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Any predictions of what will come up?
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Looking forward to this thread
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Things that didn’t come up last year in paper 1. Is this a good approach? I am so scared for Biology.
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Maybe. Same, how much 'revision' have you done?
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Things that didn’t come up last year in paper 1. Is this a good approach? I am so scared for Biology.
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Things that didn’t come up last year in paper 1. Is this a good approach? I am so scared for Biology.
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How much revision have you done?
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I’m so scared for biology 😭 we just finished the content and can’t remember like 70% of it
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We haven't finished content yet bahahahaha, you're all invited to my funeral which happens to fall on the same date as results day
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Well I don't count how much I do a day but I would say I have gone through almost every topic but I don't remember much from module 6. tbh there are bits and bobs that I don't remember from every topic
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I'd say I can recall about 50% of it right now but I've been over every topic a few months ago so I can work through topics quite easily.
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Who else is finding biology the hardest out of all 3 subjects and I’ve only revised year 12 topics I don’t really know much year 13 😭 how is everyone else doing ?
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Same, i find it hard to remember everything. I reckon kidney and the heart will come up as it hasn't come up yet on the new spec.
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Who else is finding biology the hardest out of all 3 subjects and I’ve only revised year 12 topics I don’t really know much year 13 😭 how is everyone else doing ?
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Who else is finding biology the hardest out of all 3 subjects and I’ve only revised year 12 topics I don’t really know much year 13 😭 how is everyone else doing ?
I do maths and chemistry but I find Biology the hardest because I'm so bad at memorising the large content
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I do maths and chemistry but I find Biology the hardest because I'm so bad at memorising the large content
I do same and when I started A Level, I thought maths and chemistry would be more difficult but I realised slowly that Biology is the most difficult. With Maths and Chemistry is seriously 2 years of practice and playing with the subject. Biology I hate it so much words, data, random maths questions, drawing explaining practical etc... it’s not even the content. It’s 100% exam technique.
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Same. Make sure you do all the past papers for chem, most questions are repeated but just in a different style.
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I do same and when I started A Level, I thought maths and chemistry would be more difficult but I realised slowly that Biology is the most difficult. With Maths and Chemistry is seriously 2 years of practice and playing with the subject. Biology I hate it so much words, data, random maths questions, drawing explaining practical etc... it’s not even the content. It’s 100% exam technique.
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ocr bio don't even test your knowledge only put it into context
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what came up last year?
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We cant really predict now, we can make predictions after paper 1.
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I've been through the papers and there are a few topics that haven't been asked much (if at all):
1. Roles of cytoskeleton
2. Fish and insect ventilation and fish dissection
3. Bohr shift and fetal/adult haemoglobin curves
4. Domains and kingdoms
5. Timber and fish sustainability
6. Methods of plant cloning (everybody's favourite)

I plan on making a full list of topics that they didn't ask in the 2017/2018 papers soon.
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I feel like there will be a big question on immunity and translocation this year or the cell cycle.
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I've been through the papers and there are a few topics that haven't been asked much (if at all):
1. Roles of cytoskeleton
2. Fish and insect ventilation and fish dissection
3. Bohr shift and fetal/adult haemoglobin curves
4. Domains and kingdoms
5. Timber and fish sustainability
6. Methods of plant cloning (everybody's favourite)

I plan on making a full list of topics that they didn't ask in the 2017/2018 papers soon.
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