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    Does anyone have any ideas of the Grade Boundary predictions for Separate Science (Biology Unit 3 paper). The test was fairly easy so will the Grade Boundaries be higher than usual?
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    (Original post by zc555)
    Does anyone have any ideas of the Grade Boundary predictions for Separate Science (Biology Unit 3 paper). The test was fairly easy so will the Grade Boundaries be higher than usual?
    Everyone is predicting around 47 for an A*
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    What were the grade boundaries for the Biology exam last year?
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    (Original post by zc555)
    Does anyone have any ideas of the Grade Boundary predictions for Separate Science (Biology Unit 3 paper). The test was fairly easy so will the Grade Boundaries be higher than usual?
    I read somewhere that the A* grade boundary could be 49/60, that could be wrong but I imagine that they may be fairly high.
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    (Original post by smithy_1998)
    What were the grade boundaries for the Biology exam last year?
    43 for an A*
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    (Original post by hklsdflhks)
    the question about the ivy leaves experiment I found the hardest in the whole thing. .....
    Yeah I definitely messed that one up
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    (Original post by willclegg7)
    I read somewhere that the A* grade boundary could be 49/60, that could be wrong but I imagine that they may be fairly high.
    Yeah, I think that, maybe 47/48 A* idk. I think that an A might be between 41 - 43 marks.
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    (Original post by zanfinahaziri)
    Everyone is predicting around 47 for an A*
    Do you have any idea what the predictions for an A will be?
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    FOR THE MYCOPROTEIN QUESTION (1st question of blp3h) what reasons did people put for why mycoprotein may be better to use?
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    (Original post by jonahfromtonga)
    FOR THE MYCOPROTEIN QUESTION (1st question of blp3h) what reasons did people put for why mycoprotein may be better to use?
    I said less land needed and it's quicker to produce than rearing animals, do you think that's right?


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    (Original post by jonahfromtonga)
    FOR THE MYCOPROTEIN QUESTION (1st question of blp3h) what reasons did people put for why mycoprotein may be better to use?
    i put its cheaper and quicker to produce
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    (Original post by Elzie123)
    I said less land needed and it's quicker to produce than rearing animals, do you think that's right?


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    Probably, but I put that its a healthier option and its more ethical because factory farming is cruel.
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    (Original post by Elzie123)
    I said less land needed and it's quicker to produce than rearing animals, do you think that's right?


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    Reason 1: Mycoprotein has a high protein and fibre, with low fat therefore it is suitable for producing protein for growing populations.

    Reason 2: The production of Mycoprotein doesn't require any land.
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    Suitable for vegetarians is a point as well i think
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    (Original post by jonahfromtonga)
    FOR THE MYCOPROTEIN QUESTION (1st question of blp3h) what reasons did people put for why mycoprotein may be better to use?
    I put that less CO2 is produced when compared to cattle farming and that it is more sustainable.
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    (Original post by DavidClewett)
    I put that less CO2 is produced when compared to cattle farming and that it is more sustainable.
    I had no idea for that question, I got it completely wrong
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    (Original post by RachJess4)
    I put 23 and 46, but I'm really not sure! (Also I think you might go to my school if your username is your name :P)
    I put 1 and 2 or 2 and 1. Can't remember which way around
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    (Original post by emileepifanoff)
    did you do foundation?
    No, higher.
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    (Original post by jonahfromtonga)
    FOR THE MYCOPROTEIN QUESTION (1st question of blp3h) what reasons did people put for why mycoprotein may be better to use?
    I screwed that up

    I said it helped us to cope with the rapid population growth & that it prevents food resources from running out as it is a sustainable food production method.
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    (Original post by zc555)
    Yeah, I think that, maybe 47/48 A* idk. I think that an A might be between 41 - 43 marks.
    I don't think it will to be honest. I'd say between 45-46 at most but it wasn't as easy as C2 papers which tend to be that high but obviously it won't be particularly low.
 
 
 
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