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    Did anyone write lichens as an indicator??
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    (Original post by mxn)
    that's super high considering how difficult today's exam was because even last year's grade boundaries were 47 for A* which is reasonable considering the exams was okay I really don't think they would do 50 for A*
    What are you thinking then regarding boundaries?
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    So did i but i feel like that was wrong aha
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    (Original post by dangerouswoman)
    Thank you. Yes I need to stop going on TSR and twitter and start revising lol haha. And good luck in your exams! Hopefully they will actually have science in the questions and not drunk rats and snails
    Ha ha might start revising history for my chemistry exam on Thursday God knows what will come up on there
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    (Original post by ammara-123)
    What was the malaria mean??


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    you could of written about mutation but it would be something like 'there was a mutation within a population'
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    #20 needs rewording. It's not comparing 2 sets of data - it's looking for a correlation between 2 variables (see page 9 of the spec)
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    Praying that 44 will get me an A*
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    (Original post by M451)
    0.67% I'm pretty sure
    I got 29800000000 😂😂😂 whoops
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    (Original post by goldenusername)
    Did anyone write lichens as an indicator??
    me !!!
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    (Original post by goldenusername)
    Did anyone write lichens as an indicator??
    Question specified animal
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    I don't think so, as they're in the head so the fastest route for a reflex arc would be the brain - not the spinal cord. But, I could be wrong...
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    just in from AQA, they are raising the boundaries to 58/60 for an A* and 54 for an A
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    (Original post by beta_tester)
    just in from AQA, they are raising the boundaries to 58/60 for an A* and 54 for an A
    WHAT NK

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    I doubt they'll be that high, this test was particularly hard
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    does anyone have a full unofficial mark scheme
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    (Original post by beta_tester)
    just in from AQA, they are raising the boundaries to 58/60 for an A* and 54 for an A
    wth no why
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    Did anyone else put lichens for the last question?
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    (Original post by charliej2802)
    Anyone else get 0.67%???
    Yeah I got 0.6% of people died from Malaria ))
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    (Original post by Nathan Emmings)
    Ok guys I am thinking 27 C 32 B 38 A 50 A*
    Why would it be that high?
    June 2015: 47/60 for A*
    June 2014: 44/60 for A*
    June 2013: 45/60 for A*

    I find it unlikely that after so many students found the exam more difficult than normal that the grade boundaries would increase over 47/60 for A*
 
 
 
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