Just finished my revision timetable for the january exams. Now reading over the last practical procedure of the semester (: I must admit that last plant #BS1012 practical was quite interesting, the next one looks like it involves it involves less drawing which im happy about (:
Just finished the #BS1012 practical writeup. Will be anxious to see what i get for this, seeing as plants are my weakest area. But on the plus side i did manage to get 90% on the last write up which I'm happy about (:
Reading through the procedure for the first #BS1012 plant practical, not too sure about it as it involves alot of drawing. It takes me forever to draw :/ but on the plus side we get to look at elaters today (:
Just finished the #BS1015 dry practical, and found it really useful for next weeks wet session. From what dr willmott explained, it looks like it's going to be a long one! Im definitely going to properly prepare before it!
Going to stop revising chemistry for a while. And start doing biochemistry , seeing as that pop quiz that was sprung on us in the the #BS1015 dry practical this morning definitely made me realise that i need to do some work for amino acids!
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