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I don't think we have a thread. So here it is :p:

How is everyone feeling? I had an A in the mock 2 weeks ago (which was the Jan paper). I swear to god, if it's anything like the difference between the Chemistry CH1 papers they gave this year then I WILL NOT be happy. Fingers crossed!
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I'm sitting By1 tomorrow!

Having studied By2 since studying By1, By2 makes By1 seem easy, although it's quite a while since I was taught By1!

I'm trying to cram everything in now, going over everything, and writing as many essays as I can from past papers!

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I'm sitting By1 tomorrow!

Having studied By2 since studying By1, By2 makes By1 seem easy, although it's quite a while since I was taught By1!

I'm trying to cram everything in now, going over everything, and writing as many essays as I can from past papers!

Yeah BY1 is alot easier than By2 hahaa, I Have BY2 in about 2 weeks :p:.

That picture was good for some 30 second revision THANKS!
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Good luck to those sitting this exam tomorrow
See you all on the other side
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That picture was good for some 30 second revision THANKS!
Sorry about the handwriting!

Good luck everyone!
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Well, that was OK!

There were so many 'application of knowledge' type questions, but overall that was a pretty 'nice' paper!
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do you think connective tissue is okay for the collagen question?
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do you think connective tissue is okay for the collagen question?
I'm not sure, I hope so though!

Not sure what else would make sense!
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do you think connective tissue is okay for the collagen question?
That's what I put.

Thought the paper was decent overall, I knew each stage of Mitosis so when it came up in the 10 mark question I was really pleased.
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I'm not sure, I hope so though!

Not sure what else would make sense!
I think i should have said bone or tendons, but hopefully connective tissue is okay.

any questions you found difficult?

i was so glad with mitosis essay !
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I think i should have said bone or tendons, but hopefully connective tissue is okay.

any questions you found difficult?

i was so glad with mitosis essay !
The mitosis essay was brilliant!

I wasn't too sure about the table underneath the diagrams of two cells, I wasn't quite sure what the question was asking, but apart from that, I didn't really struggle at all!
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The mitosis essay was brilliant!

I wasn't too sure about the table underneath the diagrams of two cells, I wasn't quite sure what the question was asking, but apart from that, I didn't really struggle at all!
yeah i wasn't really sure.
Just stated the obvious , vesicles, mitochondria, microvilli
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yeah i wasn't really sure.
Just stated the obvious , vesicles, mitochondria, microvilli
That's what I did too, but the question didn't really make to too obvious what it was asking...

Did you find anything hard? Or was the rest a breeze?

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yeah i wasn't really sure.
Just stated the obvious , vesicles, mitochondria, microvilli
Are you sure it was Vesicles? Because I looked it up and it could be lysosomes.

I put Vesicles too, but oh well. It was easy:p:
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I don't think we have a thread. So here it is :p:

How is everyone feeling? I had an A in the mock 2 weeks ago (which was the Jan paper). I swear to god, if it's anything like the difference between the Chemistry CH1 papers they gave this year then I WILL NOT be happy. Fingers crossed!
do u do all wjec subjects.
oh, ur from cardiff!
yea i do triple science and all are wjec. flipping hard.
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Are you sure it was Vesicles? Because I looked it up and it could be lysosomes.

I put Vesicles too, but oh well. It was easy:p:
As it was a secretory cell, it needs to secrete something from somewhere!

I'd get they were vesicles, then when they fuse with the membrane, through exocytosis, they empty their contents out of the cell.

I don't see why a secretory cell like that would have so many lysosomes!

Simple! :p:
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As it was a secretory cell, it needs to secrete something from somewhere!

I'd get they were vesicles, then when they fuse with the membrane, through exocytosis, they empty their contents out of the cell.

I don't see why a secretory cell like that would have so many lysosomes!

Simple! :p:
Have a look at the revision guide, not sure what page, but it says that Secretory cells contain alot of Lysosomes.
I did put the same thing as you. Oh well, i'm sure they will give us the mark no matter what because they look pretty much the same. t's abit subjective.
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As it was a secretory cell, it needs to secrete something from somewhere!

I'd get they were vesicles, then when they fuse with the membrane, through exocytosis, they empty their contents out of the cell.

I don't see why a secretory cell like that would have so many lysosomes!

Simple! :p:


what did you do for differences between Hb and collagen?

and my example was lysozyme - is that okay?
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what did you do for differences between Hb and collagen?

and my example was lysozyme - is that okay?
Hb had a spherical shape, with a quadternary structure and urm made of more than one type of polypeptide. Then i just contraste dthat with collagen.
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