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Mr. Baldy
05-07-2005, 02:48 PM
aslaam alykum,

it seems quite a loot of us peeps are doing GCSE's so why dont we revise together, you know like ask qu's and get answers e.t.c.

eh?

ok ill go dirst, give me a detailed description of the heart....

wa alykum aslaam
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S_87
05-07-2005, 03:59 PM
:sl:
lol what paper you doing for science?
and what topics you doing?
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Protected_Diamond
05-07-2005, 04:02 PM
ive already done my science paper and i got a B! i'll help you guys if you want :)
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S_87
05-07-2005, 04:05 PM
:sl:
thats good :thumbs_up i failed science :-[

physics and chemistry fault <_<
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Protected_Diamond
05-07-2005, 04:35 PM
awwh man!! are you doing your GCSE'S at the mo?
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S_87
05-07-2005, 04:40 PM
:sl:
lol nope i dont them
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Protected_Diamond
05-07-2005, 04:42 PM
huh? sis can you say that agin please? lol sorry
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Arwa
05-07-2005, 04:42 PM
Originally Posted by amani
:sl:
lol nope i dont them
done* them :thumbs_up

:lol:
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Protected_Diamond
05-07-2005, 04:44 PM
oh right kool lolz :)
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S_87
05-07-2005, 04:46 PM
lol tanks ...i forgot my spelling now :shade: :-[
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Protected_Diamond
05-07-2005, 04:49 PM
don't worry im worse kasme, carry on talking to me or check my post and you'll know what im talking baout sis!
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h1jabi_sista
05-07-2005, 04:53 PM
Originally Posted by Mr. Baldy
aslaam alykum,

it seems quite a loot of us peeps are doing GCSE's so why dont we revise together, you know like ask qu's and get answers e.t.c.

eh?

ok ill go dirst, give me a detailed description of the heart....

wa alykum aslaam
bismillah hirahman niraheem.

the heart has 4 chambers which pump blood all around the body (circularitry system)

the right side pumps de-oxygenated blood whilst the left side pumps oxygenated blood

4 features of the heart- right ventricle,left ventricle, right atrium, left atrium

oxygenated blood returns from the heart from the lungs, it then leaves the left side to travel around the body.

the semi lunar valve is to prevent the back flow of blood

deoxygenated blood returns to the heart. it leaves the right side of the heart to go to the lungs.

thats what ive been revising from, inshallah hope its sufficient!

mashallah the circularitry system is soo amazing, subhanallah. its a very complex design, by an Almighty Creator.

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Lateralus63
05-07-2005, 07:20 PM
For those taking english literature :

Name 3 poetic techniques and describe their uses.
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Mr. Baldy
05-07-2005, 07:47 PM
aslaam alykum,

nice there Hijabis sista,

ok enjambement, that is when the poet carries on to the next line,
the poet makes the poem really sensual to appeal to the senses (whats that called),
then there is ermmmm using sounds to give the poem the sound of something like the sea or the wind (i dont know what thats called)

^^^ would u believe i got an A* or my eng lit mock? i doubt it......

ok for IT describe the uses of an flow chart
wa alykum aslaam
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h1jabi_sista
05-07-2005, 08:00 PM
oh i know that one! is that the sibilant 's'???

flowchart? IT? erm sorry bruv im only taking shortcourse :)


after someone has answered the brothers question please can you help me answer mine???

wots the mole?(please dont say something on your skin) :p how do you work it out???


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Mr. Baldy
05-07-2005, 08:20 PM
aslaam alykum,

The mole is a large number, aprox 600 000 000 000 000 000 000 000

that = 1g of hydrogen
=12g of carbon
24g of magnesium

Therefore the relative atomic mass of an element can be expressed in grams contains ONE mole of atoms. This means that the number of atoms of an element can be worked out by weighing.

