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    (Original post by Cookiemonster057)
    Yes! Phew I was worried that I had missed something on enzymes but then it said 'the hotter the better'
    I think you were suppose to say about protein denaturing and as well as the hotter the better because the hotter the water the faster the protein denatures so the faster the pain will subside.
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    (Original post by S..)
    Did you say that the egg cells were clones of each other?
    I said no because eggs are divided via meiosis which means that cells are multiplied but are not identical also cause eggs are gametes meaning that they are not identical
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    (Original post by mariam625)
    what did you guys do for the question about if paula will be good at marathon rinning too like her mum
    That was such a stupid question
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    (Original post by Amani Ziyat)
    did anyone get 10% for the efficiency??
    I did did you write about waste products in your answer?
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    Anyone really enjoy answering the last question?
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    (Original post by P0tter)
    That was such a stupid question
    I said that it was irrelevant and defined fitness hah
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    (Original post by Lilymod)
    Anyone really enjoy answering the last question?
    Haha i think we all did
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    What does everyone think grade boundaries gonna be? Higher than last years?
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    Last years were quite high compared to the others? 70% for an a*? (52/75) so I don't know! I'm praying its lower as it was very ethics based😂😂😅
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    Well, if you got around 17-18 on each section, and youd be set for an A*. Of course, easier said then done
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    (Original post by PhoenixHellRider)
    Well, if you got around 17-18 on each section, and youd be set for an A*. Of course, easier said then done
    Haha definitely easier said than done! But tbf 17-18/25 on each section doesn't seem too bad I must admit


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    (Original post by SolomonP)
    anyone up for creating an unoffical mark scheme?
    just congregate together
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    For the b4,b5,b6 exam people have said their is a section d which is a section of stuff you don't learn? I don't recall any of my teachers mentioning this am I was wondering if anyone knew what it is?


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    (Original post by The Panic Queen)
    For the b4,b5,b6 exam people have said their is a section d which is a section of stuff you don't learn? I don't recall any of my teachers mentioning this am I was wondering if anyone knew what it is?


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    Basically, section d is mostly just data manipulation and looking at different sets of information to judge upon it. They give you graphs, tables etc. Its only ten marks but its an easy place to pick up marks relatively speaking. Look up some past paper cause i think they come up from like 2012
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    (Original post by PhoenixHellRider)
    Basically, section d is mostly just data manipulation and looking at different sets of information to judge upon it. They give you graphs, tables etc. Its only ten marks but its an easy place to pick up marks relatively speaking. Look up some past paper cause i think they come up from like 2012
    Oh ok I see, thank you and I will definitely check out the past papers


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    (Original post by The Panic Queen)
    Atp is a molecule that stores energy from reaporation.This is released to the cells when they need it to perform their jobs


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    Correction: ATP is a source of energy NOT a store.
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    (Original post by champ_mc99)
    Correction: ATP is a source of energy NOT a store.
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    It is a store according to the glossary of my revision guide


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    It is a store according to the glossary of my revision guide


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    I mean I guess the energy is stored in The ATP molecule and is then a source of energy for the other parts of the cell maybe?


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    It is a store according to the glossary of my revision guide
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    Well, then I'm not sure because mark schemes in past papers call it a source of energy and say to ignore store.
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    When we get the results for this exam, will we get the raw marks grade or the UMS grade? If it's UMS, does that mean we need to get 90% for an A*?
 
 
 
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