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    (Original post by lilyflowerxoxo)
    Me too, would we get 1 mark as we just divided it the wrong way round?
    You didn't divide it the wrong way round you were right
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    For the question about the temperature sensor compared to the thermometer i said that the temperature sensor automatically recorded temperatures at specific/certain times, would i get the marks??
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    I got 60% haha I did awful. I also put mayfly larvae as they're sensitive to dissolved oxygen and then the last question i put dissolved oxygen metres.
    The horse one was ridiculous!! And the mosquitoes I had no clue.
    Hoping for an A so I'm praying the grade boundaries are low as everyone found it hard.
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    Second last question:
    Lichens - Used to detect changes in air pollution / sulfur dioxide levels
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    Could you say that the temperature sensor gave more rapid results?
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    (Original post by bencarver1999)
    For the question about the temperature sensor compared to the thermometer i said that the temperature sensor automatically recorded temperatures at specific/certain times, would i get the marks??
    I think so, I put about a better resolution so it's more reliable but I'm not sure?
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    I think I got 48 as a minimum provided all the answers given are correct and the examiner is a super harsh maker
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    (Original post by bencarver1999)
    For the question about the temperature sensor compared to the thermometer i said that the temperature sensor automatically recorded temperatures at specific/certain times, would i get the marks??
    same here i put automatically due to data logger
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    (Original post by habeeb_00)
    I got 0.666 whoops for the malaria one

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    i got the same answer
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    Do you think the grade boundaries will be low?

    and I said invertebrates to detect water pollution? lol
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    I said that the independent company meant it wasn't affiliated with other scientists or companies, do you think that could get the marks?
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    Am I the only one that thought it was okay?!
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    (Original post by SugarBubbles2000)
    Second last question:
    Lichens - Used to detect changes in air pollution / sulfur dioxide levels
    I put that as well, but apparently the question specified about a living indicator that was an animal - meaning bloodworms or another living animal indicator...
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    Can you say no correlation between axes for the scatter graph question?
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    (Original post by charliej2802)
    Anyone else get 0.67%???
    Yep
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    (Original post by Ahmed74)
    I swear that's right?
    I'm sure it is right. You should have done the amount killed over infected (or something like that) as a fraction times by 100 for percentage. The answer is 0.6 recurring
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    (Original post by SugarBubbles2000)
    Second last question:
    Lichens - Used to detect changes in air pollution / sulfur dioxide levels
    heyy, are you sure its Lichens? Apparently they asked for an animal..im not sure
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    Did anyone do well in the exam (according to the unofficial mark scheme)? I got 46 - and that's marking myself strictly... So A* I guess!
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    (Original post by Paris-et-a-mol)
    I wrote for the last question mayfly larve and water pollution, what would be another way to find out the water pollution??
    I wrote fish???
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    (Original post by charliej2802)
    Yeah should be fine!
    What about smell ?
 
 
 
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