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    (Original post by Craghyrax)
    Erm. I'm sociologist and I know what an isotope is. Biologists also ought to know really, from further reading. I'm pretty sure its not in the A level, although isomers are.
    GCSE stuff:p:
    the person got some looks, and most people laughing at him, and the lecturer was a bit like what the hell
    yeah they should :p: they have to know about carbon dating

    i think he was one of them kids that i dunno felt like questing everything, but he did ask a few silly questions like that, wonder how some people get to uni, giving a good picture of my uni :p:

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    (Original post by robinson999)
    GCSE stuff:p:
    the person got some looks, and most people laughing at him, and the lecturer was a bit like what the hell
    yeah they should :p: they have to know about carbon dating

    i think he was one of them kids that i dunno felt like questing everything, but he did ask a few silly questions like that, wonder how some people get to uni, giving a good picture of my uni :p:

    isomers fun stuff
    Heh its ok, I've met several people at Cambridge who have made me wonder how they got into University :dry: But I also know how easy it is to say/ask the most retarded questions when in the spotlight. Also in science you forget details unless you're using them fairly frequently. Still...
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    (Original post by Craghyrax)
    Heh its ok, I've met several people at Cambridge who have made me wonder how they got into University :dry: But I also know how easy it is to say/ask the most retarded questions when in the spotlight. Also in science you forget details unless you're using them fairly frequently. Still...
    questions when your on the spot, don't end well, yeah its a bit like that in science, i normally find that with newer stuff i have learnt, stuff that been drummed in from GCSE, A-level, and that, all fun and games
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    nothing to be scared of.... you'll get used to being in that enviornment soon enough =)
 
 
 
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