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    Though I would start this thread to discuss the unit 3 and 4 exams in June. We can discuss which 40 markers are likely to come up etc.
    I'm studying World Cities, Development and Globalisation, Plate Tectonics and Ecosystems but I don't plan on revising Ecosystems as it's my weakest topic and I do not enjoy it at all. There is just not enough to throughly revise all 4 topics so I may as well play to my strengths. Anyone else being taught this way?
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    I do World cities, weather and climate and plate tectonics.
    Why do you do 4 topics?
    Currently hating plate tectonics tbh
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    My teachers say by teaching us 4 topics it gives us more choice in the exam. However it's hard to revise every topic in depth
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    (Original post by georgias98)
    My teachers say by teaching us 4 topics it gives us more choice in the exam. However it's hard to revise every topic in depth
    Seems a lot but I think my school has soo many case studies - about 15 for each of the modules it'll be too much for us to do 4 topics.
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    (Original post by tcameron)
    Seems a lot but I think my school has soo many case studies - about 15 for each of the modules it'll be too much for us to do 4 topics.
    I also study plate techtonic and weather and climate. What are you predicting the 40 markers to be about?
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    (Original post by Nishatm411)
    I also study plate techtonic and weather and climate. What are you predicting the 40 markers to be about?
    I think plate tectonics theory
    And either urban microclimates or to do with the monsoon climate
 
 
 
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