Calculations can be done by simple equations,

Moles of atoms = mass/RAM

Examples:
1) how many moles of atoms are there in 72g of Mg?
(RAM of mg= 24)

Write down the formula Moles= mass/RAM
rearang if necessary (not needed)
Subsitute the numbers moles= 72g/24
Write the answer and units moles = 3moles

2) what is the mass of 0.1 moles of carbon atoms?
(RAM of carbon = 12)
Write formula
rearange mass= moles * RAM
sub numbers mass= 0.1 * 12
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Mr. Baldy
05-07-2005, 08:34 PM
3) how to work out chemical formulae:
What is the simplest formula of a hydrocarbon that contains 60g of carbons combined with 20g of hydrogen?
(RAMS = H=1 C= 12)
Write mass of each element C= 60 H = 20
work out moles using formula
find simplest ratio (divide by smallest number) 5/5= 120/5=1
Write the formula showing the ratio of atoms CH4 (LOL)

4) Moles of molecule
just add all the RAM masses together
e.g water = H2O (H=1, O= 16
The Relative Molecular Mass (RMM) = 1+1+16= 18

or

Carbon dioxide, CO2 (C=12, O=16)

The RMM = 12+16+16=44

('2' only applies to the oxgyen atom, coz theres 2 of them)

hope that helps, or has it just made u more confused??

wa alykum aslaam
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h1jabi_sista
05-07-2005, 08:41 PM
:sl:

jazakallah khair brother! :)
im slowly understanding it alhamdulilah. i'll read it a couple more times to get the hang of it. :thumbs_up

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Mr. Baldy
05-07-2005, 09:02 PM
aslaam alykum,

if you want i can try and make it less complicated....... or if ur happy with it.....

wa alykum aslaam
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Green Bird
05-08-2005, 10:29 AM
Mashaalah guys keep it up, no pain no gain, :)
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Ammar
05-08-2005, 10:45 AM
anyone giving maths, english, accounts , economics , busines studies or urdu?
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Mr. Baldy
05-08-2005, 11:16 AM
aslaam alykum,

ok a maths question for u.......

factorise the following:

1) y2-a2 (y squared - a squared)
2) x3 - x (x cubed)
3) a3- ab2

there will be more later........

wa alykum aslaam
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h1jabi_sista
05-08-2005, 02:05 PM
:sl:

erm ok, i dont know if this is write but here it goes, :)

bismillah hirahman niraheem

1) y2-a2 (y squared - a squared)
2) x3 - x (x cubed)
3) a3- ab2

1)yxy -axa =(y2-a2)???
2)XxXxX-XxXxXxX= X2(X-X2)
3)axaxa-axbxaxb=a2(a-b2)

2 = squared im guessing you ment the same thing right?

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Mr. Baldy
05-08-2005, 03:37 PM
aslaam alykum,

1) soz wrong, try again, its completing the square
2)soz wrong again,
3)nope

its completing the square, try again, dont give up.........

wa alykum aslaam
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h1jabi_sista
05-08-2005, 03:39 PM
wot! lolz!

wot do you mean completing the square? :)
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Mr. Baldy
05-08-2005, 03:44 PM
the dierence of two sqaures:

x2-y2= (x-y) (x+y)
REMEMBER THIS RESULT!

e.g:
y2-16

y2-16 = (y-4)(y+4)

you see how i got that?
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Ibn Syed
05-08-2005, 03:53 PM
I'm not that high yet.
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h1jabi_sista
05-08-2005, 04:22 PM
Originally Posted by Ibn Syed
I'm not that high yet.
lolz me neither! i c how you got that
x2-y2
so for example then *just to practise* if y2=48 then the answer would be (y-7)(y+7) is that right?

what about if x2=100 would i do the same thing as above?

mr.baldy, r u in set 1?
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Protected_Diamond
05-08-2005, 04:36 PM
ooh you guys are too advanced for me lol :confused:
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Mr. Baldy
05-08-2005, 05:27 PM
aslaam alykum,

yeah sister hijabi sista :confused: u got it,

no im not in set 1, im not that good at maths..........

anyways ok, ermmmm any of u guys doing Merchant of Venice?

wa alykum aslaam
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Protected_Diamond
05-08-2005, 05:28 PM
:sl:

can anyone help me please?

im doing my science coursework and i don't understand this question, can someone please transalate it into english lol

im studying this pharmaceutical organisation called GlaxoSmithKline yeah, and it's aking me to describe the comparative size of local, national and international organisations that use science??!!

