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    Does anyone have any tips for core science AQA.
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    (Original post by Habina786xx)
    Does anyone have any tips for core science AQA.
    Im expecting a B/A
    I find chemistry difficult and feel unmotivated at times
    I find making notes helps to reinforce things in my brain. Maybe make these with a textbook nearby so you can try to understand the things you don't.
    Do loads of questions too and just keep going.
    You can do it!
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    What Level are you working at? (GCSE, A-level)
    GCSE core science.
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    I find making notes helps to reinforce things in my brain. Maybe make these with a textbook nearby so you can try to understand the things you don't.
    Do loads of questions too and just keep going.
    You can do it!
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    Describing the path taken by a nerve impulse:
    The stimulus (bee) is detected by receptors in the eye. The receptor responds and sends an electrical impulse along a sensory neurone to the co-ordinator (aka the spinal cord). The electrical impulse is passed to a relay neurone inside the spinal cord and then on to the motor neurone. Between each neurone is a tiny gap called a synapse. The motor neurone carries the impulse to the effector. The muscle contracts and shuts the eye to the bee. This is the response.

    Sorry it's so late but I hope this helps! My exam board are quite specific so it may be too much detail.
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    Describing the path taken by a nerve impulse:
    The stimulus (bee) is detected by receptors in the eye. The receptor responds and sends an electrical impulse along a sensory neurone to the co-ordinator (aka the spinal cord). The electrical impulse is passed to a relay neurone inside the spinal cord and then on to the motor neurone. Between each neurone is a tiny gap called a synapse. The motor neurone carries the impulse to the effector. The muscle contracts and shuts the eye to the bee. This is the response.

    Sorry it's so late but I hope this helps! My exam board are quite specific so it may be too much detail.
    At synapse chemicals are released called neuron transmitters?

    Aw no it's fine xx


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    At synapse chemicals are released called neuron transmitters?

    Aw no it's fine xx


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    Possibly? I thought that the electrical impulse was the neuron and that they were being transmitted via nerves or something similar?
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    Possibly? I thought that the electrical impulse was the neuron and that they were being transmitted via nerves or something similar?
    I think at synapses chemicals are released?


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