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    (Original post by Shannon56)
    Same, I just chose the one I was more comfortable with
    I think that was the better option, I'm just worried about Friday's exam no, have any revision tips? Or what topics to revise?


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    (Original post by jordcook)
    I think that was the better option, I'm just worried about Friday's exam no, have any revision tips? Or what topics to revise?


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    Just revise the course work and make sure you know loads of data, clearly understand your hypothesises!

    Understand how to work out the deviation and Spear mans rank coefficient.. Apparently they might ask us to draw a field sketch of the valley we studied.... not the sketch map but the actually valley.
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    (Original post by Shannon56)
    Just revise the course work and make sure you know loads of data, clearly understand your hypothesises!

    Understand how to work out the deviation and Spear mans rank coefficient.. Apparently they might ask us to draw a field sketch of the valley we studied.... not the sketch map but the actually valley.
    Right ok then, thank you, good luck!


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    (Original post by jordcook)
    Right ok then, thank you, good luck!


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    You're welcome, I've already done it once haha!
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    Did anybody see the Malthus theory on the population question? With references to others such as Boserup, Simon and the Club of Rome?
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    (Original post by Shannon56)
    I actually only revised 5 days before the exam! I just crammed.. I was re-sitting last years AS exam this year and may have forgotten how much there was in the modules...I risked the things that weren't in it last year.. May have paid off lol
    Yep upper course knickpoints from waterfalls, erosion or rapids, therefore smoother down coast, think i smashed the whole paper!!
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    (Original post by Tarnybxxx)
    Did anybody see the Malthus theory on the population question? With references to others such as Boserup, Simon and the Club of Rome?
    I don't think that was in the exam I did, because I didn't come across that


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    I thought it was a really good exam paper but possibly with the Protential for a lot of silly mistakes where you could miss marks. Many have said it seemed more like a GCSEs paper so I feel like the grade boundaries could be really high,fingers crossed there not though!
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    (Original post by Shannon56)
    You're welcome, I've already done it once haha!
    So you have a better chance of getting good marks!


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    (Original post by jordcook)
    I don't think that was in the exam I did, because I didn't come across that


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    The question was in 2 parts the essay first of migration on population structure i used Eu migration to England ageing population and then it said about the balance between population and resource which is a Malthus theory of famine? And other theories consisted
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    (Original post by jordcook)
    So you have a better chance of getting good marks!


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    Hopefully! Good luck
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    (Original post by Tarnybxxx)
    The question was in 2 parts the essay first of migration on population structure i used Eu migration to England ageing population and then it said about the balance between population and resource which is a Malthus theory of famine? And other theories consisted
    Ooh, no, we're you Edexel?


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    (Original post by Tarnybxxx)
    Did anybody see the Malthus theory on the population question? With references to others such as Boserup, Simon and the Club of Rome?
    Nope.
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    hey. For the population 15 marker, what did people talk about? One of my friends said that he did migration within the same country, where as I talked about international migration. I'm not sure which one was right :/
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    (Original post by Tarnybxxx)
    The question was in 2 parts the essay first of migration on population structure i used Eu migration to England ageing population and then it said about the balance between population and resource which is a Malthus theory of famine? And other theories consisted
    I didn't see any of these parts, did you do the Edexcel paper?
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    (Original post by AdamE98)
    hey. For the population 15 marker, what did people talk about? One of my friends said that he did migration within the same country, where as I talked about international migration. I'm not sure which one was right :/
    I think I waffled.. But I used the migration of Slovakians into Russia and used the changing migration of population in Cornwall - More migration of elderly retire people.
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    So you did international migration? I think that's what most people did actually. I talked about Qatar immigration as well as immigration into the UK
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    (Original post by Shannon56)
    I mentioned about how the upper course has a smaller cross sectional area and wetted perimeter which effected the hydraulic radius and the river efficiency.(did that for the lower, ad middle and spoke how it effected the discharge.) I mentioned which erosional process were found where, which transportation, type of load and what landforms were found where. I think by including the cross sectional area, wetted perimeter and the hydraulic radius, I spoke about the cross profile. I mentioned bed roughness too!
    I briefly mentioned channel characteristics at the end because the question mentioned the rivers long profile and valley or something, I made that mistake in my mock and wrote about characteristics rather than the valley
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    (Original post by AdamE98)
    So you did international migration? I think that's what most people did actually. I talked about Qatar immigration as well as immigration into the UK
    I did international and within the Uk
 
 
 
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