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Objective3AnalyseExample:Tips:Analysethe results of thisexperiment.Use the data to reach a conclusion – it must agree with the dataPay attentiont to the number of marks availablePractice by analysing all the graphs from data-based questions that you can findPAN increases TBArs levels/ levels highest inPAN-only group;PAN causes oxidation of / damage toMembranes/ lipids;Edaravone prevents increase in TBArs levels;Edaravone prevents oxidation of / damage toMembranes/ lipids;Early edaravone is more effective than late/continuous;Overlap of error bars suggests results maynot be significant.QuestionBank CD Rom"Break down in order to bringout the essential elements orstructure."
Objective3Comment"Give a judgment based on a given statement or result of a calculation."Example:Tips:Pay close attention to the number of marks available and present answer clearlyLook out for qualifiers in the question, such as ‘named example’, etc.Include two or more perspectives in the answerPractice with all ‘discuss’ assessment statements in the subject guideCommenton the hypothesis thatthe plant shown in the photographcould be pollinated by an animal.”(2 marks)[Source: photograph provided by IBexaminer]Nov2010TZ0HLP2
Objective3Comment"Give a judgment based on a given statement or result of a calculation."Example:Tips:Pay close attention to the number of marks available and present answer clearlyLook out for qualifiers in the question, such as ‘named example’, etc.Include two or more perspectives in the answerPractice with all ‘discuss’ assessment statements in the subject guideCommenton the hypothesis thatthe plant shown in the photographcould be pollinated by an animal.”answer confirms the hypothesis;must be qualified stigma/anther inside theflower/ring of petals so as visiting animal entersit brushes past them;highly visible petals (provide contrast) so thatflowers can be seen by animals;(slightly) cone-shaped flowers so animals comein;[Source: photograph provided by IBexaminer]Nov2010TZ0HLP2
Objective3Compare"Give an account of the similarities between two (or more) items orsituations, referring to both (all) of them throughout."Example:Tips:Marks are available for only for similarities– often found in dataquestionsCreate comparison charts for as many topics as possiblePresent answers in tables for clarityComparethe effects of sucroseon the A and B chemoreceptors.”May2002SLP2

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Term
Fall
Professor
TIFFANY ROBINSON
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The Land, Regional policy of the European Union, Chris Paine, Indian oceans

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