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I want to say that most questions on the test are asked from hardcore biology and there are few if any questions from chapters like ' Where Does Our Food Come From' or ''Diseases'. I want to say all this in one sentence. Below is my attempt. Please critique.

They ask questions mostly from hardcore biology and not so much from chapters like 'Where Does Our Food Come From' or 'Diseases'.

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  • ask questions about or on biology.
    – Lambie
    Oct 16, 2021 at 17:03
  • @Michael Harvey I meant Lord Kitchener. He was a famous British Field Marshal. I misspelt earlier. I have corrected it now.
    – Curious
    Oct 16, 2021 at 19:59

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They mostly asked questions about/on hardcore biology and not so much from chapters like 'Where Does Our Food Come From' or 'Diseases'.


Notes:

That is casual, spoken English. In a formal written context the following types of modifications might appear, although perhaps not precisely:

"not so much" -> "however, not extensively from", "mostly" -> "mainly", "like" -> "such as"

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