic bond question?
    OH LORD I did it so wrong. Just drew some circles in a square and wrote about a giant lattice. Misread the question, dammit.
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    Would you get marks for metallic bonding question if you put a detailed response but didnt do diagram as it was 2 marks?
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    (Original post by Zippyzazu)
    haha thanks for the proverb!! ohh right, I wrote about the delocalised electrons but that's about it, d'ya remember how many marks it was please lol? think I got 1 at best thanks!
    The question was 2 marks I think (might have been 3 though).
 
 
 
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