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llama_whisperer
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what do you think about the exam, i honestly think that i'm done for

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p.s i did higher tier
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it was ok 6 markers were quite limited
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What was the answer for the bladder wrack question?
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What was the answer for the bladder wrack question?
i said that it can trap oxygen for growth or something like that
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What was the answer for the bladder wrack question?
The 'bladders' (air sacs) in the seaweed allow it to stand upright underwater as the air pulls it towards the surface of the sea as air is less dense than water. This allows it to absorb more light energy from the sun, which is essential for photosynthesis!
The onyl reason I knew that was because one of the 2014 Biology papers had a question about bladder wracks and I remembered the answer :P
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was the question about part of liver cell controlling enzymes the nucleus or ribosomes? So confused
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I did a ton of revision, dont think it was that bad apart from some vague common sense questions and confusing calculations.
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Has anyone got the unofficial mark scheme ?
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(Original post by RachJess4)
The 'bladders' (air sacs) in the seaweed allow it to stand upright underwater as the air pulls it towards the surface of the sea as air is less dense than water. This allows it to absorb more light energy from the sun, which is essential for photosynthesis!
The onyl reason I knew that was because one of the 2014 Biology papers had a question about bladder wracks and I remembered the answer :P
Same. That's why I knew I should write carbon dioxide/light and not oxygen.
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(Original post by RachJess4)
The 'bladders' (air sacs) in the seaweed allow it to stand upright underwater as the air pulls it towards the surface of the sea as air is less dense than water. This allows it to absorb more light energy from the sun, which is essential for photosynthesis!
The onyl reason I knew that was because one of the 2014 Biology papers had a question about bladder wracks and I remembered the answer :P
damn man got another question wrong!
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I found the aqa higher tier exam really easy! I dont think I had a problem with a single question, and the 6 marker was a blessing.
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Yep, flopped that really bad. could not have done any worse
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Yep, flopped that really bad. could not have done any worse
same here
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same here
Now, I'm seriously worried about the other cores :3
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me too, the others who took the test said that it was easy...all that revision for nothing T_T
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Hi, I said the air sacs provide carbon dioxide for the bladder wrack. carbon dioxide is needed for photosyntheses which provides energy for more growth.. is that right?
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UNOFFICIAL MARKSCHEME HERE: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1...EifYjeQ5A/edit
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That's what I wrote
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Hi, I said the air sacs provide carbon dioxide for the bladder wrack. carbon dioxide is needed for photosyntheses which provides energy for more growth.. is that right?
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I counted about 41-43.. is that enough for an a*>?
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I counted about 41-43.. is that enough for an a*>?
seems like a definite B and above to me, i got 38
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