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    (Original post by Blancosdos)

    I prefer Human.I love it.If Human was only in Geography,i'd easily get an A*.But Physical,i get quite high on that but i hate it,its so tedious to revise for.
    If you're doing edexcel, A2 can be just human if you choose it to be.

    I'm doing AS Edexcel and I think the hardest part of doing geography is keeping motivated and not getting complacent, the content isn't difficult but it needs to be revised. There are also only a handful of compulsory case study's with most of them being GCSE case study's too, EU migration for example. I got an A* in GCSE Geography and my current grade is a B..... If you like geography and you stay motivated you will do well.

    I did OCR geog at GCSE and AQA for a level. The jump from GCSE geography to AS is minuscule; especially if you do similar/same topics as gcse. Plus the fact that there are shorter answer qns means that you can easily accumulate marks and get an A.

    However, A2 geography is another story. It requires thinking and careful time management (which is super hard (for me anyway) under the pressure.) if you're great at essays, then it might be relatively easy for you (provided you know the content which you probs will do.) 😊

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