ARGH, I hate this part of geography, even more than synoptics. I had the worst teacher possible for this. All she did was give out photocopied sheets and dictate half a side per topic to us.
A mate of mine found the A2 human notes on this site a few weeks ago which should help, but still, I'm not going to enjoy the exam as much as Tuesdays physical paper.
How do you all feel about it. Any help with my revision?
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- Thread Starter
- 14-06-2006 20:25
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- 14-06-2006 20:34
is it wilderness? or the equivilent of?
iv got it on fri aswel, mines sustainability
- 14-06-2006 20:37
I don't like human geog as much as physical where it is more cold, hard facts whereas human geog tends to be more wishy washy and subjective and not rooted in 100% fact- it's facts I like- I can revise facts but not wishy-washy theories etc.
We've only learnt economic systems and devlopment processes, so we have not much choice in the exam.
I would recommend that you have good case studies and examples of TNCs and NICs for Economic Systems (plus examples for Weber and costs) and top down and bottom up schemes of development for development processes plus the Asiain Tigers etc.
Look on the edexcel website for more info.
Best of luck to everyone doing this exam
P.S. I take it we are talking about Edexcel Geography Syllabus A?
- Thread Starter
- 14-06-2006 20:55
Sounds about right, cheers Anthony. We've only done Economic Systems and Rural-Urban Relationships.
And beth, I'm sorry, I've never heard of a wilderness geography exam. It must be something completely different.