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  1. Vasundhra

    University Offers 2009

    Predicted grades Physics HL-7 Chemistry HL-7 Biology HL- 6 English SL-7 Maths SL-6 French ab initio-7 E.E/ToK- B/B Total- 42/45 UK University College London: Biotechnology- conditional~ 36 points with (Biology)6, (Chemistry)6 and (Physics)5 at HL Imperial College: Biotechnology~ rejected Oxford Brookes University: Biotechnology- conditional~ 30 points University of Edingburgh: Biotechnology- conditional~ 30 points with 5/5/5 in HL Surrey University: Biotechnology- conditional~ 32 points Other countries: Singapore: (applied!) National University of Singapore: Life sciences [with specialization in molecular and cell biology] Nanyang Technological University: Biological sciences
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    Biology e.e help

    Another experiment? im already comparing their locomotion in two different acids and then comparing this to their movement in an alkali. you still think i should add more experiments? if yes, please do recommend some.
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    Countdown to May 2009 Exams

    Exactly 109 days, 16 hours, 17 minutes and 10 seconds left!!!
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    Biology e.e help

    Heya! I'm doing my extended essay in biology on the topic: To investigate the effect the change in hydrogen ion concentration (pH) has on the locomotion of a paramecium. well, after writing 3500 words im stuck! Once i conducted the experiment, i found that the change in locomotion is drastically different when i use Hydrochloric acid and Sulphuric acid! This is obviously because they are two different acids!! but i need some solid points on how to continue further, im in a major dilemma and cant seem to find anything online! well if any of you guys have any idea please do help!! i need to know why this is happening to my Paramecia....
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    [math SL] Intergration question really need help

    when y=6, x=2 6=a(2)^2 + b(2) + c when y=16, x=3 16=a(3)^2 + b(3) + c you'll get two equations...subtract them to get an equation with only a and b. Then calculate the derivative of: y=ax^2 + bx + c you'll get: d(y)/dx = 2ax + b = 7...from this calculate either a or b, when x= 2.... substitute it in any of the above equations and you'll get b (or a) and c hope that helped...
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    What song are you listening to?

    love story-Taylor swift....
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    This or That!

    Brunettes...we are smarter!!! [no offence intended]
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    This or That!

    Can't do without both...the two loves of my life salsa or tango??
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    Martial Arts

    well....i'm a black belt in Karate..but did that before high school...*sigh*
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    This or That!

    Chillin and wtching a movie at home.... a horror movie or a comedy???
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    This or That!

    Just luv Black ... Iron Maiden or Metallica??
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    This or That!

    a small, cute [not ordinary] car... drums or guitar??
  13. ok...so our teacher just gave each student a few lines from Act 1 of Julius Caesar and expects us to write a commentary on it [this is from the purpose of improving our understanding of the play]...i have been given Act1-Scene 3, lines 1-39....Now my problem is writing the commentary, could anyone please tell me the various themes used by Shakespeare in this scene.... I've got a few: ~Mystery & Deception ~Ominous what do think?? enough to work with??? please help me....
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    This or That!

    Extended essay [DUH!] Maths HL or Physics HL??
  15. Vasundhra

    About extended essay

    why don't you send it through 'turn-it-in'?? that will tell you how much of you paper is plagiarized....

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