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    (Original post by Junior567)
    yh i put vasodilation and constriction you needed to explain how that occurs so all that impulse ect.
    venous return mechanism is how blood returns to the heart
    Yeah
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    (Original post by Bakawogo)
    Can someone tell me what BMI calculates
    bmi calculates body composition
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    (Original post by 11aliw)
    Yea I agree nothing like that before ever.
    The extrinsic feedback advantages and disadvantages came up in a previous past paper basically just needed to recite the mark scheme for that.......
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    (Original post by hazercarter339)
    bmi calculates body composition
    BMI calculates Body fat not body composition
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    (Original post by billybob77)
    The extrinsic feedback advantages and disadvantages came up in a previous past paper basically just needed to recite the mark scheme for that.......
    Really? I've never seen that question come up, which past paper? Only thing I've seen somewhat related was extrinsic motivation.
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    (Original post by SWFCSam)
    Yeah
    It's about the vascular shunt mechanism that changes the distribution of blood around the body.
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    apparently it's body fat but I thought it was body composition because that's what it was in the syllabus
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    (Original post by andymharrison_)
    apparently it's body fat but I thought it was body composition because that's what it was in the syllabus
    how do you know? did your tell teacher you. I put body fat in the exam but people on here said it was body composition.
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    (Original post by emanny)
    how do you know? did your tell teacher you. I put body fat in the exam but people on here said it was body composition.
    yeah my teacher told me after the exam, weird considering at AS it was a test for body composition.
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    (Original post by andymharrison_)
    yeah my teacher told me after the exam, weird considering at AS it was a test for body composition.
    i can see how people can get confused but i always thought bmi was a measure of fat and because it's how people are classed as obese etc. Did your teacher say anything about the section b question?
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    no unfortunately not. why what didn't you understand? i thought the last question was fairly straight forward.
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    (Original post by andymharrison_)
    no unfortunately not. why what didn't you understand? i thought the last question was fairly straight forward.
    there hadn't been anything on advantages and disadvantages of extrinsic feedback in past papers or the book so yeah wasn't straight forward for me lol.
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    just like better for cognitive leaners and stuff like that, but bad because halts development of kinaesthetic awareness
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    (Original post by andymharrison_)
    just like better for cognitive leaners and stuff like that, but bad because halts development of kinaesthetic awareness
    yeah i put those but that would be it really.
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    The question about the two types of feedback a performer can receive - i put down intrinsic and extrinsic feedback but was caught between that and knowledge of performance and knowledge of results. Can someone say which one they think is more likely to be correct
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    I dont remember this question lmao
 
 
 
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