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  1. I did TZ2, there was the Simpons index, which I got 4.75.... I got that too but everyone around said its wrong, it should be something like 5. sth, you sure its right? Ya, I'm sure, first I got a random number, but then I calculated it properly....
  2. I did TZ2, there was the Simpons index, which I got 4.75....
  3. yep, im applying there but i will also go for Poznan Medical University and Lublin Medical University. are you goin for English Division? Yea, for English Division... are you Polish? Yep No to moźemy gadać po polsku.. a ty idziesz na Polskie czy Angielskie divisja? ahaha chciałam na Angielską ale nie moge bo nie mam podwójnego obywatelstwa ;/! boje sie Polskiej division bo już zapomniałam polskie nazwy haha *IB be like* A ja chciałem Polskie obwatelstwo i jechacz do Angli na studia, ale nie mam, i miałem offer z Liverpool, Lancaster, Bristol, ale jak International to za duzo kosztuje, to moje rodzice mowili ze zotsaj w Polsce bo jestem w Warszawie od 15 lat..., Medycyna w Polski Jezyk , mysle ze bedzie trudne, ale IB bylo dobrze...
  4. yep, im applying there but i will also go for Poznan Medical University and Lublin Medical University. are you goin for English Division? Yea, for English Division... are you Polish? Yep No to moźemy gadać po polsku.. a ty idziesz na Polskie czy Angielskie divisja?
  5. yep, im applying there but i will also go for Poznan Medical University and Lublin Medical University. are you goin for English Division? Yea, for English Division... are you Polish?
  6. Yes, I am going to study medicine in Warsaw Medical University, what about you?
  7. For quesiton 2 in F I said that there can be different abiotic factors and different climate conditions, but that's what I had to know for the other option so I'm not sure they are right I mentioned the differences in the environmental conditions and also the difference in the method of spreading the virus (meaning: does it transfer from bee to bee, or does the virus get transferred from another source/species...)...wasn't completely sure, especially since we are not talking about humans here.. I did option E and G, both of them were really easy. I think calculating the diversity index needed a little more effort...
  8. I wish the math questions will be easy, I am planning to study medicine, what about you? Same here! I hope for easy questions as well for math Where are you planning to study medicine?
  9. I wish the math questions will be easy, I am planning to study medicine, what about you?
  10. I picked B, and my friend told me it was the correct option, what did you pick? Don´t know which one it was but I picked the one saying "same genes" Unfortunately, I think that one is wrong.. , hmmm google says this " Alleles of different genes always assort independently if the genes. " Damn it! How are you going on with Chemistry HL? Well I´m revising at the moment What about you? Also revising, I am focusing on Math also, both are next week, this is review useful for Chem: http://fc.sjsd.net/~gjohnson/FOV1-000437CE/FOV1-00057585/Chem%20Review%20Total%20Small.pdf?Plugin=Loft
  11. I picked B, and my friend told me it was the correct option, what did you pick? Don´t know which one it was but I picked the one saying "same genes" Unfortunately, I think that one is wrong.. , hmmm google says this " Alleles of different genes always assort independently if the genes. " Damn it! How are you going on with Chemistry HL?
  12. I picked B, and my friend told me it was the correct option, what did you pick? Don´t know which one it was but I picked the one saying "same genes" Unfortunately, I think that one is wrong.. , hmmm google says this " Alleles of different genes always assort independently if the genes. "
  13. I picked B, and my friend told me it was the correct option, what did you pick?
  14. Awww I did all of those correctly. So happy I wasn't sure about 15000x because it seemed like a lot. YEEEES! ONE POINT :D But I don´t think the ribosome question was outside the cell, because the proteins synthesised by Rough ER is used outside the cell or in lysosomes :/ I remember the question was , Where are proteins, synthesized by free ribosomes used? So it's asking where are the proteins used, and surely they are used outside the cell.......
  15. For the y-chromosome I said it had genes that the X chromosome didnt (which are the genes that make you a man so I am pretty sure about that)... and then for the testis thing I said they were interstitial cells because they were in between the cells and not inside them. I wrote the same thing!! What did you take on the question with free ribosomes? I don´t remember the question but it was something about free ribosomes? I wrote cytoplasm Also the two table question, with CO2 what did you pick? I said that it shows variation, because I don´t think you could claim that global warming was due to only the small differences in CO2 Concentration. O.o For the free ribosomes and where the proteins created by them are used... i said the nucleus but i wasnt sure between that and the cytoplasm... i probably changed it like 5 times for the CO2 question I gave the same answer... what did you write was the name of the process of the DNA thingi? I wasn´t sure if they wanted the answer DNA Profiling or Gel electrophoresis? (I wrote both) And also for the function of pili? I wrote cell to cell communication and adhesion. Wasn´t sure if cell to cell comunication is correct Also (sorry for so many questions ) what did you get for magnification? I think I got x 15 000 I just put electrophoresis... i dont think that should be a problem... I wrote exactly the same thing for the pilli so I hope its correct and for the magnification i got X2,000 and seemed pretty realistic... so yeah How did you get 2000? the scale bar was 1 micrometer and I measured the scale bar it was 15 mm I think, so I converted that to micrometer and divided with 1 O.o I´m unsure if that was correct https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5h5IFY-PYRw This guy says the same thing, but still unsure Oh damn you might be right... what i did was that i got the length of the bacteria in the picture which was exactly 30mm, divided that by 15mm and got 2mm. Then I divided 2mm by the 1micrometer and got 2,000. i really dont know but i guess the good thing is it was only 1 mark The answer is 15000x for the magnification....
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