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291. Answering Questions on DNA Replication

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This Biology Factsheet demonstrates:
• That almost every exam session will include a question on this topic.
• That there’s only 4 types of question that get asked i.e. they are predictable.
• That unprepared candidates make the same mistakes every year so the questions act as good discriminators – the range of marks given is wide which helps examiners award grades.

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April 2014

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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