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    I know thereare other threads like this one but.....How is everyone revising for this?! :confused: Its so different to the Chemistry one where central concepts is completely new material! I can't be arsed to go through EVERYTHING i've ever done in Biology A level :eek: , so will probably just go over key topics I'm no so hot on? What about everyone else? Are you even revising for this exam paper?!
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    (Original post by DivineComedy)
    I know thereare other threads like this one but.....How is everyone revising for this?! :confused: Its so different to the Chemistry one where central concepts is completely new material! I can't be arsed to go through EVERYTHING i've ever done in Biology A level :eek: , so will probably just go over key topics I'm no so hot on? What about everyone else? Are you even revising for this exam paper?!
    Central Concepts? You mean Unifying Concepts (synoptic)? That paper tests understanding more than it does knowledge, so, whilst you're not expected to have in-depth factual knowledge (such as know every enzyme involved in respiration/photosynthesis or protein synthesis) they do expect you to understand the processes involved; the why, the where, and the how.
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    Sorry, yes I meant unifying concepts...too much Biology is frazzling my brain! :rolleyes:
 
 
 
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