AQA Biology AS New Spec - 26th May and 7th June

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    (Original post by 1joshua1)
    still have not done paper 1 or paper 2

    what topics come up in paper 1?
    What do you mean by you haven't done it yet?
    Did you have a clash?
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    (Original post by 1joshua1)
    still have not done paper 1 or paper 2

    what topics come up in paper 1?
    That's not possible surely?!
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    (Original post by Namita Gurung)
    What do you mean by you haven't done it yet?
    Did you have a clash?
    Hell if he had a clash he would have been escorted by an invigilator straight to the next exam after having a small break in isolation. Unless his school is involved in some extreme malpractice in which case I hope the school gets shut down and their examining staff thrown in prison.
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    (Original post by CrazyFool229)
    Hell if he had a clash he would have been escorted by an invigilator straight to the next exam after having a small break in isolation. Unless his school is involved in some extreme malpractice in which case I hope the school gets shut down and their examining staff thrown in prison.
    Exactly. My friend had a clash and she had to spend a day and a night with one of the teachers - everything was off-limits.

    Think that either he's trolling or the school messed up.
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    (Original post by 1joshua1)
    still have not done paper 1 or paper 2

    what topics come up in paper 1?
    Do you mean you missed them? You can't do them now lol

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    (Original post by nomophobia)
    Do you mean you missed them? You can't do them now lol

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    Well this is unfair on all of us, you basically know everything that's coming up from looking at the forums. And I doubt you're the only one in your school not to have don't it yet? So basically if you really haven't done it, your school may cause grade boundaries to change and make it harder for all of us the get better grades? But if you missed it then that's better for all of us, because you can't do it again till next year, so it will class as a U ( not that I want you to miss your exams, I'm just saying what will happen) So the grade boundaries will drop? Great one
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    (Original post by Hello_246975)
    Well this is unfair on all of us, you basically know everything that's coming up from looking at the forums. And I doubt you're the only one in your school not to have don't it yet? So basically if you really haven't done it, your school may cause grade boundaries to change and make it harder for all of us the get better grades? But if you missed it then that's better for all of us, because you can't do it again till next year, so it will class as a U ( not that I want you to miss your exams, I'm just saying what will happen) So the grade boundaries will drop? Great one
    Tbh he's probably trolling, but if he isn't and the school still submits his script, the entire school should be shutdown and all of his results rendered null and void.
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    (Original post by Senthil Patel)
    Any question like that its always the same marks

    1) Change in base sequence
    2) Change in primary structure
    3) Change in position of hydrogen, ionic, disulphide bonds
    4) Therefore a change in tertiary structure
    5) So no longer complementary to the HIV antigen
    yes thats y i said its right
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    (Original post by Namita Gurung)
    Exactly. My friend had a clash and she had to spend a day and a night with one of the teachers - everything was off-limits.

    Think that either he's trolling or the school messed up.
    Thats crazy! Where did they sleep?!
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    (Original post by marcobruni98)
    Thats crazy! Where did they sleep?!
    She slept round my teacher's house. Obviously the school asked for consent from her parents. It seemed quite fun - appaz they gave each other manicures.
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    (Original post by Namita Gurung)
    She slept round my teacher's house. Obviously the school asked for consent from her parents. It seemed quite fun - appaz they gave each other manicures.

    Lol, I feel sorry for her that her parents just let her sleep around a teachers house? Not sure if this is a joke. Highly illegal, the school would let this happen?
    What would happen if she didn't want to stay with the teacher?
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    (Original post by Hello_246975)
    Lol, I feel sorry for her that her parents just let her sleep around a teachers house? Not sure if this is a joke. Highly illegal, the school would let this happen?
    What would happen if she didn't want to stay with the teacher?
    I don't see a problem with it. They obviously asked consent from her as well - they wouldn't force anything on her. Plus the teacher's a family friend. Why would I joke about this?
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    what do you guys think the grade boundary to get a C will be?
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    If any one has aqa Biology AS new exam paper 1 and 2 can you please forward me either the pictures of it or the paper it self. Thanks a lot.
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    I'm taking the papers internal next week so a list of topics or questions would be good
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    (Original post by 1joshua1)
    I'm taking the papers internal next week so a list of topics or questions would be good
    how is that possible?
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    glucose isn't for respiration it is produced as a result of respiration and glucose is needed for photosynthesis along with co2 so ur not wrong #urnotfailing!
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    (Original post by demilokiki)
    glucose isn't for respiration it is produced as a result of respiration and glucose is needed for photosynthesis along with co2 so ur not wrong #urnotfailing!
    Are you being serious?
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    OK, guys I kind of need some help here. Due to some circumstances, I have unfortunately left revising for biology a tad bit too late for my exam on Wednesday 22nd. I don't have time to make notes which I normally do, what is the best way to revise? Memorise? I can give myself 4 days for revision before I have to start past papers. In terms of hours, do you feel 16 hours is enough for just revising familiar material?
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    (Original post by AlphaWolfZ)
    OK, guys I kind of need some help here. Due to some circumstances, I have unfortunately left revising for biology a tad bit too late for my exam on Wednesday 22nd. I don't have time to make notes which I normally do, what is the best way to revise? Memorise? I can give myself 4 days for revision before I have to start past papers. In terms of hours, do you feel 16 hours is enough for just revising familiar material?
    Hi there,

    Are you doing A2 then or GCSE?

    Normally I just memorise the revision guide which doesn't take too long especially if you have been revisiting the material throughout the year. 16 hours should be plenty for GCSE/AS. Not sure about A2 though but if you are doing A2 then IIRC your paper is split into modules right? In which case it will be even easier
 
 
 
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