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Hello ib biology students
Im sorry if this post must have been in an existing thread. So after taking krebs cycle in aerobic cellular respiration and light independent reaction in photosynthesis, our teacher said it would be enough to draw, like simply draw the krebs cycle, calvin cycle. However, when looking up past papers, the mark scheme never said an explain krebs cycle can be answered by a drawing. So is my teacher right or what?
Thank you soo much and good luck all
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In the exam, if you're able to draw the diagram, you know the process enough to write it out as well! Diagrams can be used to support an answer, but I wouldn't rely on it get you the marks! Sometimes the mark schemes accept it, sometimes they don't, so please don't risk it (:

(Got a 6 overall)
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I drew stuff for my exam. Got a 6. Obviously wasn't too bad!
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Well donee! 6 is a really good mark. Thank you and i guess i shouldnt risk it, ill draw and interpret my drawing into written points. Thankk youu
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(Original post by Serentonin)
I drew stuff for my exam. Got a 6. Obviously wasn't too bad!
Ofc it isnt bad!! But i guess ill draw and explain, thank you
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