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OCR GCSE Geography B

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    Got a bit of a problem. Our teacher has got us to learn all of the sub-topics with case studies,but I was told today at a revision session that you only need to know one sub-topic from each topic as there will be one on each.Anyone know what you're supposed to learn?
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    *one question I mean
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    (Original post by Katie378)
    Got a bit of a problem. Our teacher has got us to learn all of the sub-topics with case studies,but I was told today at a revision session that you only need to know one sub-topic from each topic as there will be one on each.Anyone know what you're supposed to learn?
    In each topic, there are 2 sub-topics (eg Natural disasters splits into tectonic disasters and climatic) and there will be a question on each, BUT you will only be asked to answer ONE of the questions.
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    Thank you so much. Been panicking like mad .
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    Does that mean we can get away with just learning the climatic stuff and not the tectonic stuff, or vice versa?
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    (Original post by con625)
    In each topic, there are 2 sub-topics (eg Natural disasters splits into tectonic disasters and climatic) and there will be a question on each, BUT you will only be asked to answer ONE of the questions.
    That's not necessarily true - no mention of this pattern has been mentioned in the specification or anywhere on the OCR website and, whilst it's unlikely, both of the questions could be on the same sub-topic or more likely each question will have a mixture of both sub-topics.
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    We have been told to revise 5/6 sub-topics at least to ensure you can cover the whole paper... Don't know ow that adds up though?? I'm just going to do 3 very detailed and the other 3 in not as much detail but still enough to do well

    How is everyone revising tomorrow?
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    (Original post by Paradox.)
    That's not necessarily true - no mention of this pattern has been mentioned in the specification or anywhere on the OCR website and, whilst it's unlikely, both of the questions could be on the same sub-topic or more likely each question will have a mixture of both sub-topics.
    That's the pattern I've seen on all the past papers I've seen
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    (Original post by Katie378)
    Got a bit of a problem. Our teacher has got us to learn all of the sub-topics with case studies,but I was told today at a revision session that you only need to know one sub-topic from each topic as there will be one on each.Anyone know what you're supposed to learn?
    Which questions did you do?

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