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[insert cool banner with comic sans]

[insert inspiring story]

[insert amazing grades along the line of 15A*s and a B]

[insert whinge about the B]

["I'm not smart"]

[>does maths, fm, physics, compsci or some other digusting combination]

[???]

[profit]


Hi. I had a GYG in Year 10 (11?). I made like 5 posts on it before forgetting about it till the end of Year 12. I was clearly born for this GYG thing.

This is going to be the most atrociously low effort GYG you've ever seen. What subjects? What grades? Unis??? Subject?? What ambitions?

lul.

Enjoy.
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just me helping u medic bitccs out

BMAT BIOLOGY

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Biology Section 1 — Cells and Cell Processes
Cells
Bacteria
Antibiotic Resistance
DNA
Enzymes
Respiration
Solute Exchange — Active Transport
Diffusion
Osmosis
Osmosis

Biology Section 2 — Organs and Systems
Cell Organisation
The Digestive System
The Lungs
The Breathing System
The Circulatory System
Blood Clotting and Transfusions
Heart Rate

Biology Section 3 — Nerves, Hormones and Homeostasis
The Nervous System
Neurons
Synapses and Reflexes
Hormones
Homeostasis
Controlling Body Temperature
Controlling Blood Glucose
The Kidneys and Homeostasis
Controlling Water Content

Biology Section 4 — Genes, Reproduction and Evolution
Genes, Chromosomes and DNA
Cell Division — Mitosis
Cell Division — Meiosis
X and Y Chromosomes
Genetic Diagrams
Genetic Disorders
Stem Cells
Genetic Engineering
Gene Therapy
Variation
Evolution
Extinction

Biology Section 5 — Energy Flow
Interactions Between Organisms
Environmental Change
Pyramids of Biomass
Energy Transfer
Decay
Carbon Cycle
Nitrogen Cycle



BMAT CHEMISTRY

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Chemistry Section 1 — Chemical Concepts
Atoms and Elements
The Periodic Table
Electron Shells, Compounds, Chemical Formulas and Reactions
Kinetic Theory and Forces Between Particles
Solutions


Chemistry Section 2 — Products from Rocks
Getting Metals from Rocks
The Reactivity Series
Extraction of Metals
Properties of Metals


Chemistry Section 3 — Carbon Chemistry
Fractional Distillation of Crude Oil
Alkanes
Alkenes
Polymers
Burning Fuels
Alcohols
Carboxylic Acids
Carboxylic Acids


Chemistry Section 4 — Classifying materials
Isotopes and Relative Atomic Mass
Ionic Bonding n stuff
Group 1 — The Alkali Metals
Group 7 — The Halogens
Group 8 — The Noble Gases
Covalent Bonding n Substances
Metallic Structures
Transition Metals

Chemistry Section 5 — Equations and Calculations
Relative Formula Mass
Formula Mass Calculations
Empirical Formulas and Molar Volume
Conservation of Mass
Percentage Yield and Reversible Reactions


Chemistry Section 6 — Chemical Change
Acids and Alkalis
Acids Reacting with Metals
Oxides, Hydroxides and Carbonates
Salts
Redox Reactions


Chemistry Section 7 — Reaction Rates and Energy Changes
Rate of Reaction
Collision Theory
Catalysts
Energy
Bond Energies
Equilibrium
The Haber Process

Chemistry Section 8 — Chemical Analysis and Electrolysis
Flame Tests and Gas Tests
Tests for Positive Ions
Tests for Negative Ions
Chromatography
Moles and Titration
Purity
Electrolysis
Separating Techniques

Chemistry Section 9 — Water, Pollution and Energy
Hardness of Water
Hydrogen


BMAT PHYSICS

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Physics Section 1 — Heat and Energy
Heat and Temperature
Conduction
Convection
Radiation
Condensation and Evaporation
Density
Efficiency

Physics Section 2 — Waves and Their Effects
Wave Basics
Reflection
Refraction
Ionising Radiation
X-Rays and Gamma Rays

Physics Section 3 — Forces and Energy
Speed and Velocity
Distance-Time Graphs
Acceleration
Velocity-Time Graphs
Weight, Mass and Gravity
Forces
Momentum and Collisions
Work Done
Power
Car Design and Safety

Physics Section 4 — Electricity
Electrical Conductors
Static Electricity
Current and Electricity
Potential Difference
Circuits
Electromagnetic Induction
Transformers

Physics Section 5 — The Atom and Radioactivity
Atoms and Ionising Radiation 2
Half-Life
Radioactivity Safety
Nuclear Fission
Nuclear Fusion

Physics Section 6 — Other Applications of Physics
X-rays in Medicine
Ultrasound
The Heart and Pacemakers
Star Spectra
Red-shift and the Doppler Effect
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some more stuff in this post l8er
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on today's agenda:

C2+3 revision 4 maffs
bmat bio
chem; energy packs



will i get them done? prolly not. but that's cool. that's what studying is all about. everyone on here seems to be doing so well, studying 15< hours a day and getting 5A*s but it's aight, i'll just go at my own pace. we're all at different points on the learning curves
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Chemistry; A2
[@lapincherub tumblr]
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Chemistry; A2
Are those your notes? :eek3:
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Are those your notes? :eek3:
yikes i wasn't expecting anyone to stumble onto this. check out @lapincherub on tumblr for more (as mentioned under the new picture)
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Seriously though, are those your notes? :eek3:
Good luck with the BMAT! :rave:
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