From the diagram below, you can easily comprehend the assimilation process of protein. Hence, this would be really convenient for you students to learn & for you teachers to teach:
In order to apply this diagram, let's go straight to the exam question:
"Describe the process of protein assimilation in the liver" (8 - 10 marks).
Here are the perfect answer schemes:
P/S: I seldom update my post regularly nowadays due to my commitment to my research studies and to write my Biology notebooks for both this blog and my publishers. This 2016 would be a great year indeed, I promise! :-)
SESSION 1: 17 and 18 October 2015 (Saturday and Sunday) OR
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5. Like I mentioned before, we shall focus on 3 mighty essences to improve your results in SPM, which are:
a) Strategi Belajar - We shall revise critical F4 & F5 notes and learn to comprehend them in a fun way.
b) Teknik Menjawab - We shall learn step-by-step and easy strategies to score essay and experiment questions.
c) Soalan Ramalan - We shall analyse the past years and question examples from selected schools around Malaysia.
6. Like I said before, unlike other big hall seminars, I prefer medium-sized class (20-30 students) to ensure high quality two-way instruction and personal attention in order for students to gain maximum benefit from my seminars.
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KBAT question is not about new, hard, difficult, or unusual topics. It's about text-book topics being asked in different perspectives. Here, we shall discuss the GBP, which the basic features we already learnt in F4 in Nutrition chapter:
Let's analyse the answers:
Question 1: Full marks are given because the student has given the answer according to the question (physiological and physical). (That's why you need to read the question carefully!).
Read carefully or you would be just like this sweet hobo :-)
Question 2: Full marks are given due to relevant (logical) answers.
Question 3: Again, full marks are given because the student has given the answer according to the question (regarding the digestion system).
Question 4: Again, full marks are given due to relevant (logical) answers + relevant reason.
If you see my answers, they are rather short and concise. Yup, that's the gist of SPM essay writing. So, keep your answer short and simple. Just remember this : One sentence = one relevant point = one full mark.
Writing procedure is quite daunting due to its high technicality. Fortunately, not so if you observe the tips below. It is taken from transpiration experiment, one of the most highly anticipated soalan ramalan for this year. Enjoy!
1. You MUST include all the MV1, MV2, RV1, RV2, and RV3 because they are the essence for experiment regarding on how you manage the manipulated and responding variables. Hence, they are actively sought after by the examiner when marking you paper.
2. You are advised to write in passive sentence (reported format) so you answer would 'sound like a scientific paper'.
3. You can apply the same procedure for Physics and Chemistry experiments.
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Seems easy enough. Unfortunately SPM question is not this simple. The question would ask you to apply this law in the schematic diagram given to you, especially concerning genetic diseases . We discuss about this later.
Here is the perfect answer scheme for the Paper 2. The points you MUST include (sought by paper examiners) are highlighted.
1. Always remember the different between the processes (plasmolysis/deplasmolysis) and the end results (flaccid/turgid) in the plant cell.
2. Use the word 'pancit' or 'punctured' to memorize plasmolysis process.
3. Most questions are situation-based. For example, the plant is watered, immersed in distilled water, diluted or concentrated salt/sugar solution, or given high concentration of fertilizers. Recognize the situation before you decide whether the plant is undergoing plasmolysis or deplasmolysis.
Today, we shall embark on the quest to fully understand the absorption process in the small intestine. First, observe the diagram of a villus below:
The arrows show the direction of nutrients in the absorption processes. First, you see the nutrients are absorbed into the thin epithelium cells. Second, the nutrients are either absorbed into the blood capillary or the lacteal.
These are the two points that would give you perfect marks in the examination if you mention them. The perfect details are shown below:
Now you know the points. Let's apply them with the question example below:
"Describe the absorption process of the end product of protein in the small intestine". (3 marks).
Here is the quickeasy way to understand the auxin graph. We just need to divide the graph into 3 level of auxin concentration. The description of the effect of auxin to shoot and root is given below:
1. The red-circled ones are frequently asked in the SPM.
PS: I realize i haven't been working on this blog for almost a month. It's quite hard to do that if you are a speaker who have to attend 40++ schools while travelling around Malaysia to finish up your Master's project paper within 2 months length. Still, I shall deliver what I do best in this blog, especially for the upcoming SPM Trial.