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    Hi everyone,
    I was just wondering if anyone knows when the pre-release material will be coming out for this exam... The website says 11/03/13 but I've been waiting all day for it, and it still hasn't been released!
    Also, how is work going for this exam? How is everyone feeling?! Would appreciate it if we could all share some resources and help each other out with this! GOOD LUCK!
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    Could someone please upload the article? I that's allowed
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    I received my pre release today
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    (Original post by HiGh_ScHoOl. =])
    Hi everyone,
    I was just wondering if anyone knows when the pre-release material will be coming out for this exam... The website says 11/03/13 but I've been waiting all day for it, and it still hasn't been released!
    Also, how is work going for this exam? How is everyone feeling?! Would appreciate it if we could all share some resources and help each other out with this! GOOD LUCK!

    my teacher said he isnt gonna let us see it yet
    This unit is my favourite so far! the only thing is that i knw cellular respiration is gonna catch me out :/ itd be nice to share resources & tips etc. how are u finding it?
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    Anyone have the article?
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    I would also be grateful if someone could upload the article.
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    I've re-uploaded it on google doc.
    Download (Google Docs)

    Alternative link (Dropbox. Direct download)
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    has anyone read the article yet? if so what do you think about it. we should analyse it together and come up with questions. i'll start analyzing as soon as i get my paper.
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    Thank you so much abod!!!
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    I've read it. Before I start working on it, I will first read the previous ones and see what type of questions they ask.
    No problem, donleone.
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    I will add that I need to post some questions to my to do list, so we can go over this long article.

    I'm reading it thinking "ewww THAT topic", and "oh no I forgot about that..." :P
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    Hi Guys,

    Does anybody have any kind of 'checklist' for A2 coursework for edexcel? I'm a private entry candidate and totally stuck on the 'pulfrich effect' and don't want to keep hassling my tutor as he charges for his time.

    Thankyou
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    HEY GUYS
    i read the article and sounds quite interesting...but i got a slight problem in understanding the phrase below from paragraph 40 page 6
    'we also find it very intriguing that the naked mole rat neurons exhibit some electrophysiological properties that suggest neurons in these animals retain immature characteristics'
    please someone help me what this phrase is trying to tell us.
    thank you
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    (Original post by angelz.pari)
    HEY GUYS
    i read the article and sounds quite interesting...but i got a slight problem in understanding the phrase below from paragraph 40 page 6
    'we also find it very intriguing that the naked mole rat neurons exhibit some electrophysiological properties that suggest neurons in these animals retain immature characteristics'
    please someone help me what this phrase is trying to tell us.
    thank you
    I would think this is related to maturing cells - cells that are not completely specialised (for example, stem cells are immature). In other words, the neurones have not entirely specialised because of the way the conduct an impulse and their physical appearance. However, this is just my perspective and I may be wrong.
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    (Original post by Harantony)
    I would think this is related to maturing cells - cells that are not completely specialised (for example, stem cells are immature). In other words, the neurones have not entirely specialised because of the way the conduct an impulse and their physical appearance. However, this is just my perspective and I may be wrong.
    thank you )
    i agree to you...it makes sense to me now hehe
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    I am confused as to why I got negative rep for my post - I would be grateful if someone could explain.
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    (Original post by Harantony)
    I am confused as to why I got negative rep for my post - I would be grateful if someone could explain.
    May have been accidental!
    I levelled it out for you
    Love the article it's so interesting!
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    heya everyone
    someone please help me identify the various themes used in this article...
 
 
 
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