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    I wonder what comes up next...more business studies? History? Economics?
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    Ive already revised for it and i just need to read over my notes and do one or two past papers (if theres even a point of doing it) but i think alot of graph and table related questions will come up i just wanna know what the 6 marker will be cos the biology one was amazing
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    Let's hope not! XD

    At least now we all know to revise the 'how science works' bit of the specification that most of us ignored before...

    I don't think they will have made all the exams as weird as the Biology though... or I hope not, at least.

    Do you think you're prepared?
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    (Original post by s.mo)
    Ive already revised for it and i just need to read over my notes and do one or two past papers (if theres even a point of doing it) but i think alot of graph and table related questions will come up i just wanna know what the 6 marker will be cos the biology one was amazing
    6 marker is probably limestone extraction and quarrying ....i think.

    It could also be to state and evaluate advantages and disadvantages of a certain topic
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    (Original post by Dizgurl)
    6 marker is probably limestone extraction and quarrying ....i think.

    It could also be to state and evaluate advantages and disadvantages of a certain topic
    That's exactly what I'm revising now! Mind reader O.o
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    Do you know what's likely to come up on the paper, (i hope that dont mess with it again)
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    (Original post by yaystrawberries)
    Let's hope not! XD

    At least now we all know to revise the 'how science works' bit of the specification that most of us ignored before...

    I don't think they will have made all the exams as weird as the Biology though... or I hope not, at least.

    Do you think you're prepared?
    Prepared? Was till I saw B1 paper...
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    (Original post by MissChameleon)
    That's exactly what I'm revising now! Mind reader O.o
    haha...it's just a guess...might be wrong. Good luck with your revision and tomorrow
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    (Original post by Dizgurl)
    haha...it's just a guess...might be wrong. Good luck with your revision and tomorrow
    Thanks you too!

    Has anyone seen this prediction video?it's pretty good
    https://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&rc...22448493,d.ZGg
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    if its anything like the bio paper is there even a point of revising anymore? Might as well become one of those alcoholic rats or drunk 15yr olds and wing it
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    (Original post by possolik)
    I don't know how to revise for it anymore at this point...

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    Go over potential 6 markers (Limestone polymers, Miller-Ure, Structure of Earth) that always helps
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    (Original post by possolik)
    Can someone explain the Miller-Urey? What are you exactly meant to say? Also, what is the difference between the mixture of gases in that experiment and the alternative 'primordial soup' theory?


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    The Miller-Urey experiment is evidence for the Primordial Soup Theory. The experiment stimulated a version of early earth with all the gases presumably present on early earth to test the Primordial Soup theory and see whether life could be created from gases present and a form of energy (lightning).

    Miller and Urey sealed a mixture of water, ammonia, methane and hydrogen in a sterile flask. The mixture was heated to produce water vapour. Electric sparks were passed through the mixture of water vapour and gases, simulating lightning. After a week, amino acids, the building blocks for proteins, were found.
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    Anyone thinking this?

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    (Original post by MissChameleon)
    Thanks you too!

    Has anyone seen this prediction video?it's pretty good
    https://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&rc...22448493,d.ZGg
    omg thank you for this ^^^
 
 
 
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