Wait, what! I thought ATP meant active transport! (gyg)Watch
Right, so this has been left to dry in the drafts for about 10 days, so it shows how serious I really am. I really really want good grades this year. And I terrified for any future exams. I start thinking about May and my stomach shrinks.
My GCSE results -
Maths - 8
English Language - 8
English Literature - 9
Chemistry - 9
Biology - 9
Physics - 8
Business - 9
Religious Education - 9
Geography - 9
Hospitality and Catering - D*
My AS Levels -
I haven't ben given predicted grades for all my subjects yet, and mocks are in November.
So far, I have 0 motivation, 0 energy and 0 revision notes, so it's not looking too good.
All I've ever wanted to be in life is a doctor (well apart from a week, 8 years ago, when a spy was deemed a likely option. However, reflecting on my sound levels when I'm excited, maybe not). And I don't want my hopes and future to go down the drain because I've not been focussed enough this year.
So here goes
p.s. the title is something I actually said the second week of biology, and my teacher looked like I had killed someone in front of him.
Diffusion is the movement of gas and liquid particles from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration down a concentration gradient.
Active transport is the movement of particles from an area of low concentration to an area of high concentration up a concentration gradient using transport proteins and energy.
Biology on Monday
Chemistry on Tuesday and Wednesday
Psychology on Thursday - My days are looking full. I was supposed to do a bit of revision, but I haven't gone through anything yet. I think I'll start on some chem work
Bio went alright, nothing much to say about it - i think i might get my results for it tomorrow
Chem was a mess. No other words for it
Psych is tomorrow, and I'm not too confident, so I'm going over my notes
I have a chem exam on wednesday, so hopefully I finish learning all the content by tomorrow