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    (Original post by Samia99)
    To the ryt? I Did the opposite! [and i bet That's wrong lol ]

    Coz i din really put much thought to the agar blocks being switchd! :/
    Lol....tbh knowing how stupid Edexcel are, their answer will probably be that it's still straight :L
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    [QUOTE=InItToWinItGetIt?;32400794]I put capillaries. And shoot went to the right. They were soooooooo cheeky switching the agar blocks around.



    I thought abt capillaries too ... But read the article line again it said heart has to pump thru smthng so artereies are the first ones to take blood Away from heart ryt?

    Anyways ....
    Wht bout axon structure? That one definitly suckd 4 me!
    And for first one? Labellings?
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    (Original post by Jammers123)
    Lol....tbh knowing how stupid Edexcel are, their answer will probably be that it's still straight :L
    Hah! yeahh!

    Buh i th0ught this was bettr than unit 4 though!

    Completely Messd up the Wavelenghth Q in unit 4!
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    (Original post by Samia99)
    Hah! yeahh!

    Buh i th0ught this was bettr than unit 4 though!

    Completely Messd up the Wavelenghth Q in unit 4!
    Nope, I found unit 4 better (apart from that Wavelength question) don't really remember much else now though
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    (Original post by haydyb123)
    On the whole I thought it was a fair paper, apart from a few questions there were no real ambiguities, I was so sure that we would have another paper like January, but we didn't!
    I disagree, the paper was mostly fair but there were ambigious questions or questions that weren't very clear on what the answer should be. it was way better than January though, agree with that!
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    (Original post by Naima100)
    I disagree, the paper was mostly fair but there were ambigious questions or questions that weren't very clear on what the answer should be. it was way better than January though, agree with that!
    On going through the January paper for revision, I thought it was a lot better than yesterday's exam!
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    (Original post by Ayostunner)
    Ok phew!

    Im less paranoid now !
    hey I'm doing Neuroscience too! at University of Toronto though, where are you going?
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    (Original post by Jammers123)
    On going through the January paper for revision, I thought it was a lot better than yesterday's exam!
    really? I thought the article questions were really lengthy and it was all from AS, and that graph with pyruvic acid, I was completely lost :O
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    (Original post by Naima100)
    really? I thought the article questions were really lengthy and it was all from AS, and that graph with pyruvic acid, I was completely lost :O
    Lol, yeah but that's just my opinion, I enjoy all the aerobic respiration as I am a P.E. student too
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    (Original post by Naima100)
    hey I'm doing Neuroscience too! at University of Toronto though, where are you going?
    Oooh hello!
    well my firm choice is king's college and my insurance is Nottingham!

    I really hope i get in because i absolutely love the course.... I really enjoyed topic 8 in this module
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    the blood vessel cant be arteries because it said it was 'small'. so i guess you could get marks for capillaries, arterioles, and venuoles. (however its spelt)

    I messed up the first two pages

    for the last Q i said the Father WASNT a carrier... so i got Mm MM -> Mm Mm MM MM... But i stated he wasnt a carrier AND said since the mother has a history of mutations, then the sons genes mutated and he ended up with the disease anyway... Since it didnt state the father was a carrier and gave space for explanation, would i get marks??

    I also put increase in heart rate increases ventilation rate so the lungs get supplied more O2 and thus theres more supplied to the blood or something... would i get any for this?

    for how genes can code for different proteins or something... I wrote DNA splicing, is this right? or was it mRNA or RNA splicing?

    grr shoulda done better
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    Did anyone else put equation for ventilation rate as ventilation rate=breathing rate x tidal volume?
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    (Original post by InItToWinItGetIt?)
    Haha I used Aa too. I put what I meant by Aa etc. just in case, but that's just me who is extra paranoid. HIGHLY doubt you would be.
    I put Rr. Surely any letters that are distinguishable by their upper and lower case would be fine?
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    (Original post by Jammers123)
    Did anyone else put equation for ventilation rate as ventilation rate=breathing rate x tidal volume?
    yeah i did. :/
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    (Original post by Ayostunner)
    Oooh hello!
    well my firm choice is king's college and my insurance is Nottingham!

    I really hope i get in because i absolutely love the course.... I really enjoyed topic 8 in this module
    o I didn't know KCL offered Neuroscience.
    Good luck, I hope I get in too cause UofT wants me to maintain my predicted grades yikes :/
    Me too! but the exam didn't have much neuro in it -.-
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    (Original post by Jammers123)
    Did anyone else put equation for ventilation rate as ventilation rate=breathing rate x tidal volume?
    Yeahhh buddy
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    (Original post by Samia99)
    yeah i did. :/
    er is it someting else? lol I thought that was the only answer
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    (Original post by Samia99)
    yeah i did. :/
    Isn't that right?
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    (Original post by Naima100)
    er is it someting else? lol I thought that was the only answer
    Lool same hea!
    Th0ught that was One straight-forward Q!
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    (Original post by Naima100)
    er is it someting else? lol I thought that was the only answer
    Yeah, that's what I thought the only possible answer was, just checking though :P
 
 
 
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