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    (Original post by JRN-95)
    That makes sense now thanks btw what year was this paper ?


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    Your welcome. Not sure you do the same exam board. But its OCR B salter. Jan 2012.

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    (Original post by Rubyturner94)
    Your welcome. Not sure you do the same exam board. But its OCR B salter. Jan 2012.

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    Yeah I do edexcel which are horrible


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    Guys, do you need to know the details for the stages of Meiosis? Because the red SNAB book says you don't :erm:

    EDIT: The spec also seems to comply with this; weird as in our school they taught us it even though we're taught the SNAB approach...

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    January 2013 paper?

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    (Original post by Branny101)
    Guys, do you need to know the details for the stages of Meiosis? Because the red SNAB book says you don't :erm:

    EDIT: The spec also seems to comply with this; weird as in our school they taught us it even though we're taught the SNAB approach...

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    Well the stages are similar to that of mitosis, but you need to know about crossing over/independant assortment.

    If I'm honest, there's no harm in knowing the basics, such as interphase, mitosis I, mitosis II

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    January 2013 paper?

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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    Well the stages are similar to that of mitosis, but you need to know about crossing over/independant assortment.

    If I'm honest, there's no harm in knowing the basics, such as interphase, mitosis I, mitosis II
    Thank you BobK

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    (Original post by Rubyturner94)
    Thank you BobK

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    No problem I'll upload the mark scheme asap
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    Well the stages are similar to that of mitosis, but you need to know about crossing over/independant assortment.

    If I'm honest, there's no harm in knowing the basics, such as interphase, mitosis I, mitosis II
    That's true, I just get muddled up sometimes =\

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    (Original post by Rubyturner94)
    Thank you BobK

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    6BI02_01_rms_20130307.pdf

    (Original post by Branny101)
    That's true, I just get muddled up sometimes =\

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    Fair enough, just remember meisosi undergoes mitosis twice, and interphase once only.. if you find it hard to remember, then don't worry too much about it
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    6BI02_01_rms_20130307.pdf


    Fair enough, just remember meisosi undergoes mitosis twice, and interphase once only.. if you find it hard to remember, then don't worry too much about it
    Okay, will do!

    Oh and also, reading through Assassin's notes when talking about transpiration "water tension" was used - that's old spec. right?

    BTW thanks for your help :awesome:

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    (Original post by Branny101)
    Okay, will do!

    Oh and also, reading through Assassin's notes when talking about transpiration "water tension" was used - that's old spec. right?

    BTW thanks for your help :awesome:

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    I believe it is old spec stuff, I haven't personally seen it in any of my textbooks
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    I believe it is old spec stuff, I haven't personally seen it in any of my textbooks
    Awesome. :yy:

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    Yes, it's just that my teacher taught this stuff and I wasn't really sure (nor was anyone on this thread) if it would be necessary to learn or not, so I just put it in anyways. It's probably on the old spec though.
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    (Original post by The Assassin)
    Yes, it's just that my teacher taught this stuff and I wasn't really sure (nor was anyone on this thread) if it would be necessary to learn or not, so I just put it in anyways. It's probably on the old spec though.
    Ahhh okay, for us its probably more about the difference in pressure from the roots and the leaves, right?

    Aaaand adhesion, Cohesion etcetera...

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    Just read through the june 2012 paper it is horrible!

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    Does anyone have anytips for answering question like "give one piece of evidence that supports the statement"...."give one piece pf evidence that is against it"
    They always seem to come up

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    do you think the paper will be as hard as unit 1?
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    (Original post by Rubyturner94)
    Does anyone have anytips for answering question like "give one piece of evidence that supports the statement"...."give one piece pf evidence that is against it"
    They always seem to come up

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    They'd usually give you data. You'll just have to think about it like an idiot/fool (no offence intended to anyone) and look for obvious pieces of data that could be used to support the statement. Sometimes, it is really obvious you won't think to think about it

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    do you think the paper will be as hard as unit 1?
    Hoping it won't, preparing for the worst though
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    I heard the unit 1 exam was really hard, hope its not hard

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    (Original post by Rubyturner94)
    I heard the unit 1 exam was really hard, hope its not hard

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    It was absolutely disgusting!
 
 
 
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