2014 AQA Geography A spec - Case studies prediction? Watch

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I am doing the Restless Earth, Water On the lack and Rocks fro physical

and Population change, changing urban environment , and the development gap for Human,

Does anyone have any trustworthy/ educated suggestion as to what case studies might come up in the summer?

thanks in advance ! - becasue i stuggle to rmember key facts and quote numbers to the exact accuracy for each of the different case studies- totally over 30 for both papers!!!
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I'm also doing restless earth. In the past papers I've looked through I've seen very few tsunami questions so probably best you have case studies for LEDC and MEDC tsunamis. However try to remember all of them. I've found as long as you use the name of the case study even if you've forgotten stats about it you should be fine getting the marks. One thing that's a given with the restless earth paper is that they will ask how earthquakes, volcanoes, tsunamis, tropical storms, fold mountains or wildfires occur so try and remember these in enough detail to get full marks on the 6 or 8 marks questions. Personally I revise with mind maps talking about the natural hazard, how it forms, effects, responses and case studies, but everyone's revision techniques are different.

Good Luck!
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(Original post by LSEMaybe?)
I'm also doing restless earth. In the past papers I've looked through I've seen very few tsunami questions so probably best you have case studies for LEDC and MEDC tsunamis. However try to remember all of them. I've found as long as you use the name of the case study even if you've forgotten stats about it you should be fine getting the marks. One thing that's a given with the restless earth paper is that they will ask how earthquakes, volcanoes, tsunamis, tropical storms, fold mountains or wildfires occur so try and remember these in enough detail to get full marks on the 6 or 8 marks questions. Personally I revise with mind maps talking about the natural hazard, how it forms, effects, responses and case studies, but everyone's revision techniques are different.

Good Luck!
A lot of this infromation is incorrect.
Firstly, there was a tsunami question in last years paper
Furthermore, how tropical storms and wildfires form is not required for the restless earth.
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(Original post by WanderingWorrier)
A lot of this infromation is incorrect.
Firstly, there was a tsunami question in last years paper
Furthermore, how tropical storms and wildfires form is not required for the restless earth.
true!

any predictons on the changing urban envionments? they all seem to be focused on the sustainable living thme, are there any other case studis i should know for this sub-unit?

thhanks,

i think- for restlss earth- earthuake and volcano are the most likeliest casestuy, but not so sure about the water and the rocks though, any advice would be appreciated!
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(Original post by WanderingWorrier)
A lot of this infromation is incorrect.
Firstly, there was a tsunami question in last years paper
Furthermore, how tropical storms and wildfires form is not required for the restless earth.
I must not have seen this question then. I've had both of these question in mock paper previously? Ignore my comment as it turns out I'm doing Specification B.
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Has anyone got any predictions for physical paper?
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Our teacher thinks that TRS may come up, as it hasn't been asked in much detail yet, especially the differences in effects of a TRS in a poor country vs a rich country. Temperature deciduous forests also looks likely


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Case study of a Volcano? Mt. St Helens?
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it will be questions about earthquakes then a case study about volcanoes
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Any predictions for coastal environments?? Or health issues?? Struggling big time!!
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It is gonna be all case studies this year no empty questions ...can't wait I love them
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PHAHAHAHA :') virtually the opposite (restless earth, water on land and coastal zone)
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