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Need a tad of help
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moi! what do you need help on?
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Need a tad of help
Idk how much help I’ll be, but I’m taking AQA geography too. What did you need help with?
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I'm just doing practice 20 mark essays in prep for the exam on Monday and I've came across "Assess the relative importance of glacial and fluvioglacial processes in forming glacial landscapes" in the revision guide and I was wondering if outlining the processes in enough to get the ten marks for AO1 or if I have to have examples too..
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It's a no from me, i'm out.
I don't do glacial systems :P
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I'm just doing practice 20 mark essays in prep for the exam on Monday and I've came across "Assess the relative importance of glacial and fluvioglacial processes in forming glacial landscapes" in the revision guide and I was wondering if outlining the processes in enough to get the ten marks for AO1 or if I have to have examples too..
I’m not studying glaciers, so I don’t think I can help much
I will suggest though that 20 markers normally require some form of evaluation, and examples and case studies might be helpful for doing that.
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Haha oh well, thanks for trying!
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I'm just doing practice 20 mark essays in prep for the exam on Monday and I've came across "Assess the relative importance of glacial and fluvioglacial processes in forming glacial landscapes" in the revision guide and I was wondering if outlining the processes in enough to get the ten marks for AO1 or if I have to have examples too..
Use examples. For example, the Lake District, in how its glacial landscape has been heavily influenced by the high prevalence of corries, yet the river systems pre-glaciation actually scoured out the landscape, which the glaciers formed in and eroded it further.
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I’m not studying glaciers, so I don’t think I can help much
I will suggest though that 20 markers normally require some form of evaluation, and examples and case studies might be helpful for doing that.
Hi, what do you mean by evaluation? - struggling with this part haha
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Hi, what do you mean by evaluation? - struggling with this part haha
Arguing both sides of the question and drawing your own conclusion. Use case studies to support your arguments as well!
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