Biology Edexcel U5 Scientific Article June 2019 Watch

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Hey Guys, has anyone taken a look at the article for June 2019 yet?
I'm sitting the Edexcel IAL exam. Got the article on Friday, but I'm not exactly sure how to approach it.
Any idea about supposed questions?

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EDIT: The article is posted below
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Can you please upload the article?
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I think many questions will be related to neurotransmission and how action potentials are generated.
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I think many questions will be related to neurotransmission and how action potentials are generated.
Yeah, I also noticed a lot about proteins and enzymes, their structure and function...
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Can you please upload the article?
I’ll post a link in the original post in a bit.
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Okay..if it’s not working can you email it plz?
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I’ll post a link in the original post in a bit.
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the article has not been uploaded on pearson
how can you get it ?
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Here's the article !!!!!
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Agreed. I also think Proteins and Enzymes will come up.
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I think many questions will be related to neurotransmission and how action potentials are generated.
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It is on Pearson. It is locked, so teachers who have codes can access it.
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the article has not been uploaded on pearson
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I've posted it
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Agreed. I also think Proteins and Enzymes will come up.
Yeah I agree, I think they'll ask how the primary structure determines the tertiary structure
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Yeah, and specific shapes of Enzymes.
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Yeah I agree, I think they'll ask how the primary structure determines the tertiary structure
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I got it thanks!! Why does it look so weird and different than other papers?
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It's because I had to convert it into a word document to get rid of the red lines that a lot of papers from Pearson have, and then back to PDF to upload it, but the paragraph numbers are accurate, as is the number of paragraphs per page. I tried to line it up to be the same as the original.
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I got it thanks!! Why does it look so weird and different than other papers?
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Thank you sooooo much
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