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The exam is on Tuesday and I am really nervous. I know that the SDME will be on natural hazards and we have studied options to prepare for hazards in MEDCs and LEDCs but I am really unsure how to prepare fully and what to fully focus on. :eek:

Also does anyone have the SDME for June 2013 as that was also on hazards and it is the closest thing to the real exam.
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Hi yeah im scared as well but i have the latest paper for the SDME that was last year for OCR and it was on earthquakes so I don't think earthquakes will pop up again so i have a feeling it could be on droughts or tropical storm this time so yeah
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Best way to deal with the questions, is use PEEL, Point, Evidence, Explanation and Link. Always refer to facts and figures in the resource booklet, and quote from it. Always link back to the questions, just like in English Language.
Hope this helps,
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The SDME exams are so easy they practically give you the answers in the resource booklet, just put the information given to you in your own words and quote statistics and you will be fine
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