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    (Original post by Desouza123)
    For the MCQ on what is present in eukaryotes and prokaryotes did you put ribosomes?
    Also for the transpiration MCQ I think it was the Water filter did not have to be covered whilst taking readings. Not too sure.
    Yeh I put ribosomes as well. I think I put the one about the screw for that one?
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    Thought this exam went really well accept the water potential of the potato (wasn't sure on how the mark scheme will be)

    Did anyone else find it relatively easy?
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    (Original post by SuperHuman98)
    Whatt did you guys get for the SA:Vol MCQ?
    B was the answer
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    (Original post by hafsa473)
    Ah sehr interessant...I'm clueless as to how I should revise
    Learning mark schemes is by far the best thing to do because they do very similar questions each year and they have the exact same answers and this way you also know how to word your answers
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    (Original post by Lauren99)
    I wrote In situ, I thought ex situ was what they'd already done?
    youre probably right. I don't know biology.
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    (Original post by HarrisonGCSE)
    Sounds good I said do more readings between the values 0.2 and 0.3 to determine the concentration of sucrose where the change in mass is zero rather than plot a calibration curve. Do u think this would be accepted?
    I said that too, IDK if its worthy of the marks?
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    (Original post by habibtii)
    youre probably right. I don't know biology.
    I wrote same as you. Ex Situ..
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    Did anyone else get 0.63 for the chromatography MCQ
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    (Original post by Desouza123)
    Did anyone else get 0.63 for the chromatography MCQ
    Yes!! Pretty sure that was right
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    (Original post by Desouza123)
    Ohh damn I didnt know you had to convert it into cm Thanks anyway
    Lmao. I didn't know HOW to convert it! I absolutely forgot about the conversion rates.......
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    Was the question on ventricular sistole 0.2-0.3 right?
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    (Original post by Neelthesuperdude)
    Was the question on ventricular sistole 0.2-0.3 right?
    That's what I got 😊
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    (Original post by TH3-FL45H)
    Where'd you hear that?

    6600% increase in oxygen
    1005 cm^3
    28% guanine

    Were there any other maths questions?
    I think I asked you about your a2 maths or something last year on one of the 21C threads
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    (Original post by Neelthesuperdude)
    Was the question on ventricular sistole 0.2-0.3 right?
    Pretty sure because that is when the pressure increased rapidly
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    (Original post by hshahbaz)
    can someone predict the grade boundaries?
    just want an idea
    I'm going to guess 56/70 for an A but it's been less than 80% in the past... the questions were more approachable this time though IMO
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    (Original post by Neelthesuperdude)
    Was the question on ventricular sistole 0.2-0.3 right?
    Was that the 2nd option, B? I think I did that too
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    (Original post by Neelthesuperdude)
    How are two polynucleotides in DNA held together:

    - Adenine pairs to Thymine, Cytosine pairs to Guanine
    - 2 Hydrogen bonds between A and T, 3 Hydrogen bonds between G and C
    - A purine bonds to a pyramidine

    THis is what i put for that question
    Surely you'd have to mention complementary base pairing.
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    Did anyone put the hinge region for the antibody MCQ?
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    (Original post by Neelthesuperdude)
    How are two polynucleotides in DNA held together:

    - Adenine pairs to Thymine, Cytosine pairs to Guanine
    - 2 Hydrogen bonds between A and T, 3 Hydrogen bonds between G and C
    - A purine bonds to a pyramidine

    THis is what i put for that question
    I mentioned anti-parallel strands as well
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    (Original post by M0nkey Thunder)
    Would around 53-55 be an A? I don't know how much the grade boundaries are going to shift but i feel like a lot of people found it easy..
    doubt it will be higher than 56
 
 
 
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