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Does anybody know of a good way to remember casestudies for geography? I was thinking of doing mindmaps but usually mindmaps don't help me that much. I have tried to make some summary cards but memorising them seems to be a bit of a problem.
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When I was doing Geography (at both GCSE and A Level), I learned case studies by dividing them up into headings (e.g. social, economic and environmental impacts), and listing bullet points under each. I also made figures like numbers of deaths or costs easier to remember by rounding them
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Don't try and remember too many facts and figs - only what you need to know for the question. If you go overboard you'll struggle.

I used flashcards to learn and memorise stuff and then did exam questions over and over again to cement everything.
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