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    • #14042
      Yosef
      Participant

      Hi Katherine,

      The questions won’t show up for me. Only the answers.

      • #14081
        Katherine GenMedX
        Participant

        Hi Yosef

        Sorry the answers are from the revision questions we were putting out last year on our facebook page

        We’ll be releasing the A Level Revision materials we have in the next month or so keep an eye out for them on your member homepage 🙂

        Katherine

    • #13440
      Alice
      Participant

      Hey everyone

      Im hoping to apply to medicine next year – where do you want to apply?

    • #13351
      Chris
      Participant

      Hi I’m Chris, I’m in year 12 and I want to study medicine. Anyone else here thinking about applying next year?

    • #9678
      Kate2323
      Participant

      Hi,

      I really want to try to get some work experience this summer, but I’ve never done anything like it before. Has anyone got any advice or experiences to share?

      Thanks for helping 🙂

    • #9086
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      The final question from last week was AS-Level Maths based:

      How did you get on with this question?

      Here’s the answer:

    • #9084
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      The third question from last week was A-Level Biology based:

      How did you get on with this question?

      Here’s the answer:

      (Tumour suppressor) gene inactivated/not able to control/slow down cell division;
      Rate of cell division too fast/ out of control

       

    • #9082
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      The second question from last week was AS-Level Biology based:

       

      Here’s the answer:

      The enthalpy/heat energy change when 1 mol (of a substance) is burned/reacts completely in oxygen.

    • #9080
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      Here are the answers to last weeks revision questions. The first question of the week was maths, decision-based. Here’s a reminder:

      How did you get on with this question?

      Here’s the answer:

      A4, B2, C5, D3, E1 or
      A4, B1, C5, D2, E3 or
      A5, B2, C4, D3, E1 or
      A5, B1, C4, D2, E3

    • #9078
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      The final question of the week was AS-Level Biology based:

      Here’s the answer:

      423

    • #9076
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      The third question of the week was A-Level Chemistry based:

       

      How did you fair?

      Here’s the answer:

      Water is the only product/fuel cell does not give out pollutants such as NOx or CO2 or SO2 or C or CO or CxHy or unburnt hydrocarbons.

    • #9074
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      The second question of the week was maths, statistics:

      Here’s the answer:

      Mode = 26
      Median = 25
      IQR = 2

    • #9072
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      Hey guys, I hope revision is going well for all of you!

      Here are the answers to the question from the last 2 week 🙂

      Firstly an A-Level Biology question:

      How did you get on with this question?

      Here’s the answer:

      – Muscle/body mass
      – Exercise
      – Kidney disease

       

       

    • #8542
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      The final question of the week was AS-Level Maths based: 

      Here’s the answer:

       

      If you’re stressing about exams and need some revision tips, click here to access our top tips for revision blog! 

    • #8540
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      The third question from last week was A-Level Chemistry based 👩‍🔬:

      How did you fair?

      Here’s the answer:

      Reacts with acids and bases

    • #8538
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      The second question from last week was based on mechanics, Maths➗✖

      Here’s’ a reminder:

      Here’s the answer:

      Symmetry

    • #8536
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      Hello everyone 😊

      I hope your revision is going well!

      It’s that time of week again. Here are the answers to last week’s revision questions  👌

      The first question from last week was A-Level Biology based 🌱 :

      How did you get on with this question?

      Here’s the answer: 

      Species richness measures only number of (different) species / does not measure the number of individuals.

       

       

    • #8397
      Kate2323
      Participant

      Hello. Previously you have done long summary revision sheets. Do you have any more or do you plan to release more, as they were really helpful before! Thank you.

      • #8534
        Katherine GenMedX
        Participant

        Hi Kate!

        Hope your revision is going well.😊  With the help of some University of Oxford students, we’ve created more in-depth revision summaries for A-Level Maths, Chemistry, Biology and Physics.  These summaries are exclusive to our members!

        Click here to get access to our revision support

        I hope you find this useful 👍

    • #8265
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      The final answer of the week is Maths based, here’s a reminder of the question:

      Here’s the answer:

      Mean = 48.1
      Variance = 3.31

       

    • #8263
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      The third answer of the week is AS-Level Biology  based:

      How did you fair?

      Here’s the answer:

      Locus

    • #8261
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      The second answer of the week is A-Level Maths based:

      Here’s the answer:

    • #8259
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      Hello!

      Are you ready for the answers to last week’s revision questions?

      The first answer of the week is AS-Level Chemistry based, here’s a reminder of the question:

       

      How did you fair with this question?

