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Hey guys, I created this thread for any tips, and tricks you might have. How can I best approach this test?

It is on module 5, and these are listed as "possible" outcomes:

● model the processes involved in cell replication, including but not limited to:
– mitosis and meiosis
– DNA replication using the Watson and Crick DNA model, including nucleotide composition, pairing and
bonding
● model the process of polypeptide synthesis, including:
– transcription and translation
● conduct practical investigations to predict variations in the genotype of offspring by modelling meiosis,
including the crossing over of homologous chromosomes, fertilisation and mutations.

Thanks in adv
 

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Hey guys, I created this thread for any tips, and tricks you might have. How can I best approach this test?

It is on module 5, and these are listed as "possible" outcomes:

● model the processes involved in cell replication, including but not limited to:
– mitosis and meiosis
– DNA replication using the Watson and Crick DNA model, including nucleotide composition, pairing and
bonding
● model the process of polypeptide synthesis, including:
– transcription and translation
● conduct practical investigations to predict variations in the genotype of offspring by modelling meiosis,
including the crossing over of homologous chromosomes, fertilisation and mutations.

Thanks in adv
I had a similar exam that was focused on protein synthesis. 99% sure your practical exam will be about modelling protein synthesis or meiosis/mitosis

Obviously make sure your an expert on those topics and can easily read and create models showing the process of protein synthesis and cell replication

The next thing you want to do is anticipate the ingredients they give you to create your model and create a basic overview of what you will do with your model in your head. Something like this:
 

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I had a similar exam that was focused on protein synthesis. 99% sure your practical exam will be about modelling protein synthesis or meiosis/mitosis

Obviously make sure your an expert on those topics and can easily read and create models showing the process of protein synthesis and cell replication

The next thing you want to do is anticipate the ingredients they give you to create your model and create a basic overview of what you will do with your model in your head. Something like this:
Thank you so much
 

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