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    Are open spaces such as parks, part of an urban fringe ?
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    I used butler model aswell but with reasons not sure might get 1 mark hopefully
    Also what could use for the last case study question in tourism ?
    Can you use tataquara lodge?
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    What did people put on the informal sector question??

    I put that when an LEDC urbanises, the jobs available become secondary and tertiary instead of primary. In LEDC's the population is low skilled so that they cant work in these type of jobs so they resort to jobs in the informal sector to get a source of income.
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    (Original post by Tbrou)
    Are open spaces such as parks, part of an urban fringe ?
    Yes i put country parks lol u should be fine
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    also what is the answer for agricultural change question 3marks?
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    (Original post by *JustARandomGuy*)
    I did Population, Globalisation and Tourism. Globalisation was by far the hardest of the three. All together, Physical Geography is much easier than Human Geography.
    so agree with you
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    (Original post by user2k16)
    so agree with you
    I hate physical there are so much drawings and labellings.
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    I did Jamaica for the tourism case study will I get marks for it?
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    Phew !! that's good !
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    (Original post by JamesJohnson)
    I used butler model aswell but with reasons not sure might get 1 mark hopefully
    Also what could use for the last case study question in tourism ?
    Can you use tataquara lodge?
    Yes you can x
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    (Original post by alamin123)
    I did Jamaica for the tourism case study will I get marks for it?
    I did that too - really need to know if I will get marks
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    (Original post by MattRoberts)
    What did you get for the 8 marker on the development gap? I found that impossible.
    omg ikr that was a horrible 8 marker
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    (Original post by brainzistheword)
    I did that too - really need to know if I will get marks
    I did Jamaican also, I'm perfectly sure it's fine.
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    (Original post by caitlinford3)
    It was a picture of an African woman and you had to annotate the figure as to why her having a stove (not a proper oven) would increase her quality of life. I feel like it was in the development gap though, can't remember it being in urbanisation
    yah I did that question it was in development gap
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    What did everyone say for the agricultural change question?
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    Did anybody here do 'Living with natural hazards' and 'Investigating global tourism' (Questions 1 and 4) today????
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    (Original post by johnhall027)
    for population control i did china
    for squatter settlements: the favelas
    and in tourism i used blackpool in the coastal resort/national park question and kenya for the last one

    wby?
    I did Kerala, kibera and chumbe island! Does anyone have an unofficial mark scheme?
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    (Original post by dch187)
    i put the rate of growth becomes increasingly more rapid, so yh i put the same as you idk i think it should be right

    Same, I said that it is the rapid increase of world population growth.
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    Same, I said that it is the rapid increase of world population growth. What about the agricultural change question. I wrote things about large families contribute to the world population as they have a lack contraception, and it's their traditional way of life to have a large family. Is this right ?
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    did anyone do the edexcel georgraphy B paper??
 
 
 
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