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Biology Section Question 1 This question worked well but some weaker candidates confused the cell wall and the cell membrane.

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Weaker candidates were mainly divided between options A and B.

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Question 2 discriminated well with options C favoured by the weaker candidates.

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Question 1 Weaker candidates favoured options A and C in almost equal numbers.

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In weaker scripts, punctuation, paragraphing and appropriate use of tense were areas for improvement.

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Weaker candidates have a tendency to repeat the question given in part (a) when defining terms.

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Weaker candidates simply stated one or two warehousing functions.

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Question 2 This question worked well although option was a strong distractor for some of the weaker candidates.

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3204 s11 er 88%

Exercise A2 The majority of candidates were able to answer the questions in this exercise correctly, though there were some instances where a number of weaker candidates struggled to choose the correct idiom, proverb, or word-pair.

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Question 2 Candidates found this question more challenging, with option B proving to be a strong distractor particularly for the weaker candidates.

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2251 s14 er 86%

● Questions (a) and (b) in the optional questions were generally very well done, weaker candidates need to be made aware of appropriate lengths of response for the marks available.

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6010 s10 er 85%

Weaker candidates tended to opt for Question 1.

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(ii) Weaker candidates tended to list a few disadvantages without explanation.

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Kane-The-Modal-Ontological-Argument 85%

The modal ontological argument is valid in some standard systems of alethic modal logic, e.g., S5 (which is assumed by advocates of the argument like Hartshorne and Plantinga), and in at least one weaker system.

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2010 s12 er 85%

Many commented on the writer’s use of language very effectively, or attempted to, knowing that this was what they were supposed to do, although in weaker answers there was evidence of ‘prepared’ responses, rather than comments tailored to the question.

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7101 w12 er 85%

Weaker answers gave irrelevant points such as providing credit and discounts.

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5129 w08 er 84%

Questions 1 and 2 discriminated well with weaker candidates favouring option C in Question 1 and option D in Question 2.

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Mike's Videos - Organic Chemistry Lesson Outline 84%

Lesson 2.2 – Conjugate Base-Acid Relationship and pH Scale • • The stronger the acid, the weaker its conjugate base.

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Weaker answers did not identify and apply relevant activities of trade or aids to trade.

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weaker candidates confused Abyssinia with Medina.

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Weaker scripts were able to identify one difficulty.

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Weaker candidates tended to focus on screens and telephone calls.

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There was evidence of guesswork amongst the weaker candidates.

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Weaker candidates often wrote about increased profits for companies instead of relating their answers to the country.

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Summoner Wars Hack 81%

You should know which monster is stronger and weaker against other monsters.

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