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    Anyone have an unofficial mark scheme?
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    Can you remember any physics questions that appeared on the paper?
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    yea
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    Was the first questions answer receptor or sense organ because everyones telling me different things?..
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    (Original post by BhavyaB)
    Was the first questions answer receptor or sense organ because everyones telling me different things?..
    I wrote touch receptors but i think it was wrong
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    Oh, what do you think was the answer? I wrote sense organ because touch is a sense.
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    I wrote touch receptors but i think it was wrong
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    (Original post by BhavyaB)
    Oh, what do you think was the answer? I wrote sense organ because touch is a sense.
    Im not sure because a lot of people were saying they wrote stimuli, but I didn't write that because it was already in the question
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    just wrote receptor - hope that was right
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    Yes it was receptor then stimulus for the first two
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    It was receptor then stimulus for the first two questions.
    I'm guessing you've also done the second paper, would you like to compare.
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    Guys, what grade will I get overall if I get
    B for my biology ISA, A for b1, A for b2 and A for b3

    I really want An A overall and i am doing triple science
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    (Original post by Ddjdj)
    It was receptor then stimulus for the first two questions.
    I'm guessing you've also done the second paper, would you like to compare.
    How is vegetable oil hardened? Was it hydrogenation?
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    Heated in a nickel catalyst at around 60 degrees is the process of hydrogenation.
    It asked for the process.
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    (Original post by Ddjdj)
    Heated in a nickel catalyst at around 60 degrees is the process of hydrogenation.
    It asked for the process.
    Yep and add hydrogen gas?
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    I'm not sure, it was two marks so I didn't write anything else.
    Also did you circle carbon dioxide? I wasn't sure, I circled carbon dioxide and said it freezes at -200 degrees is that correct?
    Was the one about emulsifiers, one side attracted to oil and the other VINEGAR? because they were using vinegar not water?
 
 
 
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