Official Edexcel Biology A Paper 1:Lifestyle,Transport,Genes and Health - 25th of May Watch

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This is the official thread for this unit. Please message me any resources you find useful and I will post them here to the original post.

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These helped me make a turn around in my mocks, need to print out and follow instructions Technocrat Notes Originals
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How was it guys? I think I did well! Only that one mark question with the 3 variables... That was confusing to me 😂
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How was it guys? I think I did well! Only that one mark question with the 3 variables... That was confusing to me 😂
Itwass a really good paper . The three variables are connected , more fibrin in the blood means more blood clotting and this blocks the arteries and reduces blood/oxygen flow so the person breathes more .
Where there any questions related to cystic fibrosis in the paper?
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Itwass a really good paper . The three variables are connected , more fibrin in the blood means more blood clotting and this blocks the arteries and reduces blood/oxygen flow so the person breathes more .
Where there any questions related to cystic fibrosis in the paper?
Oh haha I did the as level paper. There were Cf related questions there. And pardon me, I meant the question about the percentage of carbs, lipids and protein eaten (or something like that) by different animals . My mind is destroyed after that workload haha
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Oh haha I did the as level paper. There were Cf related questions there. And pardon me, I meant the question about the percentage of carbs, lipids and protein eaten (or something like that) by different animals . My mind is destroyed after that workload haha
oohhh im sorry i did the ial paper , wrong thread
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I found that triangular graph question okay, once I got my head around it! So glad there was a nice question on CF though!!
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the paper was really good BUT
there was this uestion about a pedigree diagram.
I drew a bloody genetic cross diagram!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i didnt read the question properly!
guys do you think ill lose all four marks???
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Does anyone know where l can find an unofficial mark scheme for this paper??
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anyone ????
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Does anyone know where l can find an unofficial mark scheme for this paper??
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Does anyone know where l can find an unofficial mark scheme for this paper??
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