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    Next week I'll be having my Biology Paper 2. In the 1st paper, there were some questions which I'd rather not try to solve again :3

    So this got me wondering, if a question is in paper 1 , is there a chance of the same question/concept being asked again during Paper 2 in the same year?

    I dont know. Im doing the same specification as you. Because biology is synoptic there is a high probability that the stuff from paper 1 may be intertwined in some of the paper 2 questions. I would just go over everything to be safe. Remember the required practicals. A good thing is we can rule out the calibration curve as a possible practical that could come up.
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