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I know there's just been 1 past paper for the new spec. -_- But does anyone have any predictions for the upcoming papers in June?
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I know there's just been 1 past paper for the new spec. -_- But does anyone have any predictions for the upcoming papers in June?
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not really a prediction but since ocr hate us so much, i'm gonna say that there will hardly be any questions that require detailed knowledge of the spec, but just loads of critical thinking and application questions.
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Lol 50% will be practical skills, maths questions and comen sense critical thinking type questions. so i would say practice that. I dont remember a lot of module 2 there like cell membranes , osmosis and enzymes ect
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Photosynthesis
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Photosynthesis
How about for paper 2?
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How about for paper 2?
They didn't ask any questions on statistical tests on paper 1 so I reckon that'll come up on paper 2 and 3
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They didn't ask any questions on statistical tests on paper 1 so I reckon that'll come up on paper 2 and 3
What are the statistical tests?
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What are the statistical tests?
Standard deviation is the only one that could possibly have come up on paper 1 but the other tests are:

Students t-test
Chi-squared
Simpson’s index of biodiversity
Hardy-Weinberg principle
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Standard deviation is the only one that could possibly have come up on paper 1 but the other tests are:

Students t-test
Chi-squared
Simpson’s index of biodiversity
Hardy-Weinberg principle
What could they ask the t test with?
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Biodiversity because the t-test is about comparing the means of 2 two populations/ variables to see how similar they are so it might give you a question about population sizes or the sizes of leaves on plants in two different environments anything biodiversity/ populations related
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