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    Did anyone else find the WJEC Biology 2 exam higher tier fairly difficult? Will the grade boundaries be low?
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    It was alright i reckon, what did u put for cancer causing chemicals in cigarettes?
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    (Original post by CAPTAINCREEST)
    It was alright i reckon, what did u put for cancer causing chemicals in cigarettes?
    I put carcinogens I think
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    I put carcinogens I think
    same It was a stupid question because it asked for an exact chemical when we shouldn't have to know one, anyway I couldn't think of ,much to put down for the first QWC other than the percentages and whether the gas levels increased or decreased, did you put anything else down?
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    same It was a stupid question because it asked for an exact chemical when we shouldn't have to know one, anyway I couldn't think of ,much to put down for the first QWC other than the percentages and whether the gas levels increased or decreased, did you put anything else down?
    No that's all I put as well but we hadn't learnt the percentages or anything about expired air in school so I didn't know much but wrote what I could. Also with the syringe question about yeast cells and osmosis I completely spaced about respiration and the production of carbon dioxide so I haven't done very well on that question either. It's not looking very hopeful for me haha
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    (Original post by Ffion.davies24)
    No that's all I put as well but we hadn't learnt the percentages or anything about expired air in school so I didn't know much but wrote what I could. Also with the syringe question about yeast cells and osmosis I completely spaced about respiration and the production of carbon dioxide so I haven't done very well on that question either. It's not looking very hopeful for me haha
    Don't worry, im sure you did fine you only really need 50% for an A, what school you in?
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    Don't worry, im sure you did fine you only really need 50% for an A, what school you in?
    Thanks, that's actually quite reassuring Ysgol Bro Hyddgen in Machynlleth, you?
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    Thanks, that's actually quite reassuring Ysgol Bro Hyddgen in Machynlleth, you?
    St Clares Porthcawl:banana:
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    St Clares Porthcawl:banana:
    No idea haha
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    (Original post by Ffion.davies24)
    No idea haha
    No one else on here does wjec oh well
    , follow me on insta:edpyves :cool:
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    No one else on here does wjec oh well
    , follow me on insta:edpyves :cool:
    Mine's ffion_daviess
 
 
 
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