AlphaWolfZ
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Hello there,
So I'am going to sit my IGCSE geography exam this June. So I'am wondering as a home schooled student, what is the best and most efficient way on making(?) your case study independently. For example: I recently finished over-population and under-population. So I have to make 3 case studies: Canada,Singapore and Malawi. How do I set-up doing this? Focusing now on Canada! Appreciate your help and support!
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What do you mean make your own?

Just say...

Canada is an example of a sparsely populated area, despite a high standard of education and a high quality of life which are strong pull factors, people decide not to migrate to Canada due to some push factors. These include the weather and climate. Blabla
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Basically,presume this is the first time I'am studying a case study, and decide to use Canada's evident under population. I want to create my own case study, instead of using others available online. What do I need to research.
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