I know it is an international based organisation. :p

it's in for tomorrow so i'll be very grateful if you reply back A.S.A.P ;)
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Mr. Baldy
05-08-2005, 05:40 PM
aslaam alykum,
i think its trying to ask you to compare the size of different sized buissness that uses science, so GSK would be an example of an international sized pharmacy, g2g be back soon so will expand then
wa aslykum aslaam
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Protected_Diamond
05-09-2005, 05:53 PM
:sl: hey it's okay juss leave it, i've handed it it now, but jazahkallah bro :thumbs_up
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Mr. Baldy
05-09-2005, 06:48 PM
OK,

what is a step up transformer, and give a use of one

wa alykum aslaam
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h1jabi_sista
05-09-2005, 07:00 PM
ok...why do you choose the questions about the stuff i dont listen in school about!!!! ;)

only kidding!
this is about the only formula i like lolz,

a step up transformer is used to increase the voltage, in comparison to a step down transformer which decreases the voltage.

its something to do with a coil and the formula looks a bit likes this:

output voltage/ input voltage= secondary turnss/primary turns

a transformer is used in an eletricity station, it transforms something to something :p
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Protected_Diamond
05-09-2005, 07:00 PM
I have no idea...give us a clue please :)
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Mr. Baldy
05-09-2005, 07:02 PM
aslaama alykum,

nah im gonna leave u guys hanging for a bit ;)

wa alykum aslaam
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h1jabi_sista
05-09-2005, 07:04 PM
ok let me choose the next question.......................



im thinking.........................................


ok what is a geiger counter?
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Mr. Baldy
05-09-2005, 07:07 PM
aslaam alykum

ooh ohh pick me..................

a geiger counter, is that little gadget that like counts radioation levels, right

wa alykum aslaam
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h1jabi_sista
05-09-2005, 07:12 PM
i dunno is it?




lolz yea only joking. :thumbs_up

its to do with the protons and nuetrons being able to move through a material. for example: beta rays wont pentrate the aluminium material but will penetrate the paper.
so it depends on the material used to sort of absorb the rays...
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Mr. Baldy
05-09-2005, 07:15 PM
oooooooook,

enuf physics,

ermmmmmm does anyone do geog here, wwell anyways

ermmm describe how a ox-bow lake is formed,

or for those who dont do geog,

ermmmmmmm

describe the effects of penicillin

wa alykum aslaam
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Protected_Diamond
05-09-2005, 07:34 PM
mashallah you guys are clever

English

what is Onomatopoeia?
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h1jabi_sista
05-09-2005, 07:59 PM
:sl:
all knowledge comes from allah subhana watha allah.

ox bow lakes are better described as diagrams, its hard to explain,

meanders look back on themselves forming a curve
lateral erosion(dont see why it cant be called 'erosion') cuts through the narrow meander neck.
the river straightens it course
the old meander is now isolated on the flood plain.

an onomatpia, *sorry about the spelling* i think....is a word that sound like the word? for example, clatter of cans and cups? to evoke the sound of the hard material? im not sure though...i get them mixed up sometimes. :)
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Uthman
05-09-2005, 10:36 PM
:sl:

Yeah, that's right. :) Onomatopoeia is like a splash or a bang, which sounds like the sound associated with the object or action it's referrin to. :)

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S_87
05-10-2005, 02:47 PM
:sl:
....is a hell of a word to spell even my teacher then had to chek it up :D
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Mr. Baldy
05-14-2005, 03:03 PM
aslaam alkyum,

so any peeps got exams coming up? i have my french oral on tuesday ARGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHHH

wa alykum aslaam
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Lateralus63
05-14-2005, 03:12 PM
11 days english lit and islamic studies.
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S_87
05-14-2005, 03:21 PM
:sl:

french was easy :thumbs_up
just try and put on a french accent..dont speak with the english accent as this sounds un natural
and revise your 60+ questions ;)
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h1jabi_sista
05-18-2005, 06:20 PM
:sl:
hope all your revision going ok inshallah!

haha! beat you to it! ive already done my spanish oral exam, it was kool alhamdulilah. i wish they were all like that :)

the written exams start next week so inshallah hope allah subhana watha allah makes them easy for you.

remember to say bismillah before you start!

one question...how do you revise for business studies?

