Oliver Humphries
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I am looking to resit one of the Biology AS papers, both of which I got a grade D last year. I need a B overall this year, and am undecided whether to give myself more work and do F212 (more content, but more chance of extra points), or the smaller, F211 paper, meaning I would have to do better this year. Thanks for any advice
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I am looking to resit one of the Biology AS papers, both of which I got a grade D last year. I need a B overall this year, and am undecided whether to give myself more work and do F212 (more content, but more chance of extra points), or the smaller, F211 paper, meaning I would have to do better this year. Thanks for any advice
F212. Yes it's a lot more content but imo the mark scheme allows more chance to give you the marks. I got 81/90 ums in f211 and 4 ums of an A in f212 (retaking) and I can assure you that f212 is mostly common sense. Ie 'what illnesses can obesity cause?': cancer, arthritis, high blood pressure, atherosclerosis, the list goes on.

Try and smash both f214 and f215. F214 you can easily get an a in. You can do it OP

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How much revision are you guys doing for your resits? I'm retaking the F211 paper (supposedly the 'easy' one) and I don't really know how much attention I should pay to it.
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