HELP..GCSE Geography Revision Watch

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Hey I'm taking the AQA B Geography GCSE and compared to other subjects I find it hard to revise. Any tip or websites which are good for revision? Thanks
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hey im going AQA GCSE Geog currently as well. What ive started doing recently is making folders for all my subjects and i do a page on every topic. I recommend you do this especially if you have a text book, for every page in the text book you should write about a page of your own and note down key points it help your understanding a lot. I did this for science as im doing triple. What ive also started doing for geography is making notes on record cards which you can buy from almost any stationary shop. For every unit e.g hostile words, coasts etc make notes on record cards and it will help a lot do this if you dont want to make folders and also dont write paragraphs write in note form and draw diagrams etc it will help when it comes to the exam. + use GCSE bitesize
Also you can check out the following links

http://www.geographyrocks.co.uk/gcse-revision.html

http://www.coolgeography.co.uk/GCSE/AQA%20GCSE.htm

Hope this helps
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hey im going AQA GCSE Geog currently as well. What ive started doing recently is making folders for all my subjects and i do a page on every topic. I recommend you do this especially if you have a text book, for every page in the text book you should write about a page of your own and note down key points it help your understanding a lot. I did this for science as im doing triple. What ive also started doing for geography is making notes on record cards which you can buy from almost any stationary shop. For every unit e.g hostile words, coasts etc make notes on record cards and it will help a lot do this if you dont want to make folders and also dont write paragraphs write in note form and draw diagrams etc it will help when it comes to the exam. + use GCSE bitesize
Also you can check out the following links

http://www.geographyrocks.co.uk/gcse-revision.html

http://www.coolgeography.co.uk/GCSE/AQA%20GCSE.htm

Hope this helps
Thank You SOOO Much
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hey im going AQA GCSE Geog currently as well. What ive started doing recently is making folders for all my subjects and i do a page on every topic. I recommend you do this especially if you have a text book, for every page in the text book you should write about a page of your own and note down key points it help your understanding a lot. I did this for science as im doing triple. What ive also started doing for geography is making notes on record cards which you can buy from almost any stationary shop. For every unit e.g hostile words, coasts etc make notes on record cards and it will help a lot do this if you dont want to make folders and also dont write paragraphs write in note form and draw diagrams etc it will help when it comes to the exam. + use GCSE bitesize
Also you can check out the following links

http://www.geographyrocks.co.uk/gcse-revision.html

http://www.coolgeography.co.uk/GCSE/AQA%20GCSE.htm

Hope this helps
Yeah! And revision cards are the beat, I do geography A and we have to learn so many case studies, so all I do to revise geography is make succinct notes a card per study and the rest is really not too difficult!
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Yeah! And revision cards are the beat, I do geography A and we have to learn so many case studies, so all I do to revise geography is make succinct notes a card per study and the rest is really not too difficult!
Thank You and I know it's the case studies that drive me crazy
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Thank You and I know it's the case studies that drive me crazy
They are so so boring as well URG!
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I know in other subjects they can be a pain, but for geography, CGP books are genuinely excellent. Wholeheartedly recommend them!!

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