I'm home-educated, and set to take my Geography IGCSE as an external candidate in May. Now, since I'm home-ed, I'm going for the non-course-work set of papers, but in the test papers I've downloaded, it asks for case studies. It says, for example, in a named city that you have studied, explain the reason for the current density. Now, it also asks questions about things like earthquakes in named examples, drought, etc. Do I have to just study an example of literally everything, just in case?
CIE IGCSE Case Studies Watch
- Thread Starter
- 09-02-2017 13:04
- 27-02-2017 23:06
Yes you do - each topic has at least 1 case study you should have learnt. Look at the CIE IGCSE Geography textbook, it has plenty...