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    (Original post by nox1)
    Everyone's saying about losing their balance on the beam, but I put about on a dismount how she has to land quickly or something. I was like 'why the hell does a gymnast need reaction time!?'
    I think I did pretty badly, probably got like 40 all I want is an A
    Do you remember any of the other answers you got I want to see what other people got?
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    I said when the gymnast propels herself off the beam, she needs a quick reaction time to adjust her body into the desired position quickly.
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    (Original post by wekka14102)
    can't have found it that easy, you got that one wrong
    peptide hormones, specifically human growth hormone
    It wasn't peptide hormone because they increase red blood cell count and he would take narcotics to mask the pain of the heavy weights.....sorry you got it wrong
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    (Original post by Shk)
    Hi, everyone i took my PE gcse today and i found it really hard! Did anyone else finder it harder or weirder than usual???
    It was alright, most of the things i replied came up. However the last 6 mark question was very very vague!
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    Has anyone made an unofficial mark scheme?
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    (Original post by butterfly99)
    Do you remember any of the other answers you got I want to see what other people got?
    Let me see:L


    Stimulants for the weight lifting one (wrong) (multiple choice)
    Manager for the first one (multiple choice)
    Stroke volume for the question that was like 'what else can increase CO'
    Exercise increases systolic blood pressure
    People & Image were two of the influences on someone taking part in sport

    if you can think of other questions I can probs tell you my answer
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    (Original post by Bubblebex1)
    If I got 45/50 for practical what would I need in the exam to get an A*?
    You can use the UMS converter on edexcel's website for any of their papers but for me, I got 46/50 and still need an A* on the paper (66+ I think)
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    (Original post by butterfly99)
    It wasn't peptide hormone because they increase red blood cell count and he would take narcotics to mask the pain of the heavy weights.....sorry you got it wrong
    It was definitely peptide hormones! As it was the HGH
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    (Original post by nox1)
    Let me see:L


    Stimulants for the weight lifting one (wrong) (multiple choice)
    Manager for the first one (multiple choice)
    Stroke volume for the question that was like 'what else can increase CO'
    Exercise increases systolic blood pressure
    People & Image were two of the influences on someone taking part in sport

    if you can think of other questions I can probs tell you my answer
    Joint injury? I put dislocation??
    I got image, people and resources for the influences..
    For the initiative one I got sport england?
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    (Original post by butterfly99)
    Joint injury? I put dislocation??
    I got image, people and resources for the influences..
    For the initiative one I got sport england?
    Joint injury I put tennis elbow? (no idea :L)
    Yeah I got resources for the last one
    I put PESSCL
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    (Original post by 0799NCB)
    It was definitely peptide hormones! As it was the HGH
    My teacher sat the exam at the same time and said it was Narcotics
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    (Original post by nox1)
    Joint injury I put tennis elbow? (no idea :L)
    Yeah I got resources for the last one
    I put PESSCL
    Oh right cool! Trying to remember the other answers I put!
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    (Original post by Shk)
    Hi, everyone i took my PE gcse today and i found it really hard! Did anyone else finder it harder or weirder than usual???
    Ye same... THE one about serotonin was weird!
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    (Original post by butterfly99)
    My teacher sat the exam at the same time and said it was Narcotics
    Your teachers is wrong then because Narcotics are used to mask pain from injury and in the revision guide it clearly states " Human Growth Hormone (HGH) can help increase muscle mass and therefore strength" Then it says who might use peptide hormones (HGH) - and it says weightlifting so it definitely wasn't Narcotics
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    (Original post by T4noMore)
    I said when the gymnast propels herself off the beam, she needs a quick reaction time to adjust her body into the desired position quickly.
    Same
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    Does alcohol lower or increase blood pressure?
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    (Original post by nox1)
    Joint injury I put tennis elbow? (no idea :L)
    Yeah I got resources for the last one
    I put PESSCL
    Torn cartilage
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    answers for activities for endo/meso/ecto morph?
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    I put 'Dislocation' as a joint injury.

    Is that right?
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    (Original post by MØRGS)
    answers for activities for endo/meso/ecto morph?
    Meso: 100m sprint
    Endo: Sumo wrestling
    Ecto: high jump
 
 
 

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