Unofficial Mark Scheme for Biology Paper 1 Edexcel GCSE Combined Higher Watch

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What answers did you get in your exam?
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For the BMI and waist to hip ratio question I put person B is healthy
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For the BMI and waist to hip ratio question I put person B is healthy
Yeah because of the muscle weighing more than the fat. What about the magnification one?
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Yeah because of the muscle weighing more than the fat. What about the magnification one?
Did you answer for person A with a bmi of 22 or person B with a Bmi of 27??
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Yeah because of the muscle weighing more than the fat. What about the magnification one?
I just put multiply the eyepiece lens by the objective
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Yeah because of the muscle weighing more than the fat. What about the magnification one?
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I just put multiply the eyepiece lens by the objective
did they ask you to say which one was more healthy? i swear they just said to explain what male A's weight distribution was.
i talked about him not being obese due to like you said the muscle fat, and i talked about how i worked it out using the wasit:hip ratio. but i didnt say that B was more healthy. im scared now
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I just put multiply the eyepiece lens by the objective
You had to work out the magnification of the two lenses I think it was 3 marks and the total magnification was x400. That one?
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did they ask you to say which one was more healthy? i swear they just said to explain what male A's weight distribution was.
i talked about him not being obese due to like you said the muscle fat, and i talked about how i worked it out using the wasit:hip ratio. but i didnt say that B was more healthy. im scared now
Yh it only said describe the weight distribution
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Yh it only said describe the weight distribution
right kay/ phew
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what did u guys get for the subcellular structure of potatoe and the leaf question
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I basically put One has chloroplast and one doesn’t put in a longer sentence
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what did u guys get for the subcellular structure of potatoe and the leaf question
I said that the leaves have chlorophyll, which makes it green because it needs to be photosynthesised, and the potato doesn't have chlorophyll because it isn't green. What did you put? Chlorophyll is a subcellular organelle right?

What did you put for the poppies and genetically modified yeast??
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I basically put One has chloroplast and one doesn’t put in a longer sentence
Could you have put chlorophyll?
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right kay/ phew
Was there a question about punnet squares, some gene stuff because I keep on seeing everyone talk about it???
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Could you have put chlorophyll?
Yh I think so cos tbh (mostly) anything inside a cell is a sub cellular structure
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Yh I think so cos tbh (mostly) anything inside a cell is a sub cellular structure
what about stomata?
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Was there a question about punnet squares, some gene stuff because I keep on seeing everyone talk about it???
punnet squares? are sure they are on about edexcel combined bio p1?? they didnt come in. but stuff about the human genome project came in
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what did u guys get for the subcellular structure of potatoe and the leaf question

For that question I was confused whether they were asking me for talk about the stomota or normal plant cell. I wrote about normal plant cell because stomota is in paper 2 (I hope anyways)
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punnet squares? are sure they are on about edexcel combined bio p1?? they didnt come in. but stuff about the human genome project came in
It is in B1 I never saw the question but every forum I go to says there was but I think they were doing separate or foundation
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For that question I was confused whether they were asking me for talk about the stomota or normal plant cell. I wrote about normal plant cell because stomota is in paper 2 (I hope anyways)
sh*t. i wrote stomata. coz you find that in leafs and not potatoes. omg i wrote it right at the end. 1 sec before the invagilater said put pens down. i think i mustve even spelt it as stomato coz of how much i was rushing.i seriously messed up/my.life.is.over
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