Higher Human Biology 2018/19 Watch

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(Original post by Quez_72)
Anyone got any idea what topic the essay questions will be on ? Or Is there even a way to predict this ?
There is too much things that the 8 mark question could be on.
As long as you have revised you will be able to pick up some marks.
Also, you have 2 choices so choose the one you are more comfortable with.
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Anyone got any links to any practice papers?
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glowscotland.org.uk/nl/coltnesshsscience/higher-biology/higher-human-biology-past-papers/
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Any advise for cramming from now till exam (I need it)
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Anybody got any tips I haven’t started studying yet and I neeeeed help with unit 1
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Anybody got any tips I haven’t started studying yet and I neeeeed help with unit 1
use quizlet and try and learn all the key facts and definitions, im pretty much doing that and doing as many past papers as possible. good luck!!
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can someone help me with the following questions please,
2015: mutiple choice q20
2016: mutiple choice q19
2017: mutiple choice q20
2018: mutiple choice q20
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(Original post by nimrah001)
can someone help me with the following questions please,
2015: mutiple choice q20
2016: mutiple choice q19
2017: mutiple choice q20
2018: mutiple choice q20
I'll try and give you hints, rather than going straight in with the answer, as usually that will be more helpful

2015, Q20: This one is just a case of taking each piece of information one at a time, and reading carefully when it comes to the different names and the table at the bottom (they're not in the order they were introduced in!). For example- leucopenia, you're looking for a graph that goes below 4 x 10^9- there's only one graph that shows this, so that narrows down your choices straight away. What graph do you think matches up with each description?

2016 Q19: This one is really a knowledge question- you will either know the answer or you won't...The SQA don't often put any words in bold, so go back to your notes on this section and look at what happens straight after mast cells release histamine.

2017 Q20: Again, this one is a fact that you'll either know or you won't. Global outbreaks of disease are pandemic.

2018 Q20: This is another problem solving one, where the best technique is really to take it all one at a time to establish which one isn't true. Make sure that you are using the white bars and the scale on the left for infection X and the shaded bars with the scale on the right for infection Y!
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