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    Psychology : your actually meant to see everything upside down but your eye turns it around
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    Subject: English Literature
    Fact: You'll begin to question your own existence when you analyse why a poet used the word 'spoon' for the 5th time.
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    y=mx+c

    still haven't figured out the momentum stuff :/
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    A convergent (destructive) plate boundary is where a continental plate and oceanic plate moves toward each other. When they collide, the denser plate i.e. the oceanic plate plunges under the lighter continental plate, creating a subduction zone. This is where there are earthquakes and volcanic activities take place.
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    (Original post by Questioness)
    Cobalt chloride dissolves in water to form a pink solution where it sets up an equilibrium between two complexes of colbalt.Equilibrium is sensitive to temp so Depending, on the temperature it changes from pink to blue.

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    Which exam board are you doing for chemistry?
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    If you are given a list of names, and asked to search for the name, even though you can clearly see it is not there, you must go through the entire process and at the end, declare the name not found.

    What a waste of 10 minutes.

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    (Original post by Bubblewrap167)
    Which exam board are you doing for chemistry?
    OCR A .
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    (Original post by Questioness)
    OCR A .
    I do AQA. How are you finding it?
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    The complement of a perfect graph is perfect.
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    (Original post by Bubblewrap167)
    I do AQA. How are you finding it?
    Content wise everything seems alright, but with exam condition and pressure it goes downhill. Just need to focus on timing I think. Wbu?
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    (Original post by Questioness)
    Content wise everything seems alright, but with exam condition and pressure it goes downhill. Just need to focus on timing I think. Wbu?
    Not gonna lie, I'm not doing too great but I am improving which is good
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    (Original post by nomophobia)
    If you are given a list of names, and asked to search for the name, even though you can clearly see it is not there, you must go through the entire process and at the end, declare the name not found.

    What a waste of 10 minutes.

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    Decision 1?
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    Radiography

    Radiation is bad for you, apparently
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    Meteors enter the Earth's atmosphere at speeds of between 25,000 - 160,000mph.
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    Mitochondria is the powerhouse of the cell
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    (Original post by Poooky)
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    Yes! Do you hate it as much as I do?

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    (Original post by samb1234)
    Richard feynman got so bored at los alamos (where nuclear bombs were developed) that he would crack open colleagues safes after/during work.
    Read "Surely you're joking, Mr Feynman", eh?
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    (Original post by nomophobia)
    Yes! Do you hate it as much as I do?

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    I did back when I did it! D2 was even worse I'm free of it now though
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    3rd year biological sciences (Cancer biology)- what I hope to go into

    So we always hear about antibiotic resistance and why this is a huge problem? but there is also drug resistance in cancer which presents a huge problem in chemotherapy as it contributes to mortality via treatment failure. This can be acquired when the tumour cells are initially sensitive to the chemotherapeutic cocktail- over time its essentially survival of the fittest.
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    (Original post by Poooky)
    I did back when I did it! D2 was even worse I'm free of it now though
    What?! There's worse to come?! :cry2: help. I am so not looking forward to the exam this year >.<

    Lucky you! So what are you doing now?

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