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I've done so much research for this and looked at so many articles. I have so many facts and figures I don't know what I need and what I don't need. Can somebody give me a list of definite things to revise? I'm struggling to decide which things are important.
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I've done so much research for this and looked at so many articles. I have so many facts and figures I don't know what I need and what I don't need. Can somebody give me a list of definite things to revise? I'm struggling to decide which things are important.
My teacher told our class that we only really need to know the extra case study for a Sahel country, the costs and benefits of migration to Europe and what strategies can be used to deal with the issue - improving conditions in the Sahel and tackling the smuggling. But most of the evidence we need is in the 4B pack we have in the exam and that we reference that when necessary. Hope that clarifies things.
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My teacher told our class that we only really need to know the extra case study for a Sahel country, the costs and benefits of migration to Europe and what strategies can be used to deal with the issue - improving conditions in the Sahel and tackling the smuggling. But most of the evidence we need is in the 4B pack we have in the exam and that we reference that when necessary. Hope that clarifies things.
Thanks so much! My teacher has been too busy with her other jobs around school so she's pretty much just told us to Google things which isn't useful. This really helps!
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Thanks so much! My teacher has been too busy with her other jobs around school so she's pretty much just told us to Google things which isn't useful. This really helps!
I'm having the same problem! I have categorised the information into several sub-topics:
1) Routes to the EU
2) General Push/Pull Factors
3) Challenges to Migrants
4) Climate Change
5) EU Quotas and Tensions in the EU
6) Benefits to the EU
7) Solutions
8) Case Study
This makes it just seem a lot easier! There is a lot of cross-over though, but most of the information I got was mainly from the booklet (aside from the case study of course) and some reading around the subject. Good luck in the exam!
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