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I missed it. Do you think I can still get an A*
of course! You will need around 19 marks out of 25 to get an A*( normally)
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It's only 3 marks, definitely.
Hahaha thanks! It's made me a bit upset but there's nothing I can do now. Just hope for the best
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of course! You will need around 19 marks out of 25 to get an A*( normally)
Really! I thought it was 90%!!!!
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I did Restless Earth, Living World and Coastal Zone for the exam. My teacher said that the deciduous forest wand volcano case study were gonna come up, but they didn't!! Luckily, I went over the other case studies, or I would have been screwed!
And also, 'Describe the beach' - what type of question is that?!


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Praise the lord for no case studies!
I did living world, water on the land and coastal zone. I have to admit the physical paper was the weirdest one I've ever seen? So happy I revised what a levee was, otherwise I would have been screwed!

Yeah, the describe the beach one caught me off guard? Still managed to come up with an answer though
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Me and some other friends were like 'what type of question is that!'. It took me about 5 minutes to think of an answer, and I was running behind! I completed the paper though, luckily


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Hahaha thanks! It's made me a bit upset but there's nothing I can do now. Just hope for the best
Miss Coxon helped us! We'll be fine stop panicking!
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Me and some other friends were like 'what type of question is that!'. It took me about 5 minutes to think of an answer, and I was running behind! I completed the paper though, luckily


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Few yeah, I think it was the very last question I answered because I had no idea. My friend just wrote it was a sand/shingle formed beach.

I finished with about 5 minutes to spare, so I carried on with the living world question on deforestation. Generally, physical geography is my weaker one? So at least i can rely on human to get a high grade
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I don't have a clue what to expect for the human one!!
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I don't have a clue what to expect for the human one!!
No me either! Judging by the physical, anything can come up.

I'm doing population change, Changing urban environments and tourism. I really hope Curitiba comes up for sustainable living as that is my case study. Could write pages on it
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Few yeah, I think it was the very last question I answered because I had no idea. My friend just wrote it was a sand/shingle formed beach.

I finished with about 5 minutes to spare, so I carried on with the living world question on deforestation. Generally, physical geography is my weaker one? So at least i can rely on human to get a high grade
I also finished with about 5 minutes to go.
Good luck for the human paper


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No me either! Judging by the physical, anything can come up.

I'm doing population change, Changing urban environments and tourism. I really hope Curitiba comes up for sustainable living as that is my case study. Could write pages on it
I fin tourism easy and managing population growth but I hate urbanisation D:
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I fin tourism easy and managing population growth but I hate urbanisation D:
Oh really? I think urbanisation is the easiest of the three? Tourism is general knowledge most of the time and population is okay depending on the 8 marker.

I like the question on managing population growth the best
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I do Tourism, Population Change and Changing Urban Environments too.

I'm quite confident with all, apart from the CUE case studies.


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I do Tourism, Population Change and Changing Urban Environments too.

I'm quite confident with all, apart from the CUE case studies.


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Same over here
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is anyone doing Natural hazards and Tourism on Tuesday??


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