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أحمد
05-18-2005, 06:35 PM
Originally Posted by h1jabi_sista
:sl:
hope all your revision going ok inshallah!

haha! beat you to it! ive already done my spanish oral exam, it was kool alhamdulilah. i wish they were all like that :)

the written exams start next week so inshallah hope allah subhana watha allah makes them easy for you.

remember to say bismillah before you start!

one question...how do you revise for business studies?

:w:
:sl:

:D Laa tahzani!

How to Revise in Business Studies
Revision List



Make sure you have a full revision list from your teacher. You must have a checklist of all the topics you must cover. Each topic must also be broken down into sub-topics. Put them in to a table so that you can tick them off as you complete them.



Revision Plan
Make sure that you have planned when you will revise each topic. Try to stick to this plan as best you can. The important thing is to give yourself enough time to cover all topics before you sit the examination.
Topic Read Through
Read through your class notes on the topic in question. Get a feel for what the topic is about and get yourself familiar with the specialist terminology used.
Condensed Summary Notes
You now need to reorganise your notes in to a more manageable revision form. You can do this on post card sized paper, or even blank post cards themselves.
This will give you a series of prompt cards for each topic studied. There is no point completely re-writing all your notes – remember that a little knowledge will go a long way if you have good exam technique.


Formulae, calculations and definitions






Revision is not about trying to commit things to memory. You cannot possibly memorise everything in your exercise books, and you should not attempt to. Revision is about understanding. However there are some elements of the subject that you really do need to have firmly in your mind before you go into the examination.


These are largely to do with the Finance and Accounts topic. You must know how to define and calculate:

Costs and Revenues


Gross and Net Profits (or Losses)

Gross and Net Profit to Sales Ratios

Break Even output/sales levels

Contribution

Assets and Liabilities (Current and Fixed/Long Term)

Working Capital

Current Ratio

Acid Test Ratio

Return on Capital Employed

Net Cash Flow and Closing Bank Balances


Write out a sheet with all the necessary formulae and definitions of each of these. It is very important that you know each of these and how to calculate them – they are easy marks to get if you can do it.


Examination Skills and Technique






Your final mark is going to be based not only on what you know but how well you are able to use that knowledge in the examination situation. To do this you must remember that every time you look at a question you must be able to SCAM:


S
UBJECT MATTER: know what the subject matter of the question is






C
OMMAND WORD: how does the examiner want you to answer the question? Is it a straightforward ‘State’ or ‘Outline’ , or does it require a more demanding approach, such as ‘Discuss’, ‘Explain’ , ‘Evaluate’ , ‘Describe’ or ‘Examine’ ?






A
ND………………..






M
ARK ALLOCATION: make sure you write with the mark allocation firmly in mind. have you got enough detail and explanation into your answer for the mark allocation?




The only way to develop these skills is to keep on practising past questions. These are always available form your teacher.



