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For the exams are we meant to know about practical knowledge such as the procedure of the experiment and so forth or not?
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They will ask you certain questions that are related to the practicals. Like with aqa they can ask you to work out the mitotic index and that
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Yeah, they can ask you why they do certain procedures, and how they do them. They will also ask you to interpret results from these practicals.
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Sometimes they can require you to write a practical yourself.. similar to the ones you've done obviously but reciting the steps of it could easily be a question.
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Fair enough with the procedure, but with the results I obtained and my hypothesis, would they require that in the essay too or not?
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Sometimes they can require you to write a practical yourself.. similar to the ones you've done obviously but reciting the steps of it could easily be a question.
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With hypothesise - they may ask you to write your own either a normal or a null hypothesis.
Or they will give you a hypothesis and a set of results (usually in a graph) and ask you to analyse whether they were correct or not.
But you don't have to memorise any hypothesise from your practicals as if they ask you for a hypothesis they will usually give you a lot of background on the investigation.

You don't have to remember any results from your required practicals that you obtained however you could be given a question with a graph and be asked to find the results from that - nothing too hard but you certainly don't have to memorise your results don't worry!
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Fair enough with the procedure, but with the results I obtained and my hypothesis, would they require that in the essay too or not?
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