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    (Original post by ThatPerson)
    How's your revision going for science? How many exams do you have? I have 23.

    I've pretty much done B2, C2, B3 and half of P2.
    It's going well thanks - I've finished B1,B2 and C3 just got to do P3 which I'm starting on Tuesday. Think I'll do a bit of maths tomorrow


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    (Original post by ThatPerson)
    How's your revision going for science? How many exams do you have? I have 23.

    I've pretty much done B2, C2, B3 and half of P2.
    Why have you got 23? That is a little to much:confused:
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    (Original post by lolface32)
    Ugh, no idea. Not done anything on organic chem yet!!!

    And B3....LEGGO!

    you first
    aha okay!

    How is the thermoregulatory centre important..?
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    (Original post by lolface32)
    Why have you got 23? That is a little to much:confused:
    I have to do Unit 2 and Unit 3 for each science plus I'm doing Further Maths GCSE; I'm doing 12 GCSEs.
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    (Original post by Arshii)
    YAY! the heart LOL

    Theres this right ventricle, right atrium, left ventricle and the left atrium.
    And the valves prevent back-flow of the blood

    Explain eutrophication...
    Correct! I think it's basically when the oxygen levels in the water decrease so low that the aquatic animals die :P


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    (Original post by Arshii)
    aha okay!

    How is the thermoregulatory centre important..?
    It controls the body temperature levels, what is a biogas generator and how is biogas formed?


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    (Original post by ThatPerson)
    I have to do Unit 2 and Unit 3 for each science plus I'm doing Further Maths GCSE.
    That means you have 17 exams, excusing those you just mentioned. I got 13 and that is the most in my school
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    I've got 13 one of the lowest in the year, woop woop *Dances*


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    (Original post by lolface32)
    Is that an aqueous solution?
    I don't think so haha. I've just realised above it says "In these calculations we aaume the solutions behave like water". Apologies
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    (Original post by lolface32)
    That means you have 17 exams, excusing those you just mentioned. I got 13 and that is the most in my school
    I'm also resitting 1 exam. How many GCSEs are you doing?
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    WOOHOOO 800 comments


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    (Original post by Captain Anonymous)
    It controls the body temperature levels, what is a biogas generator and how is biogas formed?


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    Biogas generators manipulate waste products to produce biogases. Biogases are formed anaerobically by microorganisms from the breakdown of the waste. They are 'carbon neutral'
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    WOOHOOO 800 comments


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    Be proud of yourself.
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    (Original post by ThatPerson)
    I'm also resitting 1 exam. How many GCSEs are you doing?
    I'm doing 10 GCSE's
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    (Original post by Captain Anonymous)
    It controls the body temperature levels, what is a biogas generator and how is biogas formed?


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    A biogas generator is like a system where biogas is produced..?

    And biogas is produced when animal material and plant material is decomposed by bacteria in anaerobic conditions making methane which can then be used as a fuel.
    And, explain how the kidney produces urine.
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    (Original post by lolface32)
    I'm doing 10 GCSE's
    That's probably why. I'm doing 12 :/ I actually can't wait till A-Levels, then I don't have to put up with all of the crappy subjects that I hate. Like Spanish
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    Are any of you guys revising for Engliah Lit?
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    (Original post by Efemena15)
    Are any of you guys revising for Engliah Lit?
    You cannot really revise for it, I just practice exam questions thoroughly and read over my own annotations of the text, we went through it with my teacher ( a Cambridge law graduate ) so they will be reliable.
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    (Original post by ThatPerson)
    That's probably why. I'm doing 12 :/ I actually can't wait till A-Levels, then I don't have to put up with all of the crappy subjects that I hate. Like Spanish
    Feel the same with French, would be happy with a C
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    (Original post by lolface32)
    You cannot really revise for it, I just practice exam questions thoroughly and read over my own annotations of the text, we went through it with my teacher ( a Cambridge law graduate ) so they will be reliable.
    :O That's amazing. I think I'll just do that too
 
 
 
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