so this is bothering me quite a lot. I have a few questions concerning A level Geography and case studies.
With case studies, how do you decide what pieces of relevant information to memorise and how do you use them in the exam? I've seen case studies online with tons of information but there's no way in millions of years could I remember pages of information for ONE case study. Plus it seems impossible to put that much information in the exam. Imagine, I have like 13 case studies for human geography alone and that's for AS. That would be like memorising a whole novel.
This is my biggest fear and worry. At GCSE I failed at remembering case studies but somehow managed to get by in the exam. Any help and advice would be much appreciated x
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- 06-09-2016 00:13
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- 08-09-2016 01:30
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