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    (Original post by arnab)
    thats exactly what i am asking, can someone plz make a m.s?
    i second that, surely someone by now should have done the paper, be it a teacher or graduate lol
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    (Original post by James A)
    i second that, surely someone by now should have done the paper, be it a teacher or graduate lol
    look who's obsessed with this thread now? loooooooooooooool.
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    (Original post by Liam 09)
    Well what you've said seems pretty logical, no idea if they would give marks for that.
    And who knows maybe i'm talking crap too
    I don't think you are. I was thinking about the conc gradient thing but I wasn't sure what air movement was like? But since she had to keep it constant, you can logically assume that it would just be no air movement because it would otherwise get confusing. :p:

    Here's hoping AQA allow both answers. :awesome:

    Did you do Chem?
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    (Original post by arnab)
    thats exactly what i am asking, can someone plz make a m.s?
    There's no point, there was so much HSW and so many potential answers that what a teacher thinks won't necessarily be the same as what AQA want . Just wait for results day, honestly.



    Enjoy life, look forwards, you can't change anything now. :o:
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    an unofficial mark scheme would be absolutely lovely. <3
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    (Original post by Unbiased Opinion)
    I don't think you are. I was thinking about the conc gradient thing but I wasn't sure what air movement was like? But since she had to keep it constant, you can logically assume that it would just be no air movement because it would otherwise get confusing. :p:

    Here's hoping AQA allow both answers. :awesome:

    Did you do Chem?
    Haha yep we can only hope :P

    Yeah I did do chem, Edexcel though so I can't talk about till some god awful hour in the morning
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    (Original post by swiftylol)
    Didnt the question say one cell cycle = 4hrs18min

    work out 8 cell cylcles?

    I did 4hrs = 240mins

    + 18 mins

    x 8

    Maybe I misred the question, I was in a rush :s
    Not 8, because one cell divides into two, two into four, four into 8.

    However the question could very easily be misinterpreted and it was really badly worded. It could also be interpreted as NEW cells. So it would ignore the original, therefore some people would go to the next 4 hrs 18 mins.
    It actualy took 3 divides so 3 x 4hrs 18 mins = 774 mins.
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    (Original post by Liam 09)
    Haha yep we can only hope :P

    Yeah I did do chem, Edexcel though so I can't talk about till some god awful hour in the morning
    Haha, I hope AQA don't have to that rule or I'm getting kicked out of my exams. :p:

    How did it go, on a scale of 1-10?
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    (Original post by Unbiased Opinion)
    Haha, I hope AQA don't have to that rule or I'm getting kicked out of my exams. :p:

    How did it go, on a scale of 1-10?
    Naw it's just Edexcel
    I can't even say that or I'll get warning points XD
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    (Original post by Liam 09)
    Naw it's just Edexcel
    I can't even say that or I'll get warning points XD
    Whoa, Edexcel take themselves seriously! Hope it went ok though. :p:
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    (Original post by Liam 09)
    Naw it's just Edexcel
    I can't even say that or I'll get warning points XD
    OH EDEXCEL, =(
    un2 HUH..
    bad times lol
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    (Original post by EffKayy)
    look who's obsessed with this thread now? loooooooooooooool.
    loooool joker
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    (Original post by Unbiased Opinion)
    Whoa, Edexcel take themselves seriously! Hope it went ok though. :p:
    It's because Edexcel are international so others could be taking the same exam after people here in the UK so discussion is not allowed
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    (Original post by swiftylol)
    It's because Edexcel are international so others could be taking the same exam after people here in the UK so discussion is not allowed
    Oh right, fair play to Edexcel. I'm on Edexcel for Philo and Ethics and the layout is different so I almost forgot to write my candidate number and the centre number, but thank God the invigilator reminded me. Hopefully that's not foreshadowing any failure. :awesome:

    Any more exams?
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    Has someone put an unoffial markscheme for this exam??????????????????? Plz tell me were it is!!!!!!!! So stressed out
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    Heh, I was so going to ask for a spare copy of the exam but I felt soo tired I just couldnt be bothered.

    Looking back at it, maybe I should have done just that :emo:
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    (Original post by EffKayy)
    OH EDEXCEL, =(
    un2 HUH..
    bad times lol
    How was psychology?
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    (Original post by swiftylol)
    How was psychology?
    I didn't resit psy lol.
    Doing psya2 on the 7th though.
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    on the question about how long the cell cycle takes would it not be 312 min since mitosis produces 2 cells each time it occurs
    each cell cycle =78 min
    ???????
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    For the pesticide one when it said about evaporation from the lake I wrote that if the water is evaporating then the concentration of pesticides will increase as they don't evaporate with the water.
    Anyone else wrote this?

    I couldn't remember the starch stuff which annoyed me as I knew it was my bad topic.
    I wrote its insoluble in water and compact etc but non of that really answered the question did it?
 
 
 
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