Can you use case studies you learnt at GCSE for A Level Geography?

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E.g. for Migration use Poland to UK instead of Tanzania to UK. Or will this just get a straight 0/20 marks? I am working from the AQA Exam Board currently Yr 12
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E.g. for Migration use Poland to UK instead of Tanzania to UK. Or will this just get a straight 0/20 marks? I am working from the AQA Exam Board currently Yr 12
You definitely won't receive 0 marks so no need to worry. You may not get as many marks as using an A-level case study but its better to get marks on a case study you are comfortable with rather than less marks on one you dont know that well. And also, as different schools use different case studies, I dont think it is that obvious when someone is using a GCSE case study so I wouldn't worry at all.
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Unless there are studies that are set in the spec, it's fine, so long as you're using them to clearly demonstrate the point that you are trying to make.
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