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    (Original post by Delohery)
    Just wondering what everyone wrote for the 6 marker on the social welfare question on the population section?


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    Education levels income levels and consequent effects
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    (Original post by mahatma ghandi)
    lower quality damp housing=poor health
    lower educational achievement=unlikely to get a skilled job
    therefore less disposable income, leads to less money to spend on high quality food, lower standard of living more possible health problems.
    also I put even though I think it's a weak point but was in a textbook- less money to spend on enjoyment therefore more depression. Also a negative multiplier effect is possible.
    fumes from cars in inner city exacerbate asthma problems

    My points seemed to be mainly based around health, but I think they are legitimate.

    this is for inner city compared to rural urban fringe
    Thankyou, did you do food?


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    Did anyone talk about salt marshes on the question about landforms connected to submergence?
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    (Original post by Blueray2)
    Education levels income levels and consequent effects
    Thankyou, what about the 5 marker on the same section regarding the socioeconomic factor?


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    (Original post by Blueray2)
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    Omg that's what I did! Unfortunately I rushed this question cuz I was really struggling for time... Feel like crying because I was forced to miss out a whole 5 maker in health to prioritise the 15 marker...so because I wrote about education and figures about A*-C grades at GCSE therefore better uni degrees and jobs and income so better housing and lifestyle etc. would that be enough for six marks?
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    Can someone tell me what they did for the COLD ENVIRONMENTS 15 marker?
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    (Original post by hassanakhtaruk)
    Omg that's what I did! Unfortunately I rushed this question cuz I was really struggling for time... Feel like crying because I was forced to miss out a whole 5 maker in health to prioritise the 15 marker...so because I wrote about education and figures about A*-C grades at GCSE therefore better uni degrees and jobs and income so better housing and lifestyle etc. would that be enough for six marks?
    I included things like:- healthcare being poorer in the inner city, higher crime rates as people are less educated and tend to rebel against society in inner city areas, also talked about how people in inner city areas have higher % of people with no qualifications as they are poorer and therefore cannot afford transport/resources associated with education, also used car ownership as an example of wealthier people in the rural areas... I used facts and figs from the Preston case study to back all my points up as well


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    (Original post by RobertBanks)
    Did anyone talk about salt marshes on the question about landforms connected to submergence?
    I did about fjords, are salt marshes submergent landforms? I thought they were just when the river loses velocity behind a spit and deposits its load? I'm not sure you may be able to use that


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    (Original post by Delohery)
    Thankyou, did you do food?


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    no problem, no I did population, energy, coasts and rivers
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    If we all retaliate and complain about the LQ image and the first rivers question never being taught before, are they more likely to lower the boundaries?
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    (Original post by rickyy)
    If we all retaliate and complain about the LQ image and the first rivers question never being taught before, are they more likely to lower the boundaries?
    Probably not... The world is a very cruel world, where printers are low quality and examiners are harsh lol




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    (Original post by homefind)
    I included things like:- healthcare being poorer in the inner city, higher crime rates as people are less educated and tend to rebel against society in inner city areas, also talked about how people in inner city areas have higher % of people with no qualifications as they are poorer and therefore cannot afford transport/resources associated with education, also used car ownership as an example of wealthier people in the rural areas... I used facts and figs from the Preston case study to back all my points up as well


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    Oh yh I included the crime rate too! the 2 questions on social welfare were weirdly worded...
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    (Original post by hassanakhtaruk)
    Oh yh I included the crime rate too! the 2 questions on social welfare were weirdly worded...
    Yeah I know what you mean


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    So any of you planning to re-take the exam next year or do AS Geo or A2 Geo at the same time?
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    What on earth was flood magnitude frequency analysis for the first question in rivers..?

    Also i spent ****ing half an hour trying to draw a fjord oh and also i messed up the health one where it said a local case study i said cuba haha -.-
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    (Original post by The Eden project)
    What on earth was flood magnitude frequency analysis for the first question in rivers..?

    Also i spent ****ing half an hour trying to draw a fjord oh and also i messed up the health one where it said a local case study i said cuba haha -.-
    I just sketched out the long profile and cross profile of a fjord


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    (Original post by hassanakhtaruk)
    Can someone tell me what they did for the COLD ENVIRONMENTS 15 marker?
    I was hoping someone would mention this. This is the question which I think I did the worst on. I mentioned how Basal slippage is a small layer of water at the bottom of a glacier which acts as a lubricant and speeds the glacier up and how this can only happen in temperate glaciers. I also mentioned something about internal deformation (which was incorrect) and about extending and compressive flow.
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    (Original post by Delohery)
    Thankyou, what about the 5 marker on the same section regarding the socioeconomic factor?


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    (Original post by hassanakhtaruk)
    Omg that's what I did! Unfortunately I rushed this question cuz I was really struggling for time... Feel like crying because I was forced to miss out a whole 5 maker in health to prioritise the 15 marker...so because I wrote about education and figures about A*-C grades at GCSE therefore better uni degrees and jobs and income so better housing and lifestyle etc. would that be enough for six marks?
    Ahh crap I should have said housing, bt yeah I used that A*-C grades at GCSE as well
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    (Original post by homefind)
    I just sketched out the long profile and cross profile of a fjord


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    Oh i didnt realise you could do that so i started drawing out a valley with deep water and even drew a boat in it showing it's deep haha
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    (Original post by The Eden project)
    Oh i didnt realise you could do that so i started drawing out a valley with deep water and even drew a boat in it showing it's deep haha
    Awesome


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