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    (Original post by WeLoveMedics)
    im seriously stuck no idea where to start, what the hell do i do this is wendesday
    do you have this exam tomorrow?
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    (Original post by cube josh)
    do you have this exam tomorrow?
    No, its Thursday morning
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    What sampling methods do people have? Like the hypothesis, questions and how to select who to ask?
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    (Original post by WeLoveMedics)
    im seriously stuck no idea where to start, what the hell do i do this is wendesday
    the exam is thursday!
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    Has anyone got any notes or clear comparisons between the UK and US? Thank you
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    (Original post by AslAbb)
    Has anyone got any notes or clear comparisons between the UK and US? Thank you
    Only thing I've got is that according to the Energy Information Agency 2011 the US had an estimated 862 trillion cubic feet of available shale gas compared to the UK having only 20 trillion, so it's more economically viable there
    Also the production in the US is around 10x that of the UK, meaning the country is almost self sufficient for gas
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    My teachers told us to research into particular anti fracking groups and what they campaign for... would that even be useful???
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    (Original post by Sacred Ground)
    Really? My teacher put all the answers on a PowerPoint for us to learn


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    Hi! Any chance you would be able to send me your resource too? Don't worry if not, I understand you have already given it to a bunch of people
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    Worried about getting a question on figures P2, P3 and P4, I don't really get what they're showing?! Can anyone help??
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    (Original post by Hattie_Hats)
    Same, I have biology the same day as geog4b and haven't started my revision (or notes) for either

    I hope this goes well...
    SAME
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    (Original post by mohammed.)
    same
    double same
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    Can anyone please explain the different types of systematic, stratified and random sampling and which one is most appropriate to use when surveying the questionnaire?
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    (Original post by anniet36)
    My teachers told us to research into particular anti fracking groups and what they campaign for... would that even be useful???
    yeah look up Frackoff and Stopfrackingflyde websites - we did an example question in class wherby it asked: There is a strong anti-fracking movement in Lancashire. To what extent do you think their objections are justified (15)
    So had to mention the anti-fracking groups in this - seems like a legitimate question to ask aswell
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    (Original post by Cathy678)
    Can anyone please explain the different types of systematic, stratified and random sampling and which one is most appropriate to use when surveying the questionnaire?
    Systematic is most appropriate
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    (Original post by tcameron)
    Systematic is most appropriate
    What reasons could you say about why it is most appropriate?
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    (Original post by omghamish)
    double same
    Same :cry::afraid:
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    How much is this paper worth to our final Geography grade for this year? Like as a percentage.
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    (Original post by mtfc123)
    How much is this paper worth to our final Geography grade for this year? Like as a percentage.
    40% for A2, so 20% of our final A level
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    (Original post by omghamish)
    double same
    same -__- and I had chem just today which was too deep revising for so haven't had time to start geog
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    (Original post by duncant)
    40% for A2, so 20% of our final A level
    I'm so ****ed for this paper - guess that a* isn't happening -.-
 
 
 
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