Edexcel A-Level Geography Help Watch

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This post is aimed at people who have done Edexcel A-Level Geography and preferably got a good grade.

So I have recently done my AS in Geography and im aiming to get an A. Im considering doing it in A2 and im stuck between geography and psychology - ideally I want to carry on doing the subject in A2 that will get me the highest grade.

So, I was wondering how people found A2 Geography and how hard it would be to achieve an A. Also, we were asked by our teacher to choose a topic for Unit 4 and I dont know which one to pick, I believe I am better on the human aspects and tectonic activity and hazards doesnt seem too bed - so which would you suggest and which do you believe is the easiest?

Option 1: Tectonic Activity and Hazards
„ Option 2: Cold Environments – Landscapes and Change
„ Option 3: Life on the Margins – the Food Supply Problem
„ Option 4: The World of Cultural Diversity
„ Option 5: Pollution and Human Health at Risk
„ Option 6: Consuming the Rural Landscape – Leisure and Tourism.

Thanks for all the help!
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Our school choose option 1 for us. I would of personally not change it, because its just a carry on from unit 1 geography but with furthermore case studies and detail. I recommend you do option 1 mate it just split into four sub-topics that link to human and physical factors i.e. factors that affect a populations vulnerability are the level of development (human) and plate boundary (Physical).
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(Original post by Anasaboungab101)
Our school choose option 1 for us. I would of personally not change it, because its just a carry on from unit 1 geography but with furthermore case studies and detail. I recommend you do option 1 mate it just split into four sub-topics that link to human and physical factors i.e. factors that affect a populations vulnerability are the level of development (human) and plate boundary (Physical).
Yeah i believe thats the best option too because its building on the knowledge we already have, but thanks for the advice
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