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    how did it go guys???

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    I forgot so many of the little things but overall it went okay, how about for you?
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    What did you put for the hetero/homozygous 'tick the box' question?
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    (Original post by Major Wilson)
    What did you put for the hetero/homozygous 'tick the box' question?
    Purple homozygous White hetrozygous Purple generation hetrozygous
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    (Original post by Major Wilson)
    What did you put for the hetero/homozygous 'tick the box' question?
    I put the first two as homo and the second generation purple one as hetero. I found it quite difficult, more so than the B3 anyway!


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    (Original post by isabellagrace)
    I put the first two as homo and the second generation purple one as hetero. I found it quite difficult, more so than the B3 anyway!


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    That's what I put, and I found it harder than B3 as well


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    (Original post by isabellagrace)
    I put the first two as homo and the second generation purple one as hetero. I found it quite difficult, more so than the B3 anyway!


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    I put the same.
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    ****ty exam. I expect the grade boundaries will be pretty low. Seems to be the trend of B2 papers as of yet.
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    I forgot the little things like bile neutralises lactic acid and how plants use their glucos (apart from storage).
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    I spelt the pancreas wrong (pancrea) so i'm not sure if I will get a mark, apart from that easy exam tbh.
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    I put homo, homo, hetro. I found B3 harder
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    i got 705:224 for the ratio. i dont even know why

    the six marker was nasty so hopefully the grade boundaries are low.

    i didnt like the ones at the beginning about pH.
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    (Original post by jackthb)
    ****ty exam. I expect the grade boundaries will be pretty low. Seems to be the trend of B2 papers as of yet.
    I expect B3 grade boundaries will also be lower than usual
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    (Original post by Misora)
    I forgot the little things like bile neutralises lactic acid and how plants use their glucos (apart from storage).
    Bile did not neutralise the milk it was the fatty acids produced by the digestion of lipase that caused the alkalinity to reduce bile was just a catalyst to fat digestion in that question if it was acidic then it would have neutralized it but the fatty acids are acidic which made the pH drop to 7.6
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    (Original post by zainahmed48)
    i got 705:224 for the ratio. i dont even know why

    the six marker was nasty so hopefully the grade boundaries are low.

    i didnt like the ones at the beginning about pH.
    i got the same for the ratio the pH questions required a bit of thinking but i hope i got it.
 
 
 
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