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How’s everyone feeling?
Prepared?

Let’s us know you’re predictions...
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Nope - I predict questions on the Heart & Haemoglobin
Just saying
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Nope - I predict questions on the Heart & Haemoglobin
Just saying
Lol same here I hate the marks scheme I never get it bang on what they want. What stuff specifically on haemoglobin will come up do you think? I think the Phosphorus Cycle will come up
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Phosphorus cycle is paper 2.

I don't know specifically but something to do with the affinity for oxygen / how it changes / why its easier for other molecules to bind after one has (dissociation curve) maybe even the structure? - They just haven't examined it in a long time.

They'll definitely ask some questions on the heart as that's not been examined in the new spec yet.

Bitta Cohesion-Tension theory

Probably some Meiosis question relating to an unknown organism

(Independant seg + crossing over has not been examined yet i don't think)

I don't think i've seen Translation examined yet either.

Mark schemes are a pain in the ass because you can guarantee there's always a keyword you've missed off


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Lol same here I hate the marks scheme I never get it bang on what they want. What stuff specifically on haemoglobin will come up do you think? I think the Phosphorus Cycle will come up
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Predictions:
Haemoglobin (oxygen dissociation curves)
Translation
Meiosis
HIV
Testing for stach/lipids etc
Prokaryotic vs eukaryotic vs virusis
Protein or lipid digestion
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And also the heart (i'm thinking maybe the cardiac cycle)
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Predictions:
Haemoglobin (oxygen dissociation curves)
Translation
Meiosis
HIV
Testing for stach/lipids etc
Prokaryotic vs eukaryotic vs virusis
Protein or lipid digestion
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Something to do with Phylogeny and classification of organisms, probably the taxon hierarchy just remember that.
Domain, Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species
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There was a question last year on naming species, so maybe a hierachy question or measuring the index of diversity???
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Something to do with Phylogeny and classification of organisms, probably the taxon hierarchy just remember that.
Domain, Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species
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I'm feeling kinda scared. I think proteins will be a large section in this paper, probably embedded in different topics
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Something to do with Phylogeny and classification of organisms, probably the taxon hierarchy just remember that.
Domain, Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species
Here’s a fun mnemonic, I just wanted to share this with y’all
Dragon King Phil Came Over For Green Sandwiches
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[QUOTE=313Detroit;83705916]Predictions:
Haemoglobin (oxygen dissociation curves)
Translation
Meiosis
HIV
Testing for stach/lipids etc
Prokaryotic vs eukaryotic vs virusis
Protein or lipid digestion[/
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Predictions:
Haemoglobin (oxygen dissociation curves)
Translation
Meiosis
HIV
Testing for stach/lipids etc
Prokaryotic vs eukaryotic vs virusis
Protein or lipid digestion
(Original post by CopyThat)
Phosphorus cycle is paper 2.

I don't know specifically but something to do with the affinity for oxygen / how it changes / why its easier for other molecules to bind after one has (dissociation curve) maybe even the structure? - They just haven't examined it in a long time.

They'll definitely ask some questions on the heart as that's not been examined in the new spec yet.

Bitta Cohesion-Tension theory

Probably some Meiosis question relating to an unknown organism

(Independant seg + crossing over has not been examined yet i don't think)

I don't think i've seen Translation examined yet either.

Mark schemes are a pain in the ass because you can guarantee there's always a keyword you've missed off

Some parallels drawn there- how are you guys revising because I just feel so unprepared
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Yes, I really dont know how to feel.
I felt more prepared for my mocks than I do for tomorrow...
(Original post by z20010318)
(Original post by 313Detroit)
Predictions:
Haemoglobin (oxygen dissociation curves)
Translation
Meiosis
HIV
Testing for stach/lipids etc
Prokaryotic vs eukaryotic vs virusis
Protein or lipid digestion[/



Some parallels drawn there- how are you guys revising because I just feel so unprepared
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Here’s a fun mnemonic, I just wanted to share this with y’all
Dragon King Phil Came Over For Green Sandwiches
Keep
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Sorry, had to 1-up you there
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Keep
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I promise you you won't forget that - i never have x
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Sorry, had to 1-up you there
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The grade boundaries were soooo low last year
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what my teacher taught us haha
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Yes, I really dont know how to feel.
I felt more prepared for my mocks than I do for tomorrow...
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