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Hi everyone.

Just went through all past papers from 2013 to 2015 for Geography. I made a few notes on what hasnt come up in a few years, does that mean it is likely to come up in 2016 paper?

Its the last year with this spec so for sure, they will make it difficult and add random questions. HELP???!!!!!
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Make sure you know the ins and outs of the spec. If something hasn't come up for a while and it's in the spec, learn and revise it.

But be careful, as for A-Levels some are reformed in subjects such as Geography and your spec may differ wildly from last year's or that of a few years ago.

"They will make it difficult and add random questions"- they're not there to catch you out.
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What do you feel is going to come up??
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Anyone got predictions for coasts and health topics?
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    1. This may help for case studies, at least 20 on the document... http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/-/252380941352?
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My teachers have these predictions, on the sections we cover.

Rivers:
- Hjulstrom Curve
- Rejuvenation
- Flooding: Case studies
- Lower course landforms (Deltas)

Coasts:
- Rising sea levels
- Tides

Population:
- Aging population
- Managing population

Health:
- Local Health case study
- Famine
- Obesity
- Non communicable disease (CHD)
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