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AQA BIOL1 Biology Unit 1 Exam - 16th May 2011 watch

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    (Original post by EffKayy)
    Few others? erm, more like you creating a double account. we seriously cba with your frigging crap now move and gtfo.
    oh wow...i come on here to find an answer in one of my A levels...and i get retards like this thinking im sad enough to make other accounts...i need an A in biology to get into my uni choice next year, meaning this is a crucial exam for me
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    (Original post by Limitless)
    Tell me about it they don't even mark the papers properly and then make you pay for a remark what the hell?!?!
    They also make you pay for you to have your paper returned! The school already pays a lot of money to enter you into the exam, yet they have crappy examiners who make mistakes everywhere!
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    For the vaccine one i wrote about memory cells and talked about how it would tackle the pathogen before harm etc, would i get atleast 1mark? I didnt evaluate \:
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    (Original post by Smoopyj)
    could not have put it better myself. HOw the hell are we meant to know that u got a different paper..
    **** off.
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    (Original post by Haz2coolz)
    oh wow...i come on here to find an answer in one of my A levels...and i get retards like this thinking im sad enough to make other accounts...i need an A in biology to get into my uni choice next year, meaning this is a crucial exam for me
    why are you asking US for a frigging answer, what the hell should we do? eff off.
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    (Original post by oHellno)
    LOL funny how both snoopyj and Haz2coolz did the same thing in the May 2010 BIOL1 thread. I smell a troll.
    OH F*CK
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    (Original post by Steerforth)
    Actually AQA are a non-profit organisation.
    Thanks for clarifying that, but then how does it afford to pay its staff?
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    (Original post by Wick3d)
    They also make you pay for you to have your paper returned! The school already pays a lot of money to enter you into the exam, yet they have crappy examiners who make mistakes everywhere!
    I go to a private school and I have to pay for the exam myself and then when you ask for your paper return, they send you a ****ing photocopy.
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    (Original post by Smoopyj)
    OH F*CK
    Why, because I outsmarted you? :teehee:
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    SOMEONE POST THE BLODDY MARK SCHEME!! I'M GOING OUT OF MY MIND HERE!!!!!!!!!!

    Sorry but I''ve failed this paper just because AQA are nobs! Such stupid 1 markers trying to catch you out!!
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    do you think the could push the grade boundaries to 50/60 to get an A
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    on the last question i wrote about facilitated diffusion, protein carriers in the lipid bilayer and stuff about the sodium-potassium pump, but I FORGOT VILLI. fml. although, i had already done 2 exams beforehand so i suppose for my only major mistake its not too bad....
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    Whilst realising that AQA are a non-profit organisation on their wiki page, I found a funny comment on their wiki entry:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Assessm...tions_Alliance

    Which was quickly removed. Sad times.
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    (Original post by Limitless)
    I go to a private school and I have to pay for the exam myself and then when you ask for your paper return, they send you a ****ing photocopy.
    yeah! they mark all the exams on the computer now so its quite impossible to get your paper back. Tbh i just got a priority photocopy, as it came quicker, and the supposed 'ORIGINAL' came a month later for some.
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    (Original post by Wick3d)
    Thanks for clarifying that, but then how does it afford to pay its staff?
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Assessm...tions_Alliance

    Some of this stuff is shocking.
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    (Original post by oHellno)
    Why, because I outsmarted you? :teehee:
    no because you're sad enough to have a look at a thread a year later just for the fun of it
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    (Original post by Limitless)
    0.7 was not a whole a heart beat it was the time taken for one whole heart beat.
    You didnt read who i was quoting before hand... did you.

    85.7 beats per minute, you cant round up, since there aren't half heart beats. 85 sucessfull heartbeats were completed.
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    (Original post by EffKayy)
    yeah! they mark all the exams on the computer now so its quite impossible to get your paper back. Tbh i just got a priority photocopy, as it came quicker, and the supposed 'ORIGINAL' came a month later for some.
    I know people that took forced gap years because of AQA mistakes.
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    (Original post by lemar)
    do you think the could push the grade boundaries to 50/60 to get an a
    i want them to be lower not higherrrr
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    (Original post by lemar)
    do you think the could push the grade boundaries to 50/60 to get an A
    Ive looked at the past 5 bio unit 1 grade boundaries and the highest for an A ive seen is 45/60 and lowest being 37/60. Rest of them ranging in the low 40s. Im predicting a boundary between 40-45/60, with 100 UMS being probably 48-53/60
 
 
 
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