WJEC G3 and G4 June 2015 Watch

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Anyone got any predictions as what could come up??
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Sorry you've not had any responses about this. Are you sure you’ve posted in the right place? Posting in the specific Study Help forum should help get responses.

I'm going to quote in Puddles the Monkey now so she can move your thread to the right place if it's needed. :yy:

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What topics you doing for G3?
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Coasts and globalisation
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Afraid I can't help you there.

G3 B, predictions? Findings+data presentation maybe?
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Could you help with a prediction for Contemporary Themes instead😞?
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everyone find G3 ok?

How's everyone going about G4 revision?
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G3 was better than expected, good prediction for G3B !! What you reckon for G4
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I think a lot of people found that, possibly higher grade boundaries now though.

I'm so unprepared for G4 haha. Maybe 25 mark on 'increasing population causes demand for food to rise, how sustainable is this for water supplies' or something then the other 25 most likely on Cities/water, Cities/energy, cities/food.

What you think?
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I think a lot of people found that, possibly higher grade boundaries now though.

I'm so unprepared for G4 haha. Maybe 25 mark on 'increasing population causes demand for food to rise, how sustainable is this for water supplies' or something then the other 25 most likely on Cities/water, Cities/energy, cities/food.

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Yeah I'd agree with that, and yeah probably cities/energy maybe disparities in wealth? Hope that doesn't come up though. Not sure to be honest
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I'm completely at a loss for this exam, only started revising properly this morning, hoping for nice questions and using common knowledge to get through it
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Same! I'm so stressed about this exam, there's so much to revise, just begging that the 25 marker is nice
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I'm completely at a loss for this exam, only started revising properly this morning, hoping for nice questions and using common knowledge to get through it
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Yeah hopefully!!! I have economics in the morning so my focus is conflicted haha.

How you going about revision? I think I'll just do a 25 marker on food&water, cities, energy to get my head around them. I've analysed the booklet to get an idea about the sort of things I can write about. Questions are going to be along the lines of water storage, distribution and agricultural use of water I think
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I'm revising cities now- there is loads!!
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I Have economics in the morning too. Transport economics is so damn boring.

I have a feeling the final 25marks will be on joint energy/cities. Maybe some sort of relationship between rising population densities in cities and increasing energy consumption
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How did everyone find it?
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Definitely tougher than G3. So rushed for time, wasn't over enthusiastic on the 25marker on water/food either
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Same here, cities question was okish but food/water was total bull, just made it all up; hadn't a clue!!
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