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    (Original post by cameron262)
    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.
    Well for science, I'm always told that I over think things too much, but I think that's their answer to GCSE simplification lol

    I used to love computers as well when I was younger but I've found ICT to be incredibly boring since there's no programming, no need to know the mechanics inside a hard drive etc. But I'd like to become a physicist so I'm not too concerned...

    Anyway, I better get back to revision


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    (Original post by ryanb97)
    wow.... nearly time...

    any last thoughts??
    Yes, I have one question on the menstrual cycle... Is this diagram correct?
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    Yes, I have one question on the menstrual cycle... Is this diagram correct?
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    what is it about.....negative feedback ?
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    (Original post by ryanb97)
    what is it about.....negative feedback ?
    Yes, negative feedback during the menstrual cycle


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    (Original post by BP_Tranquility)
    Yes, negative feedback during the menstrual cycle


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    if it is that...its not right

    there are 2 main areas in whick negative feedback occurs
    when the levels of FSH are high .....more oestogen is profduced ...therefore more of the FSH is inhibited --- this is NF 1

    the there is :

    when the levels of LH are high .....more progesterone is profduced ...therefore more of the LH is inhibited -- NF2

    if that makes sense?

    Ryan
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    (Original post by BP_Tranquility)
    Yes, I have one question on the menstrual cycle... Is this diagram correct?
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    handwriting is so awful i can't possibly read it.
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    (Original post by BP_Tranquility)
    Yes, negative feedback during the menstrual cycle


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    here is a 6mark answer for it

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    the bottome 2 point are on NF
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    (Original post by tazza ma razza)
    handwriting is so awful i can't possibly read it.
    Up yours Tazza


    Anyways, Ryan my last thoughts are :

    Will you marry me?
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    (Original post by ryanb97)
    if it is that...its not right

    there are 2 main areas in whick negative feedback occurs
    when the levels of FSH are high .....more oestogen is profduced ...therefore more of the FSH is inhibited --- this is NF 1

    the there is :

    when the levels of LH are high .....more progesterone is profduced ...therefore more of the LH is inhibited -- NF2

    if that makes sense?

    Ryan
    Ah, I see thanks
    So
    more LH=less progesterone
    But then negative feedback:
    LH decreases, increasing progesterone
    But then negative feedback:
    LH increases, decreasing progesterone

    And this continues I assume?

    And when progesterone is high, does that inhibit oestrogen?



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    (Original post by BP_Tranquility)
    Well for science, I'm always told that I over think things too much, but I think that's their answer to GCSE simplification lol

    I used to love computers as well when I was younger but I've found ICT to be incredibly boring since there's no programming, no need to know the mechanics inside a hard drive etc. But I'd like to become a physicist so I'm not too concerned...

    Anyway, I better get back to revision


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    Yeah although it's a bit like GCSE chemistry in a way... you find out that everything happens... but not how.

    I'm the same, I think I'd like to be a theoretical physicist if I'm capable enough!

    And yes I should get back to revision too haha, I'm just cramming everything
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    (Original post by ryanb97)
    wow.... nearly time...

    any last thoughts??
    Marry me.

    There's still over an hour and a half left...
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    I'll be off soon. Good luck everyone for the exam!!!
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    (Original post by Knowing)
    I'll be off soon. Good luck everyone for the exam!!!
    Good luck to you too!


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    (Original post by BP_Tranquility)
    Good luck to you too!


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    I might go into school early for some mutual learning. Seeya guys and good luck - may the force be with you
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    I might go into school early for some mutual learning. Seeya guys and good luck - may the force be with you
    Good luck!


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    I'm going to school now so good luck everyone!


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    Well, I don't think that was that bad, not bad at all! It was so much better than the specimen paper... The specimen paper terrified me. I thought all the questions in the exam were reasonable and none of them were too farfetched. I think section D was a little time consuming and involved a lot of rational thinking too, so unfortunately I didn't have time to check my answers.

    How did you guys find it?
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    For the question on the chip with four graphs..which graph did you guys pick???

    Yeh it was surprisingly easy but section D was annoying! i mean...that last question! grrrrr

    are we all migrating to the chemistry one? and having chatrooms like for this one?
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    (Original post by benwalters1996)
    For the question on the chip with four graphs..which graph did you guys pick???

    Yeh it was surprisingly easy but section D was annoying! i mean...that last question! grrrrr

    are we all migrating to the chemistry one? and having chatrooms like for this one?
    I put B, the one where it decreased. You?

    Yeah, I'm sure we'll discuss the exam for a short time here then all move over and to the chemistry thread and focus on revision.
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    piss easy paper. a star biology here we come
 
 
 
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