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    Were given board specific OCR and OCR cgp books for science. The cgp news condense the information. That's why everyone uses them.


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    (Original post by MR.ANONYMOUS 786)
    Were given board specific OCR and OCR cgp books for science. The cgp news condense the information. That's why everyone uses them.


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    Yeah they do, but there is still some key information they seem to miss out which is annoying
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    (Original post by brainzistheword)
    Yeah they do, but there is still some key information they seem to miss out which is annoying
    For example ? I have found somethings that they cover vaguely or not at all.


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    (Original post by MR.ANONYMOUS 786)
    For example ? I have found somethings that they cover vaguely or not at all.


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    There is one bit about insulin and it either doesn't mention the glycogen or glucagon production for one of the regulatory responses
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    Zoe, may you help me?


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    (Original post by hannahrobinsxn)
    Zoe, may you help me?


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    Sure what do you need?
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    (Original post by brainzistheword)
    There is one bit about insulin and it either doesn't mention the glycogen or glucagon production for one of the regulatory responses
    Oh yes. I know that bit.


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    (Original post by brainzistheword)
    Sure what do you need?
    would this point work after my point about the structure of 'My Last Duchess' - this is just a rough outline of the point (for 'Medusa')

    the woman is angered due to her inability to suppress the dire emotion of paranoia. she feels as though she should be exhibiting more signs of control over her emotion seeing as she is aware in regards of her metaphorical transformation into 'Medusa' *insert quote here* due to lack of control she is angered at how emotion has taken over her. this impulsive anger heightens as her paranoia becomes more extreme, (spews along free verse formation) - already spoken about) as it reaches each erratic shaped line.

    then I will talk about the connection between free verse formation and the shaping of the lines.


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    (Original post by hannahrobinsxn)
    would this point work after my point about the structure of 'My Last Duchess' - this is just a rough outline of the point (for 'Medusa'

    the woman is angered due to her inability to suppress the dire emotion of paranoia. she feels as though she should be exhibiting more signs of control over her emotion seeing as she is aware in regards of her metaphorical transformation into 'Medusa' *insert quote here* due to lack of control she is angered at how emotion has taken over her. this impulsive anger heightens as her paranoia becomes more extreme, (spews along free verse formation) - already spoken about) as it reaches each erratic shaped line.

    then I will talk about the connection between free verse formation and the shaping of the lines.


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    Yeah that would go well with your other points - I know it's a rough draft but make sure it's all checked (I'm sure you will )
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    (Original post by brainzistheword)
    Yeah that would go well with your other points - I know it's a rough draft but make sure it's all checked (I'm sure you will )
    thank you what do you mean by 'checked' ? X


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    (Original post by hannahrobinsxn)
    thank you what do you mean by 'checked' ? X


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    I mean just make sure everything makes sense and your punctuation is accurate
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    fair enough yeah, I really struggle with my punctuation so will have to spend ages doing that


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    (Original post by hannahrobinsxn)
    fair enough yeah, I really struggle with my punctuation so will have to spend ages doing that


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    I only mean for that paragraph you just posted, the rest of your writing is just fine
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    (Original post by brainzistheword)
    Thank you and good luck to you too



    Wow you must be powering through these pages -glad it is useful though

    And nice choice of A-levels, much more varied than mine



    Sure are there any particular topics/subjects? Or would you like them all?



    Thank you - I hope you are enjoying your Easter break
    Haha I hope as well LOL
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    Do you guys think revision guides are the best revision tools?
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    good luck but you ain't need a*s to be successful mayne
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    (Original post by trillin')
    good luck but you ain't need a*s to be successful mayne
    Thanks
    True but it can't harm me to have them
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    (Original post by brainzistheword)
    Thanks
    True but it can't harm me to have them
    A*s still aren't needed mayne
    theres no point in wasting the effort fam
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    (Original post by brainzistheword)
    Wow you must be powering through these pages -glad it is useful though

    And nice choice of A-levels, much more varied than mine
    Still on page 18

    Really? I know history's the odd one out but I thought bio, chem and maths were a common combination - and look at you, doing geology! I didn't even know they offered it as an A-Level (i don't think they offer it where I'm at) Although, one of my friend's sisters did geology at uni and hated it...



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    (Original post by trillin')
    A*s still aren't needed mayne
    theres no point in wasting the effort fam
    Putting in effort doesn't waste it. When you get the results you want, you'd be glad you put the effort in. That should apply to everything important to you.
 
 
 
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