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    How did people feel about todays exam
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    I did higher... It was SO easy! Apart from the Dry Valley question on the Rocks topic.
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    (Original post by abrack)
    I did higher... It was SO easy! Apart from the Dry Valley question on the Rocks topic.
    I found it sooooo nice !!
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    Not as bad as my whole school thought - although we all said that Eyjafjallajokul was a shield volcano when it is actually composite 😓... Oh well, 3 marks lost already
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    (Original post by studentgooner)
    I found it sooooo nice !!
    Hehe, the examiners must have been feeling generous. Although last years was very easy too!
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    (Original post by rainb0wweasley)
    Not as bad as my whole school thought - although we all said that Eyjafjallajokul was a shield volcano when it is actually composite 😓... Oh well, 3 marks lost already
    Shield volcano? Was this on the tectonic? Or Ice on the land or what? I didn't see it if it was on tectonics! O_O
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    (Original post by abrack)
    Shield volcano? Was this on the tectonic? Or Ice on the land or what? I didn't see it if it was on tectonics! O_O
    The tectonics "Label three characteristics of Eyjafjallajokull in a cross section diagram" and we all wrote that it had large flat sides due to being a shield volcano 😰 Shame though
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    It was okay, I did living world, ice and coasts but OMG In the last 8 marker i mentioned spudland bay the whole way through but it was sTudland! I remembered the points and things though, how many marks do you think i will lose?
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    (Original post by rainb0wweasley)
    Not as bad as my whole school thought - although we all said that Eyjafjallajokul was a shield volcano when it is actually composite 😓... Oh well, 3 marks lost already
    Snap!! I did that too lol
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    (Original post by rainb0wweasley)
    Not as bad as my whole school thought - although we all said that Eyjafjallajokul was a shield volcano when it is actually composite 😓... Oh well, 3 marks lost already
    Yes. But on google it is described as a stratovolcano but Nyiragongo in the textbook is shown as a shield but on google it is a composite/stratovolcano so I think labelling it as a shield would be OK. I hope that it is though.
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    (Original post by ahmedchohan77)
    Yes. But on google it is described as a stratovolcano but Nyiragongo in the textbook is shown as a shield but on google it is a composite/stratovolcano so I think labelling it as a shield would be OK. I hope that it is though.
    Sure hope you're right
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    What was the 8 marker on living world
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    (Original post by rainb0wweasley)
    Not as bad as my whole school thought - although we all said that Eyjafjallajokul was a shield volcano when it is actually composite 😓... Oh well, 3 marks lost already

    No Eyjaflallajokul is shield for sure...
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    What were the labels for the waterfall?
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    (Original post by Rabbanim)
    What was the 8 marker on living world
    Management/conservation strategies in a temperate deciduous forest (Epping Forest) if I remember correctly.
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    Will I get any marks if i answered EVERY question?
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    (Original post by ahmedchohan77)
    Yes. But on google it is described as a stratovolcano but Nyiragongo in the textbook is shown as a shield but on google it is a composite/stratovolcano so I think labelling it as a shield would be OK. I hope that it is though.

    That is unfair from AQA because from the picture it looked like a shield volcano...
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    (Original post by studentgooner)
    That is unfair from AQA because from the picture it looked like a shield volcano...
    plus, on the diagram, Iceland is on a constructive plate boundary.
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    it was definitely a shield volcano, "Eyjafjallajökull is an elongated structure somewhat resembling a shield volcano,"
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    It's a shield volcano. Iceland is a volcanic island formed at a constructive plate boundary (eurasian and north american) therefore it isn't possible for a composite to form here
 
 
 

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