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    Okay, so I'm doing my coursework on the River Tillingbourne (Anyone else?) and my teachers are confusing as FUDGE! I'm not asking for an essay on what to do, but a link to a website that would tell me SPECIFICS on what to do, or a model A/A* example would be awesome.Thanks!
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    (Original post by F.SA)
    Okay, so I'm doing my coursework on the River Tillingbourne (Anyone else?) and my teachers are confusing as FUDGE! I'm not asking for an essay on what to do, but a link to a website that would tell me SPECIFICS on what to do, or a model A/A* example would be awesome.Thanks!
    See http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/wiki...ting_responses

    You're limiting the people who can help you to those people who are taking the exact same coursework because you aren't giving any information about the level you're studying at, the exam board, the exact question you're trying to answer, what you've tried so far, what you're struggling with etc etc.

    Have you looked on the exam board website?
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    See http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/wiki...ting_responses

    You're limiting the people who can help you to those people who are taking the exact same coursework because you aren't giving any information about the level you're studying at, the exam board, the exact question you're trying to answer, what you've tried so far, what you're struggling with etc etc.

    Have you looked on the exam board website?
    I'm sorry, I forget that people aren't psychic . I'm doing GCSE Geography AQA, and I'm particularly struggling with the methodology and the complex graphs. Thanks for the link!
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    I'm sorry, I forget that people aren't psychic . I'm doing GCSE Geography AQA, and I'm particularly struggling with the methodology and the complex graphs. Thanks for the link!
    That's still pretty vague - the AQA spec for Water on the Land is here: http://filestore.aqa.org.uk/subjects...DSOW5-PHYS.PDF and http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/g/re...ter+and+rivers has TSR resources for water/rivers for AQA GCSE - as you can see there are a LOT of rivers that different students look at for different purposes.

    what is the title of your coursework and what help or guidance have you had so far from your teachers?
    How much detail have they told you to include (is there a word limit)?
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    That's still pretty vague - the AQA spec for Water on the Land is here: http://filestore.aqa.org.uk/subjects...DSOW5-PHYS.PDF and http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/g/re...ter+and+rivers has TSR resources for water/rivers for AQA GCSE - as you can see there are a LOT of rivers that different students look at for different purposes.

    what is the title of your coursework and what help or guidance have you had so far from your teachers?
    How much detail have they told you to include (is there a word limit)?
    UM... The River Tillingbourne?The whole think is quite detailed but the problem is, my teachers are all saying different things! Some say don't go into too much detail, its a waste of time others say be very detailed and the whole thing is confusing. We had to look at the features of a river and how a river changes as it flows downstream e.g. it gets deeper, wider, ect. There is a 2500 word limit whch includes the high control part.
 
 
 
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