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i am doing GCSE geography and i'm not really sure how to revise because there is a lot to earn
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I'm doing GCSE Geography as well, I would recommend fact files for the case studies, and then make notes out of a revision guide, like CGP for example, what exam board are you on?
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i am doing GCSE geography and i'm not really sure how to revise because there is a lot to earn
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There's actually not a lot to learn in comparison with many other GCSE subjects. A lot of the processes are common sense and you can pretty much learn them by understanding rather than learning them off by heart.
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I'm doing GCSE Geography as well, I would recommend fact files for the case studies, and then make notes out of a revision guide, like CGP for example, what exam board are you on?
Thats a good idea thanks and my exam board is OCR
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Thats a good idea thanks and my exam board is OCR
Same, what unit are you currently studying, I'm finishing off Economic Development at school.
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Same, what unit are you currently studying, I'm finishing off Economic Development at school.
Right now im doing the development gap, but I still have one more topic to do
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Right now im doing the development gap, but I still have one more topic to do
Cool, so when dyu think you'll finish the unit?
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same, just highlight the main facts and figures of the case studies, maybe try past papers and read guide books
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Cool, so when dyu think you'll finish the unit?
I think very soon
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same, just highlight the main facts and figures of the case studies, maybe try past papers and read guide books
Yeah i should do that but, i guess everything is important
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I think very soon
Nice, btw, if you didn't know:

SDME: Natural Hazards
Tuesday PM
13/05/2014

Key Geographical Themes:
Thursday AM
22/05/2014
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anyone know the questions that were in the june 2013 geograpy unit 1 higher tier physical paper? finished all the other past papers, preferably on plate tectonics and coasts
thanks!
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