What is Geography at A-Level like. (AQA Board)Watch
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I found geography possibly my most straight-forward A-Level, as I found a lot of it is memorising processes/ case studies and then recalling them in the exams. The sheer amount of information to memorise was difficult at A2, and I know some people really struggled with learning all the case studies.
At AS it was pretty similar to GCSE, just in more detail, but again if the books are learned and understood (very important at A-Level in contrast to GCSE where you could just recite facts) it's not too bad. I relied a lot on the CGP books, and supplemented it with a bit of extra stuff from class (not too much though!)