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    (Original post by BP_Tranquility)
    So high oestrogen inhibits FSH whilst high progesterone inhibits LH?


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    spot on
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    Section D is a new 10 mark section which is for data analysis and stuff like that - don't worry it's rather straightforward.
    I don't need to revise it then? It's just simple maths?
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    spot on
    Ah, I see, thanks
    One final confirmation- is the process I've drawn for the menstrual cycle in the picture correct?

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    Oh my god, that specimen paper is horrible. OCR are smart, evil *******s. I hope the real exam doesn't have as many questions where you don't really know what they want you to talk about.

    Anyway I'm going to school, good luck guys.
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    (Original post by andersson)
    Oh my god, that specimen paper is horrible. OCR are smart, evil *******s. I hope the real exam doesn't have as many questions where you don't really know what they want you to talk about.

    Anyway I'm going to school, good luck guys.
    Good luck to you too!


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    (Original post by andersson)
    Oh my god, that specimen paper is horrible. OCR are smart, evil *******s. I hope the real exam doesn't have as many questions where you don't really know what they want you to talk about.

    Anyway I'm going to school, good luck guys.
    Why so early?
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    (Original post by IHTWFR)
    Why so early?
    Have a revision lesson beforehand
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    (Original post by cameron262)
    I don't need to revise it then? It's just simple maths?
    No it's not simple maths, it's basic common sense but do remember that the majority of the human population lack common sense which is why I also found it hard - the questions are very vague but the answers are implicitly placed in the context of the question.
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    Jesus, I just had a big poo...

    how did the kidneys in dazzer19's body work to produce this? lol
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    (Original post by andersson)
    Have a revision lesson beforehand
    At least your teachers do that, our teachers think we should have pity on them as we were given study leave on the 17th May and we are still on study leave and don't have to come back into school.
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    Jesus, I just had a big poo...

    how did the kidneys in dazzer19's body work to produce this? lol

    Wow you're disgusting, learn some manners.
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    (Original post by IHTWFR)
    No it's not simple maths, it's basic common sense but do remember that the majority of the human population lack common sense which is why I also found it hard - the questions are very vague but the answers are implicitly placed in the context of the question.
    This is off topic but a friend once told me that intelligence in inversely proportional to common sense (intelligence increases, common sense decreases)...I think that applies to me as well lol


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    (Original post by BP_Tranquility)
    This is off topic but a friend once told me that intelligence in inversely proportional to common sense (intelligence increases, common sense decreases)...I think that applies to me as well lol


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    Honestly, I think that's true to be honest as even Einstein had his off days. Even though this moves towards the clumsy side but didn't he trip over LSD?
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    (Original post by dazzer19)
    Jesus, I just had a big poo...

    how did the kidneys in dazzer19's body work to produce this? lol
    They don't - the liver is the one that produced that "big poo" of yours. The kidney just removes urea, salts, and water
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    Well i'm off to school now to do some intense revision. Good luck to everyone
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    (Original post by sunshinebeem)
    Well i'm off to school now to do some intense revision. Good luck to everyone
    Good luck!


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    (Original post by BP_Tranquility)
    This is off topic but a friend once told me that intelligence in inversely proportional to common sense (intelligence increases, common sense decreases)...I think that applies to me as well lol


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    Hahaha maybe that's the excuse I can use!

    I got a* easily in maths but only an A in my ICT even though I've been obsessed with computers since I was like 2 years old because I was just going completely off topic and my teacher said I was giving them too much information and missing the point of the question even though I clearly understood what was going on.

    Although ICT is pretty pointless, it's only really good if you want to do something which happens to use computers, not for programming which is probably what I'm likely to fall into.
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    (Original post by IHTWFR)
    Honestly, I think that's true to be honest as even Einstein had his off days. Even though this moves towards the clumsy side but didn't he trip over LSD?
    No idea, although I wouldn't be too surprised


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    wow.... nearly time...

    any last thoughts??
 
 
 
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