      Here’s the answer:

      Alkane(s)

    • #8179
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      The final question of the week is Maths based:

      Here’s the answer:

    • #8177
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      The third question of the week is AS-Level Chemistry based:

      Could you work this question out? 🤔

      Here’s the answer:

      Alkane(s)

       

    • #8175
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      The second question of the week is A-Level Maths based:

      How did you fair?

      Here’s the answer:

    • #8173
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      Hello everyone  👋

      Hope you’re all loving the summery weather!☀🎉

      Are you ready for the answers to last weeks revision questions?

      The first answer of the week is A-Level Biology based:

      How did you get on with this question?

      Here’s the answer:

      1. Less/no saltatory conduction/action potential/impulse unable to ‘jump’ from node to node;

      2. More depolarisation over length/area of membranes

       

    • #7982
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      The final question from last week was AS-Level Maths based. Here’s a reminder:

      Here’s the answer:

    • #7980
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      The third question from last week was for all AS-Level Biology students. Here’s a reminder:

      How did you fair?

      Here’s the answer:

      1. The number of organisms of each species.

      2. The total number of organisms of all species. / Total number of species.

       

    • #7978
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      The second question was for all Maths students and it was a decision-based question:

      Here’s the answer:

    • #7976
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      Good afternoon 😊

      You’re all probably head deep in revision and exam prep right now. So, here’s some revision help for you guys, the answers to last weeks revision questions!

      Here’s a reminder of the A-Level Chemistry question:

      How did you get on with this question?

      The answer is:

      Covalent

    • #7786
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      The final question from last week was Maths, mechanics-based👌

      Here’s a reminder:

      Here’s the answer👇

    • #7784
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      The third question from the Easter weekend was for all A-Level Biology students 👋:

      How did you fair? 🧐

      Here’s the answer:

      1. Releases relatively small amount of energy / little energy lost as heat;
      2. Releases energy instantaneously;
      3. Phosphorylates other compounds, making them more reactive;
      4. Can be rapidly re-synthesised;
      5. Is not lost from/does not leave cells

    • #7782
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      The second question from last week was AS-Level Chemistry based 👩‍🔬

      Here’s a reminder:

      Here’s the answer 🙈:

      Simplest (whole-number) ratio of atoms of each element in a compound.

    • #7780
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      Hey guys! How are you enjoying your holidays? 😊

      If you’re busy revising, check out our Facebook page for Maths, Chemistry and Biology questions 👌

      Here is the first answer of the week  and it’s A-Level Maths based:

      How did you get on with this question?🤔

      Here’s the answer:

    • #7741
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      The final question of the week was AS-Level Chemistry based. Here’s a reminder:

      The answer is: 

      Average/mean mass of 1 atom (of an element)

    • #7739
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      The third question from last week was AS-Level Biology based 👇

      Here’s the answer:

      Quaternary structure

    • #7737
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      The Maths question from last week was statistics based. Here’s a reminder:

      How did you fair?

      Here’s the answer:

      Mean = 48.1
      Variance = 3.31

       

    • #7735
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      Hey guys😊!

      Are you all excited for the Easter bank holiday weekend?🐰

      If you’re revising over the holidays, don’t forget to check our Facebook over the weekend for the latest revision questions!

      Here’s the answer to last week’s A-Level Chemistry question:

      How did you get on with this question?

      Here’s the answer:

      CH3COOH + H2O ⇌ CH3COO– + H3O+

    • #7614
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      The final question from last week was A-Level Biology based:

      Here’s the answer:

      B) carbon dioxide and water

    • #7612
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      The third question from last week was Maths based

      Here’s a reminder:

      How did you get on with this question?

      Here’s the answer:

      Initial List ( R E M I X )

      (End of 1st Pass) E R M I X
      (End of 2nd Pass) E M R I X
      (End of 3rd Pass) E I M R X
      (End of 4th Pass) E I M R X

    • #7610
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      The AS-Level Biology question from last week was:

       

      Here’s the answer:

      C12H22O11

    • #7608
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      Hey guys!

      We’re back with the answers to last week’s revision questions.

      Remember to check our Facebook to view our questions when they’re released @GenerationMedics

      The A-Level Chemistry question from last week was:

      How did you get on with this question?

       

      Here’s the answer: 

      H2SO4 + 2NaF → Na2SO4 + 2HF

    • #7456
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      The final question from last week was A-Level Maths based:

       

      Here’s the answer:

      • #7598
        Luke.4
        Participant

        These revision resources are really helpful. Easter break is going to be all about revision… 🙁

        Tell me it will be worth it when I get into med school!

    • #7454
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      The A-Level Chemistry question from last week was:

      How did you fair?

      Here’s the answer:

      CH3COOH + H2O ⇌ CH3COO– + H3O+

       

    • #7452
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      The first Maths question from last week based on mechanics. Here’s a reminder:

      How did you get on with this question?