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Lateralus63
05-20-2005, 12:47 AM
:sl:

What is the catalyst used for the purification of haematite in the blast furnace and what waste products does it produce and how are these removed?
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Mr. Baldy
05-20-2005, 11:32 AM
aslaam alykum,

limestone is used to purify, in the heat of the furnace the calcium carbonate breaks down to form carbon dioxide and calcium oxide, the calcium oxide reacts with the acidic impurities to form slag, it is ligher than molten iron so floats and can be tapped of.

ok when slag cools, what are its uses? list three.

wa alykum aslaam
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S_87
05-21-2005, 01:01 PM
:sl:

???

apply into concrete and cement
used for road making
used in making mineral wool
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Mr. Baldy
05-23-2005, 08:52 AM
aslaam alykum,

first two are right, whats mineral wool??

wa alykum aslaam
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أحمد
05-23-2005, 09:00 AM
Originally Posted by Mr. Baldy
aslaam alykum,

first two are right, whats mineral wool??

wa alykum aslaam
:sl:

:D Mineral Wool: http://www.eurima.org/mineral_wool/composition.html

Mineral wool has a unique range of properties combining high thermal resistance with long-term stability. It is made from molten glass, stone or slag that is spun into a fibre-like structure which creates a combination of properties that no other insulation material can match.







Namely the ability to:


  • Save energy
  • Minimise pollution
  • Combat noise
  • Reduce the risk of fire
  • Protect life & property in the event of fire
The properties derive from its structure, a mat of fibres which prevent the movement of air and from its chemical composition. All mineral wool products exhibit exceptional thermal, fire and acoustic properties. Inorganic rock or slag are the main components (typically 98%) of stone wool. The remaining 2% organic content is generally a thermosetting resin binder (an adhesive) and a little oil. Glass wool products usually contain 95% to 96% inorganic material.

Stone wool is made from volcanic rock, typically basalt or dolomite, an increasing proportion of which is recycled material in the form of briquettes. Slag wool is made from blast furnace slag (waste).


The briquette can be from recycled material
Glass wool is made from sand or recycled glass, limestone and soda ash; the same ingredients as for familiar glass objects such as window panes or glass bottles. In addition, glass fibre has boron added to improve its moisture tolerance.

CE Marking

The Construction Products Directive (89/106/EEC) requires products to be 'CE' marked which shows their conformity with EU standards. The CPD aims to harmonise the tests, performance declarations and conformity testing across Member States in order to remove any barriers to trade through having to comply with differing national standards.

A CE marked product can be sold anywhere in the European Economic Area. It should be noted that it is not a label of quality with, for example factors such as reliability or durability not taken into account.

Uses:
The using mineral wool section of this site focuses on Health Aspects to provide Practical Tips on using mineral wool and offer a series of case studies.



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h1jabi_sista
05-23-2005, 06:55 PM
:sl:

really good website for english revision!! :thumbs_up

www.sparknotes.com

:)

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أحمد
05-24-2005, 02:21 PM
:sl:

:confused: Anything good for computing?

PS: NOT revision or anything, but stuff like programming . . .

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h1jabi_sista
05-24-2005, 06:05 PM
:sl:

alhamdulilah i use bitesize often but in some areas i find it a bit vague. :)

sparknotes is sooooooooo good. im reading to kill a mockingbird and the notes and explanations on it are never ending! subhanallah its really good :thumbs_up

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Arwa
05-24-2005, 06:18 PM
Yup, sparknotes.com is top *nods*
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HumbleServant
05-24-2005, 06:23 PM
hey mockingbird ;) i did that, ask me anything and ill tell u! :D

before each exam, pray this: YA QAWIYU as much times as u can. repeatedly! and pray 'OH my lord, relieve my mind, and ease my task for me'. as prophet musa prayed to Allah.
read both things as much as u can and inshallah the exam passes SO easily and clearly alhamdulillah. and this is from experience believe ;)
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h1jabi_sista
05-24-2005, 06:29 PM
:sl:
wow! jazakallah sista! thats sooooooooooooo helpful alhamdulilah!
ive got the exam tomorow!

i absoulty love the book, its really good!!

ive learnt soo much from reading it!

ok this ones easy, what are the main themes of the novel? :p
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Arwa
05-24-2005, 09:22 PM
oh yeah..

