List of practicals Biology part 1 1. Identification of biochemicals from biological material. Study of effect of temperature,pHvalue and enzyme and substrate concentration on activity of enzyme Pepsin.
Print About the exam In the exam, you have 2 hours to complete the paper. It comprises of three sections A, B and C and makes up a total of marks.
The exam equally covers content from the three units of the Intermediate 2 Biology course: You will be expected to answer all questions.
In the exam you will be given an answer sheet for this section and you should indicate your choice by putting a stroke in ink through the appropriate box.
Section B This section is comprised of structured and data handing questions, testing both your knowledge and understanding of the course content and your problem solving and practical abilities. The type of thing you may get asked to test your knowledge and understanding are: Make calculations Explain results of an experiment Describe experimental procedures Analyse data The exam will be made up of equally sampled questions from all three units of the Intermediate 2 Biology course.
There is a total of 65 marks for section B and questions will be worth either 1, 2 or 3 marks each. Section C This section is for extended answers which are worth 5 marks each total of 10 marks. In each question, 1 mark is awarded for coherence and the other 4 are for knowledge and understanding.
Question 1 is a choice between two extended response questions given with a diagram Question 2 is a choice between two extended response questions.
AS Biology Unit 1 page 2 HGS Biology A-level notes NCM/7/11 Biology Unit 1 Specification Biochemistry Biological Molecules Biological molecules such as carbohydrates and proteins are often polymers and are based on a small number of chemical elements. • Proteins have a variety of functions within all living organisms. Edexcel GCSE Maths past exam papers and marking schemes for GCSE () in Mathematics (1MA1) and prior to Mathematics A and Mathematics B Syllabuses, the past papers are free to download for you to use as practice for your exams. Free Exam Papers Fror Every Qualification and Subject Free Exam Papers For GCSE, IGCSE, A Level, IB and University Students FREEEXAMPAPERS Free GCSE, IGCSE, IB, A Level and Degree Level Exam Papers.
Preparation for the exam Before the exam, find out when and where the exam is being held. Arrive with plenty of time and be prepared with the following materials:A Level Biology AQA Past Papers.
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The Intermediate 2 Chemistry course is made up of three Units: Unit 1: Substances Unit 2: Carbon Compounds Unit 3: Acids, Bases and Metals Full course details, including content statements, can be found in the SQA Arrangements Document.
The following are additional useful SQA links for the course: Data book Past Papers Marking Instructions .
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AS Biology Unit 1 page 2 HGS Biology A-level notes NCM/7/11 Biology Unit 1 Specification Biochemistry Biological Molecules Biological molecules such as carbohydrates and proteins are often polymers and are based on a small number of chemical elements.
• Proteins have a variety of functions within all living organisms.
Marking Instructions Biology Intermediate 2 Section B Question Acceptable Answer Mark Unacceptable Answer Negates 1 (a) (i) YZX 1 Numbers/no reference to diagram (ii) 3 1 (b) protein 1 (c) (The active site/enzyme/it) is altered/changes shape/structure becomes deformed OR 1 Enzyme becomes disfigured/destroyed/damaged.
I’ve pulled together all of the Higher past papers and organised them into a table of links.
You’ll find the table on the Higher Revision page. There are links to solutions for all papers, apart from Paper II. I’ll post solutions to that once I get time to do the paper myself.