AQA A2 Geography!

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xjordanjohnston
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Hi guys,

For A2 Geography so far we have studied
-Plate Tectonics & Associated Hazards
-World Cities

But I am massively behind, basically I didn't think I would continue it to A2 so I stopped going to the lessons in Year 12 when they conveniently decided to begin A2 early. I have typed up my notes as best as I can but I'm really struggling to make sense of them. If anyone has any notes for these topics, would you mind sharing, help a fellow Geographer through the struggle!

Thanks!
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Have you got the CGP geography book? It's good for this subject
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Yeah, what Katie97 said, the CGP A2 Revision Guide is a God send!!

For plate tectonics you basically need: Plate tectonics theory, evidence for the theory, different types of plate margins, intrusive and extrusive landforms at the margins then loads of case studies. Then all the earthquakes stuff, but that's pretty straightforward.

For world cities: urbanisation, suburbanisation, counter-urbanisation, land uses, problems with rapid urbanisation, Hoyt and Burgess, then case studies like Curitiba as a flagship.

I may have forgotten some stuff but seriously that revision guide is the best, you can probably get it cheap on eBay.
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