# 2016 AQA Biology Unit 1 - Unofficial Mark scheme 2016 Watch

1. For the malaria question I got 6.7% ????
2. (Original post by Nik123Efimov)
0.66666666667%. Or just 0.6%
I did the correct calculation apart from multiplying by 100. How many marks am I likely to get out of the 2, 1 or 0?
3. (Original post by habeeb_00)
No it was definitely faster per second

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Travelling to the brain was 3cm per millisecond. Travelling to the CNS was 1.6cm per millisecond. Therefore, the brain is faster, as it travels 2.4cm further in a millisecond than the CNS.
4. (Original post by InneRs)
Is there even a question to ask you which one is faster?
The question below the calculation is asking you why is the brain faster.
It is because of less synapse
Whoops I wrote how relay neurones are faster goddamnit haha

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i spoke about how rats show that there is sewage effluent as pollution .. would i get a mark?

i also got 66.6% for the mosquito questions, however i was shocked when i was told 0.6reccurring, I might have multiplied it by 100 twice i guess. Oh well.
6. Anyone know that feeling when the paper is really hard except for that 6 marker but your the only guy that misreads the question and writes about homeostasis ? No? Ah guess its just me
7. (Original post by dachessmystrezz)
Travelling to the brain was 3cm per millisecond. Travelling to the CNS was 1.6cm per millisecond. Therefore, the brain is faster, as it travels 2.4cm further in a millisecond than the CNS.
Actually that makes sense. I think you're right.
8. Was aiming for an A* looks like that has gone out the window !!

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9. (Original post by dachessmystrezz)
Travelling to the brain was 3cm per millisecond. Travelling to the CNS was 1.6cm per millisecond. Therefore, the brain is faster, as it travels 2.4cm further in a millisecond than the CNS.
That question was confusing...
10. what did people put for the malaria question about sentence 1 not being true in the article
11. (Original post by 0lut0)
Was the horse question about mutation or variation?

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Mutations
12. What did everyone put for the animal indicator? I put lichen and that it determines level of sulphur dioxide in the air but apparently a lichen is a fungus and not an animal... Would I still get either of the marks?
13. (Original post by Puddles the Monkey)
Amazing

How did it go for you?
Surprisingly quite well thanks!!
Today has been a good exam day, French and biology where very nice
14. (Original post by lilyflowerxoxo)
What did people get for the question about all boys drinking and why was the hypothesis not valid??
I said because it was only tested on 100 people so not valid to say every boy drinks??
15. (Original post by dachessmystrezz)
Travelling to the brain was 3cm per millisecond. Travelling to the CNS was 1.6cm per millisecond. Therefore, the brain is faster, as it travels 2.4cm further in a millisecond than the CNS.
omg that makes sense, I wrote the neurones were longer so there would be less diffusion time
16. (Original post by Dylanstickland)
What did everyone put for the animal indicator? I put lichen and that it determines level of sulphur dioxide in the air but apparently a lichen is a fungus and not an animal... Would I still get either of the marks?
Am I the only that put Dog for that question loooool

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17. (Original post by gordon123)
I said because it was only tested on 100 people so not valid to say every boy drinks??
That's what I wrote

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18. (Original post by Anonymous1705)
I did the correct calculation apart from multiplying by 100. How many marks am I likely to get out of the 2, 1 or 0?

Most likely 1
19. (Original post by lunaticash19995)
Are you sure?
Yeah it was 80cm over 50s to get 1.6cm/milliseconds compared to 12cm over 4ms to get 3cm/ms
20. Question about temp senser instead of thermoneter was its more accurate right ?

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