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    Triple science really shouldn't have to do Coursework -__-.

    But biology tomorrow seems alright. Just need to go over a couple more things and I should be fine.
    Goodluck everyone!
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    (Original post by ryanb97)
    Class A Rebel!
    :mmm:

    I cba doing anything...
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    (Original post by andersson)
    Yay I'm half way through B6.

    I think the 6 marker could be on the whole process of brewing beer, there's a lot of stuff to know for that... Has it come up before?
    Just about to start B6 now. Ooo, you could be right about the brewing bit. Hmm.
    Goodluck
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    Does anyone know how many 6 marks questions are in the paper?
    And what do you think the six mark questions will be on?
    I'm thinking: The cardiac cycle and brewing.
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    (Original post by ryanb97)
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    Are you taking bio next year?
    i think B6 is dull....but the stuff in B4 is easy to remember

    ryan
    (Original post by NatashaG)
    B4<B6 In my opinion :P


    And helll no! are you?
    i think Biology next year would be fun, apparently it's easy to get good grades in too
    GCSE's are annoying..the syllabus is so disjointed going here there and everywhere :/
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    (Original post by Jatz07)
    nah no way... I'm pretty sure boundaries will be much lower considering it's the first time we're doing the exam.
    Biology has always been the lowest grade boundaries since the course started. 60/85 would be like A*

    to get 124/160 you need a low A/High B, so approximately around 42 marks , but aim for as many marks as you can!

    Jatz

    Oh wow thank you, I really hope so! I can't really do the specimen paper because I've already done it ages ago and I don't remember what my mark was then either. I think I'll be alright but I don't know!!
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    (Original post by RaeRach)
    Does anyone know how many 6 marks questions are in the paper?
    And what do you think the six mark questions will be on?
    I'm thinking: The cardiac cycle and brewing.
    1 6-mark per section A,B and C
    1 5-mark on D..i believe?
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    (Original post by benwalters1996)
    i think Biology next year would be fun, apparently it's easy to get good grades in too
    GCSE's are annoying..the syllabus is so disjointed going here there and everywhere :/
    I've always felt wary about critisising GCSEs because maybe I'm just stupid, but I feel like with Biology especially even if you describe in detail what happens you don't get the mark unless you use the exact keywords the writer of the exam had in mind.
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    Oh My........ ?
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    (Original post by RaeRach)
    Just about to start B6 now. Ooo, you could be right about the brewing bit. Hmm.
    Goodluck
    B6 isn't that bad but it takes a lot of time to memorise.
    good luck to you too.
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    Good luck with the exam tomorrow guys! Hopefully all the work we have done will pay off :cool:
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    Almost done with B6, who wants to revise on skype in a bit?
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    (Original post by andersson)
    Almost done with B6, who wants to revise on skype in a bit?
    I'll come test you a bit
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    does anyone know where to find the specimen papers and the markscheme for it for b4 b5 b6?
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    (Original post by anamkhalid97)
    does anyone know where to find the specimen papers and the markscheme for it for b4 b5 b6?
    http://www.mathsmadeeasy.co.uk/scien...cr-year-11.htm
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    (Original post by Jatz07)
    Don't lose hope! Aim for A*. The exam is in the afternoon we still have time! :rolleyes:
    I hope you do well too. Good Luck

    Jatz
    Thank you I have another exam in the AM though which i'm choosing to prioritize lol
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    Out of interest, are you lot going to be revising in the morning for biology or not, because I've heard mixed opinions on which is better to do...?


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    (Original post by andersson)
    Almost done with B6, who wants to revise on skype in a bit?
    You on it?
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    I'll be revising in the morning. Being me, I'll probably forget half of the stuff I revised today when I wake up so yeah
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    (Original post by BP_Tranquility)
    Out of interest, are you lot going to be revising in the morning for biology or not, because I've heard mixed opinions on which is better to do...?


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    I never revise in the morning - don't like to have seen anything to do with the subject so that the exam is the first thing I do and it all comes back to me. Revision in the morning confuses me and gets me all panicky haha
 
 
 
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