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Hey I thought that I should add a forum where we can all collectively predict (guess?) what MIGHT come up in this years paper!
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Nice!
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Primrose kitten's predicted papers predicted a 6 marker about the heart, required practical being the pondweed one and aerobic and anaerobic respiration etc, not sure though
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Potential 6 markers: how the digestive/circulatory system works, adaptations of cells/organs, comparison of cell transport - diffusion, osmosis, etc, transport of water/food through plant, and methods for the required practicals.

They didn't ask about the photosynthesis and microscopy practicals, so they might come up. They might even bring in Paper 2 practicals like they did with the decay practical. Sneaky, AQA, sneaky.
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I'm sure diffusion stuff is a given. Like, vegetables and osmosis and what not, always comes up I think.

I also think they'll ask about heart/digestive/circulatory systems.
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her predicted papers seem unrealistic and the mark schemes are very odd, or am i the only one who thinks this
(Original post by lulu9121)
Primrose kitten's predicted papers predicted a 6 marker about the heart, required practical being the pondweed one and aerobic and anaerobic respiration etc, not sure though
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her predicted papers seem unrealistic and the mark schemes are very odd, or am i the only one who thinks this
I agree with you. On her predicted paper, there was 4 marks just for writing the word equation for photosynthesis. In one of the Combined specimen papers, they only gave you 1 mark for writing the word equation for photosynthesis. And there was also an 8 marker about the structure of the heart - but the highest mark questions they'll ever give you in the exam is a 6 marker?
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Totally agree with you some of the paper is badly worded. I'm sure these topics have a good chance of coming up, but I am not sure if it is going to be worded in the way she has created them. It's very odd.
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I agree with you. On her predicted paper, there was 4 marks just for writing the word equation for photosynthesis. In one of the Combined specimen papers, they only gave you 1 mark for writing the word equation for photosynthesis. And there was also an 8 marker about the structure of the heart - but the highest mark questions they'll ever give you in the exam is a 6 marker?
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