Before you start your paper, say bismillahi rahmani raheem...
aaaand what I usually do during the exam, I'll always say, rabbi zidnee 'ilma. :sister:
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HumbleServant
05-26-2005, 08:45 PM
hijaabi sis, has ur exam been done? myn was a few days ago, i didnt pick mockingbird, i picked the poetry section instead!lol.what about u sis? :sister:

the main themes: racism is the major one! inequality, unfairness and so on :p

hope everyones exams are going good tho inshallah :shade:
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h1jabi_sista
05-26-2005, 08:58 PM
:sl:

alhamdulilah i did myn on wednesday! it wasnt half as bad as i had imagined!

i totally forgot about revising the poetry, i stayed up after fajr revsing for it but alhamdulilah it went really good. i did a question about two poems being anti-social and to compare them with 2 from pre-1914

to kill a mockingbird went really well, i had everything fresh in my head, i chose the question about who gets educated in the novel and how....

subhanallah with the help of allah i remembered what i did and alhamdulilah im grateful! i never have to see that darn book again!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :p

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Mr. Baldy
05-26-2005, 10:24 PM
aslaam alykum,

soz i have been away for a long time, (my grandad passed away), welll english, did u guys get to pick what text u had to do?

wa alykum aslaam
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Arwa
05-26-2005, 10:38 PM
:sl: aw rahmatullahi wa barakatu

Oh yeah! This was the first year where you had clean anthologies innit?
How was it? :D
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Mr. Baldy
05-26-2005, 10:43 PM
aslaam alykum,

inshallah it was good, didnt really need the notes, i am quite good at english (dont mean to boast) ^^u shud know, i helped u with ur MOV essay (muslim mujahid)

wa alykum aslaam
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Arwa
05-26-2005, 10:44 PM
Originally Posted by Mr. Baldy
aslaam alykum,

inshallah it was good, didnt really need the notes, i am quite good at english (dont mean to boast) ^^u shud know, i helped u with ur MOV essay (muslim mujahid)

wa alykum aslaam
wa alaikum assalam wa rahmatullahi wa barakatu

hahaha is that you?! lol ;D

Yup, masha'allah you are good :applaud:
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Mr. Baldy
05-27-2005, 08:38 AM
aslaam alykum,

YES TIS I, MUWAH HA HA HA HA

wa alykum aslaam
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h1jabi_sista
05-27-2005, 12:26 PM
:sl:
phew! subhanallah 5 exams dun..... :)

10 more to go... :(

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h1jabi_sista
05-27-2005, 12:28 PM
Originally Posted by Mr. Baldy
aslaam alykum,

soz i have been away for a long time, (my grandad passed away), welll english, did u guys get to pick what text u had to do?

wa alykum aslaam
:sl:
sorry to hear about your grandad bro, inshallah may allah send peace upon him.
ina lilah ina elayhe rajeoon

pik a text? what do u mean? :confused:

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Mr. Baldy
05-27-2005, 02:14 PM
aslaam alykum,

jazakullah, ermmm i meant like you had poetry, a play and a novle, did u get to choose which text you got to answer questions on, or did you have to answer questions on all of them.

wa alykum aslaam
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h1jabi_sista
05-27-2005, 03:07 PM
:sl:
ohh...for the novel we had 2 questions we could choose to answer from, and for the poetry we had a choice of 3 questions to answer from.

ok back to revision! :p

how have rainforest trees adapted to the enviroment? :)

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أحمد
05-27-2005, 03:18 PM
Originally Posted by h1jabi_sista
:sl:
ohh...for the novel we had 2 questions we could choose to answer from, and for the poetry we had a choice of 3 questions to answer from.

ok back to revision! :p

how have rainforest trees adapted to the enviroment? :)

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:sl:

:D Please refer to:



Adaptation of Tropical Rainforest and Taiga Trees
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The Disappearing Rainforest
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Exploring CRC Research: Highlights of Environmental CRCs in
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Tropical Rainforests.
...strata in the one hundred and twenty feet of rainforest trees, allows this ... These creatures have especially adapted to their environment and...</B></SPAN>
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Mr. Baldy
05-29-2005, 10:30 AM
Originally Posted by Muhammad
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I am very sorry to hear about your Grandfather Mr. Baldy, Innaa Lillaahi wa innaa ilayhi raji'oon. May Allaah grant him peace in paradise - Aameen.

