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    I thought it was alright tbh! I was alright with the 6 markers.
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    Which paper? I did foundation and was so happy!
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    What did you write for the limbs 6marker?
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    (Original post by Sophiexo_)
    Which paper? I did foundation and was so happy!
    That's good! I did higher
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    (Original post by The-Deadly)
    What did you write for the limbs 6marker?
    Oh God, I can't really remember what I wrote for that - all educated guessing. I did that for a previous one on the same topic and got 6 marks, so hopefully it turns out the same!
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    Please someone tell me what they wrote for the limbs question. Unsure if I put enough detail


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    Pentactyl limbs are limbs with 5 digits. They're common in vertebrates which shows we could have evolved from a common ancestor. Veryebrates have similar bone structures. This is evident in the bird and the whale, the fingers are long which shows they could have evolved from one another.
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    What percentage did you get, for the 1st question
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    I think I did alright and found the foundation exam easy x


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    (Original post by T4441)
    What percentage did you get, for the 1st question
    15%
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    Was the leaf question a 'stomata'?
    The fill in the gap question was diffusion I think?
    And the guard cells opens during cool times in order to respire so that they provide nutrients for the plant effortlessly and water.
    Red blood cells answer should be 'tissues' ?
    Fossils are incomplete because:
    - the soft tissue decays overtime
    - the fossils do not always form
    - there are still fossils yet to be found, as they remain undiscovered.

    The chamber question, i think it was 3 times thicker?
    Obviously the left hand side has thicker walls because the heart gets contracted and has high pressure as it pumps blood to the rest of the body?
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    Just finished Edxcel Biology Higher Tier 2015 5th June B2. It was very easy in my opinion.
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    (Original post by oni176)
    Was the leaf question a 'stomata'?
    The fill in the gap question was diffusion I think?
    And the guard cells opens during cool times in order to respire so that they provide nutrients for the plant effortlessly and water.
    Red blood cells answer should be 'tissues' ?
    Fossils are incomplete because:
    - the soft tissue decays overtime
    - the fossils do not always form
    - there are still fossils yet to be found, as they remain undiscovered.

    The chamber question, i think it was 3 times thicker?
    Obviously the left hand side has thicker walls because the heart gets contracted and has high pressure as it pumps blood to the rest of the body?
    I got 2.55 times bigger, no idea what I was thinking...

    I measured both and then divided the highest one by the lowest one, and got 2.55, will I get any marks?
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    (Original post by TheDignified)
    I got 2.55 times bigger, no idea what I was thinking...

    I measured both and then divided the highest one by the lowest one, and got 2.55, will I get any marks?
    I think that there'll be a range between 2 and 4, so it should be correct I got 3
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    (Original post by Jacobisswaggy)
    I think that there'll be a range between 2 and 4, so it should be correct I got 3
    Yeah everyone I asked got 3 so I hope there will be some leeway, but thanks for the assurance.
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    What papers did you guys do? I don't recall the question about the limbs :O
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    (Original post by Jacobisswaggy)
    I think that there'll be a range between 2 and 4, so it should be correct I got 3
    Yeah, I got 3 as well
    That circulatory system diagram messed me up.. But thanks God it didn't ask many questions and because I had knowledge of the blood vessels etc.
    Leaf question was 'stomata' though isn't it? And the fertilisation question, the option was 'D' wasn't it? Both haploid.
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    I founf it hard and I am predictied an a star .wat did u write for the clonging one and what was organ x this killed me I wanted to cry
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    (Original post by oni176)
    Yeah, I got 3 as well
    That circulatory system diagram messed me up.. But thanks God it didn't ask many questions and because I had knowledge of the blood vessels etc.
    Leaf question was 'stomata' though isn't it? And the fertilisation question, the option was 'D' wasn't it? Both haploid.
    Yeah, I got that for both
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    (Original post by wdoctor123)
    What papers did you guys do? I don't recall the question about the limbs :O
    Edexcel.

    The question wasn't about limbs but it asked how can we link bla bla bla to prove something about evolution.

    And there were 5 pictures of legs/arms or whatever. (Human, Whale, Bird, Horse, and one more.)
 
 
 
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