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    Anyone doing revision for it?
    I done all my notes for it this year but I was wondering, if I learned it all now would I retain the knowledge by the time of next year?
    Or should I just wait until next year till learn it? - keep in mind we all have Unit 2s exam to do them too!

    Im doing water on land, the living world and that volcanoes one(cant remember the name)
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    (Original post by ozmo19)
    Anyone doing revision for it?
    I done all my notes for it this year but I was wondering, if I learned it all now would I retain the knowledge by the time of next year?
    Or should I just wait until next year till learn it? - keep in mind we all have Unit 2s exam to do them too!

    Im doing water on land, the living world and that volcanoes one(cant remember the name)
    I've just finished my A Level Geography exams so it's been a while since I did the course! I would be very surprised if you could retain all that knowledge until this time next year. I find with Geography once you have learnt something, you will probably remember the key points, and then closer to the time you can go back over anything to make sure you understand the little details Good luck for your exams in the future!
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    (Original post by ozmo19)
    Anyone doing revision for it?
    I done all my notes for it this year but I was wondering, if I learned it all now would I retain the knowledge by the time of next year?
    Or should I just wait until next year till learn it? - keep in mind we all have Unit 2s exam to do them too!

    Im doing water on land, the living world and that volcanoes one(cant remember the name)
    Hello!
    I did all the same topics as you
    If you need any help just ask
    Just finished year 11 and loved Geography
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    (Original post by Marcusroye98)
    Hello!
    I did all the same topics as you
    If you need any help just ask
    Just finished year 11 and loved Geography

    How many hours would you recommend revising unit 1 and unit 2 each before exams.. obviously it varies for different people but how long would you say is sufficient to be able to achieve a top grade of an A/A*

    The volcanos etc topic of the 3 is by far the easiest... for water on land and the living world, what revision techniques would you recommend as it seems all I have is tones of notes thanks for your reply..

    Also, I haven't started unit 2 work yet; how does it compare to unit 1?
    its it easier to learn?

    Thanks
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    (Original post by ozmo19)
    How many hours would you recommend revising unit 1 and unit 2 each before exams.. obviously it varies for different people but how long would you say is sufficient to be able to achieve a top grade of an A/A*

    The volcanos etc topic of the 3 is by far the easiest... for water on land and the living world, what revision techniques would you recommend as it seems all I have is tones of notes thanks for your reply..

    Also, I haven't started unit 2 work yet; how does it compare to unit 1?
    its it easier to learn?

    Thanks
    Hello
    I did a week and a half for each topic
    The main thing is learning the case studies but apart from that everything else is ok
    Unit 2 is the human paper - a lot easier! and is a lot of common sense
    For geography i recommend doing flash cards
    Have questions on one side and answers on the other side e.g Destructive Margin- then on the other side - information about destructive margins hence Oceanic plate subducted blah blah blah
 
 
 
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