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Couldn't find any B7 posts, so decided to make one. Feel free to post questions and hints
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hopefully it is going to be able closed looped systems and how they are sustainable
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hopefully it is going to be able closed looped systems and how they are sustainable
The question is... is this forum sustainable because there a more popular one here:
http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...163&p=48207038
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Couldn't find any B7 posts, so decided to make one. Feel free to post questions and hints
i know its a bit late but what was on the last page of the b7 exam
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i know its a bit late but what was on the last page of the b7 exam
That was n days ago! How do you expect us to remember now?!
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The last page was a three marker about why microorganisms are useful in industry (tick boxes) and a two marker about what they can produce (again, tick boxes). Quite a lot of people didn't see it if that's what you're worried about.

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The last page was a three marker about why microorganisms are useful in industry (tick boxes) and a two marker about what they can produce (again, tick boxes). Quite a lot of people didn't see it if that's what you're worried about.

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Most of the people I know saw this question; it was very easy because it looked like a facsimile of what was written on the official specification.
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Most of the people I know saw this question; it was very easy because it looked like a facsimile of what was written on the official specification.
It was the easiest 5 marks on the paper if you knew the spec. Unfortunately I live in Yorkshire, people easily forget to look at the back page. You'd think they'd learn but it happens in almost every exam.

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It was the easiest 5 marks on the paper if you knew the spec. Unfortunately I live in Yorkshire, people easily forget to look at the back page. You'd think they'd learn but it happens in almost every exam.

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So does that mean that Londoners (my classmates and I) are smarter than Yorkshire folk? such a peculiar generalisation, but I applaud its uniqueness
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So does that mean that Londoners (my classmates and I) are smarter than Yorkshire folk? such a peculiar generalisation, but I applaud its uniqueness
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-13782315
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/education...th-divide.html

It's certainly possible, if you consider the data above. It just throws up the question, is it nature or nurture? I think nurture is more likely, but it's hard to come to definite conclusions.


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