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    Habitat Study and Conservations and Pollution MaryJane1402

    Are these likely to come up on the exam 2016

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      I am not going to spend too much time on this because I think its a pointless chapter but it is up to you :) if you have time to study it then study it but in my opinion im not going to worry about it too much

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      Ahaha thanks I'm after just seeing it's only in ordinary level and I'm in higher so I guess I'll just write down key words. Thanks for the quick reply you're after saving me writing out a whole chapter πŸ˜‚

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      im doing higher level anyways haha and youre absolutely welcome :)

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      its such a boring chapter I think :)

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      Yeah it isπŸ˜‚ Waste of a chapter

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      definitely haha :)

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      Check out last years biology section. A question came up but still I'd highly recommend not to leave anything out if your looking for an A. It might seem like a easy chapter but you'd be surprised how they twist questions.

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      That's true thanks so much

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      No problem! If you need any help with anything feel free to ask 😊

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      This chapter is complete torture, I must concur. Just learn off key terms like "Interdependence" and "Pooter" and "Quadrat".

      and what exactly they are. Look up any past questions, I've only seen one so far, there might be more. Common Sense is the way to deal with this chapter/ Consumers---- They must obviously eat stuff and those producers must obviously produce something. As for Conservation, I wouldn't stress too much about it. You could get yourself out of a hole in that chapter fairly quickly if you use enough logical thinking

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      Ok thanks I think I'll be good with just revising keywords like you said

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