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    Hi, I'm sure most people are doing the exam on 2nd of Feb where the there are 6 options - I'm doing the Consuming the Rural Landscape.

    But anyway, the question is how do you got about getting a good introduction, research and methodolgy and application and understanding marks? As I'm sure it's similar for all the options
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    I am doing the same one as you, however our class has not been fully prepared due to our teachers poor planning, and misunderstanding of the specification!
    Therefore, his advice to us has been, do a page and a half introduction, then three case studies each exemplifying the different impacts, plus how these have changed over time..
    How have you been told to plan?
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    Quite similar, introduction followed by your case studies with a lot of facts and detail with a conclusion after each one then an overarching conclusion

    But we've been told to do more like 4-5 case studies
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    Hi, i'm doing the consuming one too. We have been told to do 4-5 case studies in depth, 2 half-detailed case studies and 4 name droppers including quotes and sourcing
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    There is a powerpoint presentation knocking about these threads composed by the cheif examiner of this exam. She said 6 major contrasting case studies and 6 minor case studies for further reference. TWELVE! :0
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    We haven't be told a specific number of casestudies.. I am going to just wait for the question and then try and remember the most appropriate ones!!! I am doing Life on the Margins btw. Good Luck with revision everyone.. mines going very badly! The exam is so late that I just feel totally demotivated.. Bring on June retake!
 
 
 
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