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    I accidently put Lamrack's Theory and I knew it was Lamarck's theory, will they give me the mark for accidentally misspelling it?
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    (Original post by J_Choda)
    NO! that was THE easiest paper I have ever sat, a lot more easier than the past papers and mocks I've done!
    I totally agree. I am so happy that there were so many graph questions and not as much knowledge required, cos I literally learned the whole of B1 in less than a week because the last time I dont it was in jan 2012 and it was a late entry. So yeah, very easy
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    (Original post by zintanax)
    can someone please make a chemistry thread? In fact I'm going to make one!
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...6#post43033416
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    (Original post by pinkgorilla)
    I totally agree. I am so happy that there were so many graph questions and not as much knowledge required, cos I literally learned the whole of B1 in less than a week because the last time I dont it was in jan 2012 and it was a late entry. So yeah, very easy
    Same here over the weekend I didn't sleep for all of saturday and went to bed at like 11AM on Sunday, recorded my self and then listened to all of it whilst listening to piano music that I played for 20 minutes then played it back through my headphones, it helps me revise and remember so much stuff! So many give away marks especially on the 1 and 2 mark ones, you confident for the chemistry on Monday? And have you got History on Monday in the morning aswell?
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    (Original post by J_Choda)
    Same here over the weekend I didn't sleep for all of saturday and went to bed at like 11AM on Sunday, recorded my self and then listened to all of it whilst listening to piano music that I played for 20 minutes then played it back through my headphones, it helps me revise and remember so much stuff! So many give away marks especially on the 1 and 2 mark ones, you confident for the chemistry on Monday? And have you got History on Monday in the morning aswell?
    Nahh, I've done C1 last year january. But I have Nazi Germany on Monday....
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    Can anyone post the questions and unofficial mark scheme for this exam please!!
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    (Original post by TherHig)
    I think it will be a bit lower like around 20

    like the cytoplasm and membrane thing:rolleyes:
    did your teacher said this ? or is this is your own personal prediction?
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    (Original post by ExamNerd123)
    Just got my result back for some reason dont know why..

    ? How did you do?
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    (Original post by J_Choda)
    I picked the first one and when I got out the exam I found out that that was the one you?
    So it is box one then?! 'Cos that is what I ticked.
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    (Original post by Jambon66)
    So it is box one then?! 'Cos that is what I ticked.
    I think it was the first one, it must have been because it was a pyramid of biomass!!
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    (Original post by ADT666)
    I think it was the first one, it must have been because it was a pyramid of biomass!!
    I suppose it would have to be.
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    http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebit...midsrev2.shtml this link clearly explains its option 1, as the exam question asked for BIOMASS.


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    (Original post by tyh91)
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebit...midsrev2.shtml this link clearly explains its option 1, as the exam question asked for BIOMASS.


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    I'll show this to my friend who thinks it's option 3!
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    But it does not make sense as the question asked you to refer to the graph and the graph showed the number of plant plankton higher then the number of insect plankton.
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    (Original post by Jambon66)
    I'll show this to my friend who thinks it's option 3!
    My friend still thinks that it may not be option 1 as "there can sometimes be inverted pyramids of biomass."
    He also said "why would they just ask for JUNE? If you looked at June, the animal plankton went down a lotbecause there might not have been enough biomass before it to feed on."
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    And also look at the picture showing the exceptions for the pyramid
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    (Original post by king_revision)
    Your argument is flawed slightly - I passed your information onto my head of science as I thought you were onto something. But, the quantity of a producer and consumer, doesn't affect a biomass pyramid. As the pyramid is based on biomass not numbers, therefore he said it was option 1.

    I don't really see why people are arguing about it to make themselves feel better. Just wait for the results. It might be option 3, but I'm confident it's option 1.
    i asked my head of science, and my teachers, they said because of june its the 3rd box, man even CGP guide says this as well, trust me, im uploading an unofficila mark scheme soon anyways so hold tight
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    Yeah I thought it was the third box as well because AQA wouldn't give away marks that easily when they asked previous questions which were easy
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    Whats the point of arguing about this? Whats done is done. We will find out when the OFFICIAL mark scheme comes out !!!
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    (Original post by atticusstar)
    did your teacher said this ? or is this is your own personal prediction?
    just a guess
 
 
 
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