Some ppl still have 10 exams?!? omg :omg:
aslaam alykum,

jazakullah bro,

10 exams, I STILL HAVE 17!!!!!!!

wa alykum aslaam
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Ra`eesah
05-29-2005, 10:40 AM
Assalamu'Alaykum

Subhanallah i feel sorry for eveyone who has to take so much exams! :omg:
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HumbleServant
06-01-2005, 04:41 PM
here are some duas for all thoz sitting exams :D

DUA BEFORE STUDYING
Allahumma infa'nii bimaa
'allamtanii wa'allimnii
maa yanfa' unii.

O Allah! Make useful for me what You
taught me and teach me knowledge
that will be useful to me.
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Allahumma inii as'aluka
fahmal-nabiyyen wa hifthal
mursaleen al-muqarrabeen.

O Allah! I ask You for the understanding
of the prophets and the memory of the
messengers, and those nearest to You.
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Allahumma ijal leesanee
'amiran bi thikrika wa
qalbi bi khashyatika.

O Allah! Make my tongue full of
Your remembrance, and my heart with
consciousness of You.
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Innaka 'ala ma-tasha'-u
qadeer wa anta hasbun-allahu
wa na'mal wakeel.

(O Allah!) You do whatever You wish,
and You are my Availer and
Protector and the best of aid.
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DUA AFTER STUDYING

Allahhumma inni astaodeeuka
ma qara'tu wama hafaz-tu.
Faradduhu 'allaya inda
hagati elayhi.
Innaka 'ala ma-tasha'-u
qadeer wa anta hasbeeya
wa na'mal wakeel.

O Allah! I entrust You with what I
have read and I have studied.
(O Allah!) Bring it back to me when
I am in need of it.
(O Allah!) You do whatever You wish,
and You are my Availer and
Protector and the best of aid.


DUA WHILE STUDYING SOMETHING DIFFICULT

Allahumma la sahla illama
ja-'altahu sahla wa anta taj
'alu al hazana etha shi'ta
sahla

O Allah! Nothing is easy except what
You have made easy. If You wish, You
can make the difficult easy.


DUA FOR ANXIETY

Allahumma inni a'oodhoo bika
minal-hammi walhuzni, wal-'ajzi
wal-kasali wal-bukhli wal-jubni,
wa dal'id-dayni wa ghalabatir-
rajaal

O Allah! I seek refuge in You from anxiety
and sorrow, weakness and laziness,
miserliness and cowardice, the burden of
debts and from being oppressed by men.



DUA FOR DISTRESS

Allahumma rahmataka arjoo falaa
takilnee ilaa nafsee tarfata
'aynin wa aslih-lee sha'nee
kullahu, laa ilaha illa anta

O Allah! It is Your mercy that I hope for
so do not leave me in charge of my affairs
even for a blink of an eye and rectify
for me all of my affairs. None has the
right to be worshipped except You.

"oh my Lord, relieve my mind, and ease my task for me" - this one is unbelievable, it helped me so much

and here are a few a teacher gave me:

1. KAA-HAA-YA-'AIN-SAAD HAA-MEEM-'AIN-SEEN-QAAF
starting at right hand small finger, read each letter e.g. KAA and close a finger upon reading a letter
2. rabbi yasir, wala tu'asir wa tamim bil khair, wa bika nasta'eenu yaa fataahu
3.duroode ibrahim
4. sahil yaa ilaahee kula s'abin bihur mati sayidil abraari sahil
5. Ya Qawiyu - i just tend to keep repeating this before the exam along with 'oh my lord relieve my mind...' and its great mashallah!!
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HumbleServant
06-01-2005, 07:32 PM
well i think inshallah the matter of the 'ain is sorted with the ' present!! but i got the duas from www.al-qaria.net but i think inshallah it may be better to stick with the english translation jus in case :|

inshallah there will be no mistakes
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h1jabi_sista
06-02-2005, 10:35 AM
:sl:

jazakallah khair for the duas and the links :thumbs_up

ok....explain the two ways white blood cells digest microrganisms? :)

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princessamber30
06-02-2005, 11:36 AM
Aslamwalikum

Well, I've got like two GCSE exams everyday day unfortunetly.