      Here’s the answer:

    • #7450
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      Hey guys!

      We’re back with the answers to last week’s revision questions.

      Last week’s AS-Level Biology question was:

      Here’s the answer:

      1. Release toxins
      2. Kill cells/tissues

       

    • #7352
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      The AS-Level Maths question from last week was:

       

      Here’s the answer:

    • #7350
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      The AS-Level Chemistry from last week was:

      How did you get on with this question?

      Here’s the answer:

      Creatinine is a breakdown product of creatine found in muscle tissues. Apart from age and gender, give two factors that could affect the concentration of creatinine in the blood: (2 marks)

      1. Muscle/body mass
      2. Ethnicity
      3. Exercise
      4. Kidney disease

      Each one of these for 1 mark.

      – do not accept ‘health’ as an answer

    • #7348
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      The AS-Level Math’s question from last week was:

      Here’s the answer:

    • #7345
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      Hey guys!

      How is your week going?

      We’re back with the answers to last weeks revision questions! If you’ve started revision and want some revision tips, we have just the blog for you: Top tips for revision

      Last week’s AS-Level Biology question was:

      How did you get on with this question?

      Here’s the answer:

      1. (To provide) genetic variation;
      2. (Allows) different combinations of maternal and paternal chromosomes/ alleles;
      3. (To produce) haploid cells/ half the chromosome number;
      4. (Allows) homologous chromosomes / homologous pairs to arrange randomly (at equator/middle of the cell)/seperate
    • #7249
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      We shared an extra Math’s question again last week!

      Here it is:

      How did you get on with this question?

      Here’s the answer:

    • #7247
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      The A-Level Chemistry question from last week was:

      Here’s the answer:

      H2SO4 + 2NaF → Na2SO4 + 2HF

    • #7245
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      Last weeks Math’s question was:

      How did you fair?

      Here’s the answer:

      Symmetry

    • #7243
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      Hey guys! Are you ready for the answers to this weeks revision questions?
      Last weeks AS-Level Biology question was:

      How did you get on with this question?

      Here’s the answer:

      Groups within groups;

      No overlap (between groups).

    • #7212
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      We shared an extra maths question last week!

      Here’s a reminder:

      Here’s the answer:

    • #7209
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      Last weeks AS-Level Chemistry question was:

      Here’s the answer:

      Electron acceptor/species that accepts electrons/species that gains electrons

       

    • #7207
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      Last weeks A-Level Biology question was:

       

      How did you fair?

      Here’s the answer:

      Lipid-soluble / pass through phospholipid bilayer

    • #7204
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      Hey guys, back again for the answers to last weeks revision questions 🙂

      If you would like to keep updated with our weekly revision questions, head to our Facebook page @GenMedX

      The A-Level Maths question from last week was:

      How did you get on?

      Here’s the answer:

    • #7076
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      The final question from was week was Maths based:

      How did you get on with this question?

      Here’s the answer:

    • #7074
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      Last weeks AS-Level Biology question was:

      How did you fair?

      Here’s the answer:

      1. Are polymers/ polysaccharides/ are made of monomers/ of monosaccharides
      2. Contain glucose/carbon, hydrogen and oxygen
      3. Contain glycosidic bonds
      4. Have 1-4 link
      5. Hydrogen bonding (within structure)

       

    • #7072
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      Hey guys! Hope you’re all having a great week 🙂

      Are you ready for the answers to last weeks revision questions?

      Last weeks A-Level Chemistry question was:

      How did you get on with this question?

      Here’s the answer!

      There is no/very little catalyst at the start.

      The reaction only speeds up when the catalyst is produced.

      Two negative ions ( MnO4 – and C2O4 2- ) repel.

      The activation energy for the reaction is high / heat is required to overcome the activation energy.

    • #6918
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      The final question of the week was biology based.

      Here’s a reminder of the question:

      Here’s the answer:

      1. (Carry) oxygen/glucose;
      2. (To) heart muscle/tissue/cells/myocytes
      • #6969
        Angie10
        Participant

        Thank you for posting the answers too!! I’m so excited I got it right for both biology and chemistry!!

         

    • #6915
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      The chemistry question last week was:

      How did you fair?

      Here’s the answer: 

      Electron acceptor/species that accepts electrons/species that gains electrons

       

    • #6912
      Katherine GenMedX
      Participant

      Hey guys! I hope you’re all having a great week 🙂

      Are you ready for the answers to last week’s revision questions?

      The maths question from last week was:

      How did you get on with this question?

      Here’s the answer:

    • #2705
      GenMedics
      Keymaster
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