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    also, what is it about ethanol that causes the breakdown of the beetroot membrane?
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    its a bar graph with x= conditions and y=rate 1000/t for minutes and 1/t for seconds
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    (Original post by algérie_mon_amour)
    I've got to say, the written exam was indeed hard !!
    what sort of questions were they? why were they hard?
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    can anyone help stage 3 questions. anyone?
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    (Original post by nikkianne01)
    what sort of questions were they? why were they hard?
    I thought I did really badly but got an A, so it must not be something to worry about, trust me
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    (Original post by algérie_mon_amour)
    I thought I did really badly but got an A, so it must not be something to worry about, trust me
    but everyone says its really difficult and about hearts how do hearts even relate to beetroot/ ethanol and transport through cell membranes?
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    (Original post by nikkianne01)
    but everyone says its really difficult and about hearts how do hearts even relate to beetroot/ ethanol and transport through cell membranes?
    There is nothing about hearts :confused:
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    (Original post by algérie_mon_amour)
    There is nothing about hearts :confused:

    i know! i heard about hearts but now i think thats on the milk/enzyme isa
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    (Original post by samzurai)
    its a bar graph with x= conditions and y=rate 1000/t for minutes and 1/t for seconds
    That's the lipids, bile salts and milk one.

    It's a line graph and there's no rate involved with the beetroot one.
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    (Original post by TheMeister)
    That's the lipids, bile salts and milk one.

    It's a line graph and there's no rate involved with the beetroot one.
    Have you dun the lipids one?
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    (Original post by algérie_mon_amour)
    I honestly don't know. Last year the grade boundries were extremely tight! I think it was something like:
    90% A
    80% B
    70% C
    60% D
    50% E
    I could be wrong though !
    My Teacher says of lat year's ISAs:

    Exam etc is out of 44, add 6 for PSA, so total = 50

    38/50 A
    35/50 B
    32/50 C
    29/50 D
    27/50 E

    I did the Beetroot ISA, I found it hard but I'm not saying much about, apart chapter 3 in aqa book, very helpful
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    (Original post by Munster)
    Have you dun the lipids one?
    Ask me anything, but PM me. I don't want to be broadcasting all the details, and, more importantly, don't be expecting any answers.
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    (Original post by mrt23498)
    My Teacher says of lat year's ISAs:

    Exam etc is out of 44, add 6 for PSA, so total = 50

    38/50 A
    35/50 B
    32/50 C
    29/50 D
    27/50 E

    I did the Beetroot ISA, I found it hard but I'm not saying much about, apart chapter 3 in aqa book, very helpful
    Yeah, sorry I think I got confused with Chemistry lol

    But last year since all students got those 6 marks, they knocked them off us, so we were left with our mark/60
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    (Original post by Master.K)
    Have you got your results yet?
    Not yet; they've had their meeting and the first batch of results for the lipids ISA were terrible apparently, which explains why they forced the beetroot ISA on us so forcefully this week. I think I did much better in the latter though, so it's probably worked out for the better that they did. I'm guessing, going by the marks that someone mentions above, I don't even think I would've got a C on that last one so yes, I'm happy. Sorry for the ramble.
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    (Original post by Boyguy)
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    I will help you out with the AQA GCE Biology ISA (beetroot) written test.
    HELP ME WITH BEETROOT ISA PLEASE!
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    Hi there,

    Ive got my written ISA on the beetroot experiment tomorrow I was wondering if you could tell me the sorts of Q's they asked...im so scared for it

    please write back

    thanks
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    Same!
    I'm stuck too for stage 3..
    I was wondering if yany of you could give me pointers on what to revise.
    Thanks :')
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    (Original post by husky101)
    HELP ME WITH BEETROOT ISA PLEASE!
    Heyy!
    Is it possible for some useful tips :')
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    (Original post by Boyguy)
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    I will help you out with the AQA GCE Biology ISA (beetroot) written test.
    Hey!
    May I have some helpppp pleaseeee
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    i need help with the beetroot isa plz
 
 
 
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