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Hello chick, I think it's just us!! You CAN get the distinctions hun - you're doing exactly the same pathway as me if you do Biological Health and Disease for your research module, and with the help of the assessment criteria I got 3 modules worth of merits (all in biology, grrr) and the rest were a...
yeah to be fair, its actually a godsend for when you get round to actually applying to ucas - you know exactly what you're doing, and bing bang bosh your applications done. and once you get to interview, you'll already have started thinking about the questions u will be asked etc. comms is a nightma...
- Mon Jun 13, 2011 7:31 pm
- Forum: Pathogens
- Topic: another lifecycles question!
- Replies: 3
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taq 1 is main features of each - virus bacteria fungi and the other one , then later, taq 4 you do the life cycle of a specific disease from each - influenza, cholera , athlete's foot and malaria if i remember rightly. I got most of my stuff just by googling 'life cycle of whatever' - you do have to...
What I've tended to do when I'm not sure I have understood something, is to e-mail my tutor a short statement of what I think is correct and ask them to confirm my understanding is in fact correct. This way you are demonstrating that you are learning independently, but they can guide you if you are...
I loved the course.. I kind of miss it :( Me too :cry: Em, I hated comms, it literally took me MONTHS. It was the first module I did and I thought I was never going to make it through the course. I had a really hard time for a few months, had to put the course on hold for a while. But once I got so...
As part of one of your later modules, you'll do a research assignment, where you have to use and apply the statistical methods you've learned. It's really fairly straightforward so don't worry too much hun x
- Wed Jun 08, 2011 9:52 pm
- Forum: IT
- Topic: find and replace... and screen dumping!!
- Replies: 4
- Views: 4566
yeah the Prt Scr bit is like the copy button, you still have to do the paste xxhcall wrote:I'm on Vista and if I press Prt Sc Sys Rq button nothing happens. BUT if I then go into Word and press paste I have the screen dump. Hope this helps x
- Wed Jun 08, 2011 9:24 pm
- Forum: Applying to Universities and HEIs
- Topic: UCAS 2012 register goes live tomorrow
- Replies: 10
- Views: 4126
yeah, it's open for registration for 2012, but that doesn't really mean much as you can't actually apply until sept. if you're a bit obsessive like me tho, you can have a look around and see what fun awaits you xx
- Thu Jun 02, 2011 9:28 pm
- Forum: Exams
- Topic: Anyone done their exam yet!! :)
- Replies: 42
- Views: 27850
You will be fine hun, don't worry. just learn the course materials as well as you can and go for it! I have no idea if the exams are individually written but i wouldn't think they would be 100% the same for every student, I'd imagine there's way too much potential for abuse when people take exams at...