What's A-level Geography like? Is it much different to GCSE? I'm thinking of taking at A-level (along with English literature, English language, History) and got an A at GCSE? Does it go well with these subjects? Thank you
AS isn't much different in my opinion but A2 is quite a lot different from GCSE as you actually have to do proper essays and not just long mark questions.
I didn't do any other essay subjects at A level so I'm not sure how well it goes with your other subjects, all I know is the ones in my class who were doing subjects like History had a lot better vocabulary than me when it came to writing essays.
Therefore, A Level Geography is fairly similar to GCSE in terms of content, however it's more difficult to gain marks. Instead of just using geographical terms, you also have to explain what they mean in order to get a mark for it, for example. The essays you need to write in exams are also longer and more detailed, so you need to be confident at essay writing in order to do well.
I hope that helps (if you have any more questions, just ask)