I'm quite silly, as I chose the most academically challenging subjects. These are:

French. History, Geography, IT , RE and not to forget Eng lit, language, double Science and Maths!

They're all in a couple of days

If anyone has any tips please post them!

Jazakallah
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Protected_Diamond
06-02-2005, 11:51 AM
:sl: jazahka Allah khayr for them duaS insha allah i will try to make good use of them :sister:
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Protected_Diamond
06-02-2005, 11:53 AM
Originally Posted by princessamber30
Aslamwalikum

Well, I've got like two GCSE exams everyday day unfortunetly.

I'm quite silly, as I chose the most academically challenging subjects. These are:

French. History, Geography, IT , RE and not to forget Eng lit, language, double Science and Maths!

They're all in a couple of days

If anyone has any tips please post them!

Jazakallah
:w: sis juss concentrate on one subject each day sis :p thats what i do

insha Allah you will pass and all my other brothers and sisters :D
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Concealed Pearl
06-21-2005, 06:34 PM
what's a GCSE?
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Arwa
06-21-2005, 06:50 PM
General Certificate of Secondary Education.
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Uthman
06-21-2005, 06:59 PM
:sl:

Beat me to it :brother:. Wasn't that a great post for a one post wonder? :brother:

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Halima
06-26-2005, 05:11 AM
Originally Posted by Arwa
General Certificate of Secondary Education.

So in other words, it's like a high school diploma in other european countries am I correct?
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أحمد
06-26-2005, 09:37 AM
Originally Posted by Halima
So in other words, it's like a high school diploma in other european countries am I correct?
:sl:

:) It is between elementry and moderate standard . . . :D

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Halima
06-27-2005, 03:52 AM
Originally Posted by Ahmed Waheed
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:) It is between elementry and moderate standard . . . :D

:w:

so it's like a middle school, which in europe would be still considered secondary, correct me if I'm wrong :coolsis:
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أحمد
06-27-2005, 09:35 AM
Originally Posted by Halima
so it's like a middle school, which in europe would be still considered secondary, correct me if I'm wrong :coolsis:
:sl:

:) I think you maybe right, but I don't know much about European Schools outside the UK . . . Secondary schools in UK are for kids between 11 and 16 years of age . . . :)

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Halima
06-29-2005, 04:09 AM
Originally Posted by Ahmed Waheed
:sl:

:) I think you maybe right, but I don't know much about European Schools outside the UK . . . Secondary schools in UK are for kids between 11 and 16 years of age . . . :)

:w:


So in that case high-school graduates are 16 year olds? Subhanallah. They get to graduate two years earlier, that's not fair :)
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Mr. Baldy
07-02-2005, 07:15 PM
aslaama lykum,

YES finally GCSES's are OVER, i finshed on monday, when did u guys finish???

wa alykum aslaam
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WomanOfJihad
07-02-2005, 07:18 PM
:sl:

oh .. wow u all members are chilling .... m i the only one left ?

* still gt one more EXAMMMMM *


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Mr. Baldy
07-02-2005, 08:27 PM
aslaam alykum,

how many exams did u do? which one u got left? ur probably doing A levels right?

wa alykum aslaam
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TEH
07-22-2005, 03:34 PM
GCSEs are easy compared to what you have to come...

:D
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Ameeratul Layl
10-06-2005, 09:58 AM
:sl: brothers and sisters....

I have completed my GCSE's....I have to point out that the only one I'd be more than willing to help u lot in is.....science.
By the way.....gud luck with your revision.

Allah ma3akum
p.s: By the way, always remember Allah before and after you study.....I promise u....it helps ;)


Allah ma3akum :coolsis:
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