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beckiecp
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Anyone have any predictions on what could come up?
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No idea, the AS paper looked pretty decent.
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i think the 15 marker will either be correlation or experiments
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thats what everyone has said, i hope its not correlation im terrible at the 15 markers on them
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i think the 15 marker will either be correlation or experiments
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me too tbh. how do u feel about core studies and applied?
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core studies i feel okayish with but applied not at all.
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me too tbh. how do u feel about core studies and applied?
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The section C question that asked us to give conclusions about the data was weird

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No idea, the AS paper looked pretty decent.
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How did it go???
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How did it go???
Was literally exactly the same as last year paper and practice paper from this year so not bad.
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I was glad it was correlation as that’s what i’d mainly focused on. the only bit that i didn’t like was the nominal data questions, i just hadn’t really looked at strengths and weaknesses of these, and also i struggled to write enough for 6 marks on the conclusions of the bins question. but still i think i did reasonably well ?? maybe
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How did it go???
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what did u guys say for the question about the design of the study and how it increased generalisability?
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i said if it was matched pairs it would increase generalisability as having matched pairs helps to reduce individual differences as each participant is matched with someone of similar characteristics etc
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what did u guys say for the question about the design of the study and how it increased generalisability?
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how was it matched pairs?
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i said if it was matched pairs it would increase generalisability as having matched pairs helps to reduce individual differences as each participant is matched with someone of similar characteristics etc
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Generally found the paper okay, bloody loved that 15 marker although I know I’ve messed up on the generalisability one lol. For the graph question, how many bars did people draw? I only drew two since it asked for the overall number, but some people I know drew 4 so idk at this point.
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it didn't state what it was?
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how was it matched pairs?
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Oh yeet I did 4. Probably incorrect but at least I'll get Mark's for labelling it correctly.
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Generally found the paper okay, bloody loved that 15 marker although I know I’ve messed up on the generalisability one lol. For the graph question, how many bars did people draw? I only drew two since it asked for the overall number, but some people I know drew 4 so idk at this point.
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Paper was good, didn't get the type 1 and 2 error questions right though
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I did 4, one for males w steps, males w/o steps, female w steps female w/o steps.
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Generally found the paper okay, bloody loved that 15 marker although I know I’ve messed up on the generalisability one lol. For the graph question, how many bars did people draw? I only drew two since it asked for the overall number, but some people I know drew 4 so idk at this point.
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wow! that was dreadful. messed up both nominal data questions, both secondary data questions, and the design question. also really scared i accidentally wrote participants in the observation conclusions question. actually about to cry, ngl
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What are your grade predictions ?
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wow! that was dreadful. messed up both nominal data questions, both secondary data questions, and the design question. also really scared i accidentally wrote participants in the observation conclusions question. actually about to cry, ngl
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