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    Does anyone have any predictions for the 25mark essay?
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    Contrasting countries is on the spec and hasn't come up yet?
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    (Original post by maymason)
    Does anyone have any predictions for the 25mark essay?
    My predictions for Section B are either
    Land forms/Processes
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    Management/Sustainability

    however I may be completely wrong (they haven't come up for a while, sustainable development in 2012 and land forms 2011).
    Good luck tomorrow
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    (Original post by BootyCheikh)
    My predictions for Section B are either
    Land forms/Processes
    or
    Management/Sustainability

    however I may be completely wrong (they haven't come up for a while, sustainable development in 2012 and land forms 2011).
    Good luck tomorrow
    Yeah I was thinking sustainability or multi-use resource? Thank you, you too!
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    I just hope it's a nice paper.
    I hope the human paper is to do with contrasting energy mixes that would be brilliant haha
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    (Original post by BootyCheikh)
    I just hope it's a nice paper.
    I hope the human paper is to do with contrasting energy mixes that would be brilliant haha

    Yeah me too, I don't do energy but let's just hope for the best!
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    Oh ok less than 12 hours to go
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    (Original post by BootyCheikh)
    My predictions for Section B are either
    Land forms/Processes
    or
    Management/Sustainability

    however I may be completely wrong (they haven't come up for a while, sustainable development in 2012 and land forms 2011).
    Good luck tomorrow

    You got it spot on!!
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    (Original post by alicec11)
    You got it spot on!!

    Horrible question IMO
    Nice structured though
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    Rivers 25 marker was a nightmare haha
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    What's the maximum mark you can get if you used to case-studies when they only ask you to use one?
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    (Original post by Betonz)
    What's the maximum mark you can get if you used to case-studies when they only ask you to use one?
    You can still get full marks but they only mark one case study, I think.
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    Did anyone else think the coast essay was hard to put casestudies in? I just named random examples of landforms but I didn't put any data in, there wasn't really any data you could put it though really!
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    (Original post by BootyCheikh)
    You can still get full marks but they only mark one case study, I think.
    Even though it's only one developed point excluded the other case study? Or I can I still get half of the mark? This really annoys me for not reading the question carefully. Thank you for answering.
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    (Original post by Betonz)
    Even though it's only one developed point excluded the other case study? Or I can only get half a mark? This really annoys me for not reading the question carefully. Thanks you for answering.
    One whole case study. I seem to remember my teacher saying that they will mark both and chose the highest scoring. (But that might have been for a different subject)
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    Who else used two case-studies for 9 mark question for rivers?
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    (Original post by zoe.imogen)
    Did anyone else think the coast essay was hard to put casestudies in? I just named random examples of landforms but I didn't put any data in, there wasn't really any data you could put it though really!
    I did the coasts essay too! I based my answer around the Holderness Coast (more because it's a good example of coastal erosion rather than landforms) I then went on to explain how stumps/stacks/arches are formed using Old Harry in Swanage as an example. Not really sure how much case study detail they required, but I think as long as you named a location you should be okay
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    (Original post by Lucecassidy)
    I did the coasts essay too! I based my answer around the Holderness Coast (more because it's a good example of coastal erosion rather than landforms) I then went on to explain how stumps/stacks/arches are formed using Old Harry in Swanage as an example. Not really sure how much case study detail they required, but I think as long as you named a location you should be okay
    Loads of my class did rivers because there was loads more to talk about but I think the coastal processes are easier and I get them a bit more, I did the same, I also did a tiny paragraph saying it also leads to deposition indirectly and weathering processes have an affect(I was trying to show more than one argument sort of like relative significance) I used both of those Casestudies, I also drew a diagram for caves arches stacks and stumps which was rubbish hahah! How did you find the rest of the paper?
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    I resat this paper and did the essay on rivers and I feel like I lied through my teeth to answer some of these questions. Wasn't a fan of the contrast two pie charts thing as guessing the percentages wasn't fun!!! But I quite liked all the glaciation questions
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    (Original post by Foofoothesnoo)
    I resat this paper and did the essay on rivers and I feel like I lied through my teeth to answer some of these questions. Wasn't a fan of the contrast two pie charts thing as guessing the percentages wasn't fun!!! But I quite liked all the glaciation questions
    How did you answer it exactly?
 
 
 
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