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    (Original post by abrack)
    Highly unlikely to have to draw. It will probably be interpret. I'm saying water budget, Hjulström or Hydrograph!
    Great, thank you! That would be nice, I'm glad it's likely to be the physical topic.
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    (Original post by dawideksoltysik)
    if anyone wants last years paper 43/50, i can send you my paper
    Omggg!! That would be great!!


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    (Original post by dawideksoltysik)
    if anyone wants last years paper 43/50, i can send you my paper
    Yes please, thank you!
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    (Original post by abrack)
    I doubt it; has been SR for last 2 years. Still revise though!
    Okay great - do you have any predictions for part 1 ? I'm not very good at maths at all so sometimes that part of the paper freaks me out
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    Sounds like a silly question, but does the water budget mean? And what could possibly come up relating to it?😁


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    (Original post by Sophie.Metcalfe)
    Great, thank you! That would be nice, I'm glad it's likely to be the physical topic.
    My pleasure. I'm also happy it is likely to be physical... I suck at the population skills!
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    whats the types of coasts?
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    (Original post by SSAA9)
    Sounds like a silly question, but does the water budget mean? And what could possibly come up relating to it?😁


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    This should help. Fairly easy to understand. http://www.alevelgeography.com/water-balance/
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    Does anyone have any predictions for the questions likely to come up in the fieldwork section? X
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    If the question is "describe the geographical theory, concept or idea that formed the basis of your fieldwork investigation"

    And my school went to investigate how a rivers velocity changes downstream using Bradshaw's model, how would I answer that question???
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    Do we need to be able to discuss the advantages and disadvantages of a particular graph e.g.proportional symbol maps
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    (Original post by poppy_riley)
    Okay great - do you have any predictions for part 1 ? I'm not very good at maths at all so sometimes that part of the paper freaks me out
    I'm pretty useless with maths too! It will probs be rivers, so likely to be water budget, Hydrographs or Hjulström curve. There could also be kite diagrams and triangular graphs!
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    Everyone else seems to have qualitive data for their fieldwork, my class went to a town and evaluated flood defences and did surveys/questionnaires, is this wrong if so what do I do?!
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    (Original post by abrack)
    I'm pretty useless with maths too! It will probs be rivers, so likely to be water budget, Hydrographs or Hjulström curve. There could also be kite diagrams and triangular graphs!
    Okay thankyou!! Good luck tomorrow
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    (Original post by poppy_riley)
    If the question is "describe the geographical theory, concept or idea that formed the basis of your fieldwork investigation"

    And my school went to investigate how a rivers velocity changes downstream using Bradshaw's model, how would I answer that question???
    "The aim of our investigation was to see downstream variation of river X. In particular: velocity, channel width and depth and bedload size. This follows the bradshaw model" and so on...
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    (Original post by abrack)
    This should help. Fairly easy to understand. http://www.alevelgeography.com/water-balance/
    Thank you, good luck for tomo!!


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    (Original post by poppy_riley)
    Okay thankyou!! Good luck tomorrow
    No probs! Thanks, and good luck to you too!
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    (Original post by SSAA9)
    Thank you, good luck for tomo!!


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    No probs. Thanks and good luck to you too! :-)
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    (Original post by geographygenius2)
    Right ive seen all the predictions etc but rather be fully prepared.

    How could I answer how my enquiry improved my understanding of the topic area? (did bradshaws model and rivers)
    Also if asked about how ict could be used what could i say?

    thanks in advance
    im doing the same investigation! we have been advised to comment on the fact that it is difficult to understand the concept over a textbook, its visual to view it first hand etc

    ICT - comment on the fact you can draw graphs on edexcel, use it to find out weather forecast, analyse results/present results etc

    hope this helps!
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    Hi Guys, Here is my paper from my mock. Its the 2015 GEOG2. I've got 43/50 for it. Enjoy!
    Ps. TSR wouldn't let me upload it because it's too big so I had to upload it to dropbox: https://www.dropbox.com/s/tqr1q3nzxs...GRADE.pdf?dl=0
 
 
 
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