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    (Original post by Desouza123)
    Did anyone put the hinge region for the antibody MCQ?
    Yeah i did too.
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    (Original post by M0nkey Thunder)
    Surely you'd have to mention complementary base pairing.
    I got that too


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    (Original post by Desouza123)
    Did anyone put the hinge region for the antibody MCQ?
    Yupp got that


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    What are your minimum grades to stay on the course next year?


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    I'm annoyed that calculating Simpson's index, standard deviation, student's t-test etc didn't come up.
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    Oh no! I misread the question!

    I put that the deoxyribose sugar binds to a phosphate group to form the sugar phosphate backbone.

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    (Original post by Desouza123)
    Did anyone else get 0.63 for the chromatography MCQ
    Yeahhhhh


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    (Original post by Jitesh)
    doubt it will be higher than 56
    it's almost never been at 80% for an A, 80% ums is usually about 64-72% overall,
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    I thought it was the Bohr effect


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    (Original post by htrowslec)
    it's almost never been at 80% for an A, 80% ums is usually about 64-72% overall,
    It was easier compared to the past papers from the old spec
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    (Original post by Black Rose)
    I'm annoyed that calculating Simpson's index, standard deviation, student's t-test etc didn't come up.
    sign from ocr that it'll be in the depth maybe?
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    (Original post by Inbetweenersfan)
    Oh no! I misread the question!

    I put that the deoxyribose sugar binds to a phosphate group to form the sugar phosphate backbone.

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    I did this too, talked about phosphodiester bonds
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    (Original post by Jitesh)
    It was easier compared to the past papers from the old spec
    Sorry, haven't read a context but did you just say this exam was easier compared to the old spec papers Oo0?


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    anyone want to make a mark scheme ? if people can remember questions???
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    (Original post by jemmaveness1)
    anyone want to make a mark scheme ? if people can remember questions???
    I can remember a few
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    (Original post by Desouza123)
    Did anyone put the hinge region for the antibody MCQ?
    Yep I got that to
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    does someone know how to make one of those google docs?
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    (Original post by Black Rose)
    I'm annoyed that calculating Simpson's index, standard deviation, student's t-test etc didn't come up.
    Expect it to come up on depth. It wasn't really likely to come up on this because these were short answer questions thats why I didnt revise it. So just be ready for the next one because it will be like 3-4 marks
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    for the source/sink question did anyone get 1 letter for the first one (i cant remember which) and 3 for the second one
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    (Original post by Jitesh)
    sign from ocr that it'll be in the depth maybe?
    Maybe, hoping it'll better than the maths in this paper anyway!
 
 
 
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