It was something where you had to analyse the work of Beadle and Tatum, their conclusions, and how their work related to genes and phenotypic expression as well as the use of a transgenic species as an example while applying Beadle and Tatum's work with phenotypes/genes to the example.
When I read that question you posted in a different thread, I noticed something like that was in none of the past papers, so I asked my teacher to go through a question like that.Our whole class was happy since we had the same question i trials
Also wouldn't the fungi protozoan question be both A and C since fungi can be unicellular while C is also correct
tbh im not sure something similar happened to me for paper 1 i didnt realise you had to write answers separately so i made a note that the question started on the previous page?? im hoping they realiseGUYS
Does anyone know if its true that for each question if you want extra writing space you get an entire new 3 page writing booklet. I had like 3 minutes left to do a question because I had to fix up my answer and I just put it in one of the extra booklets I already had (the only extra booklet I had for the core) but for a different question and made a note. Is that a legit rule? Seems weird taking 3 page booklet to write a couple of lines.
Am I gonna get screwed ?