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    Really want an A* in biology! I recommend reading the OCR 2015 examiners report for this exams which tells candidates what the 2015 candidates got wrong and what we need to include this year, e.g. making comparisons. It's on the OCR biology website under examiner reports another way I like to revise, bit late now but might be useful if you have time, is going through the specification that tells you everything you must know for the exam. Good luck everyone!!!


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    (Original post by NoodleGCSEFOOD)
    Whats the difference between the courses ?
    Yeah what is the difference between the both??
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    (Original post by samg2)
    lol I need predictions, I've revised B1 and that is it
    I haven't even done B1 properly lol.
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    Thank you so much good luck on the test!
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    Good luk
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    Good luck to everybody!! I hope it's not too hard..
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    I just did the exam and it was definitely easier than the last year's but I spent my time really unwisely I've never had problems with time management and I think I kinda ****ed up B3 but B1 and 2 were really nice
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    That was such a good exam I expect really high grade boundaries though...


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    WHAT DID PEOPLE GET FOR THE GRADIENT OF THE GRAPH AND THE EFFICIENCY FOR THE QWC?
    AND ANY OTHER ANSWERS YOU CAN REMEMBER

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    What do you think the grade boundaries will be this year?
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    I knew I had failed when the first question was about the eye...
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    0.00625 For growth per billion a year
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    was the 6 marker 2 percent for efficiency?
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    (Original post by Edmar Hadad)
    0.00625 For growth per billion a year
    OMG I GOT THAT

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    (Original post by Edmar Hadad)
    was the 6 marker 2 percent for efficiency?
    I got that but everyone is saying 5%

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    (Original post by mxskaan)
    I got that but everyone is saying 5%

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    I got 2% too. The majority of my friends did too. YAY!!
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    Was it just me that found B3 absolutely dreadful?
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    How did everyone find it?
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    (Original post by Tom1699)
    I got 2% too. The majority of my friends did too. YAY!!
    Uhh... I just did it as well, you all made the same mistake I made at first. Did you do 200,000 / 4000? (I think that was the numbers) Because it was 200/4000 . It asked for plants to sheep, not what the thing before plants was to plants ;(
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    I got 5%
 
 
 
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