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Hi guys i am really worried about geography because i want to get a good grade but guys what is the best way of revising for geography thank you
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Depends human or physical,
Human you revise key terms and case studies
Physical do acryonms for processes
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I would make print the specification out and use it make mindmaps/flashcards for the key topics. Also attempt practice questions in timed conditions and in geography, skills are important-(you need to be able to read maps and identity processes in figures). There is a lottt of content though.. This is for GCSE isn't it??
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I would make print the specification out and use it make mindmaps/flashcards for the key topics. Also attempt practice questions in timed conditions and in geography, skills are important-(you need to be able to read maps and identity processes in figures). There is a lottt of content though.. This is for GCSE isn't it??
Yes zoey its for gcses
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Yes zoey its for gcses
Okay...put the work in...you'll do very welll!!
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Okay...put the work in...you'll do very welll!!
thank you you too as well
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Also, make sure you practice your maths skills, they are all easy marks and could be the difference between grades.
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Also, make sure you practice your maths skills, they are all easy marks and could be the difference between grades.
Totally agree
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Completely agree about the practising maths skills, also learning case studies is a good idea, I use flashcards as I find them useful. Case studies come up on high mark questions. Plus, make sure that you are secure with skills, such as map reading and the key words. Hope that this has been helpful.
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Completely agree about the practising maths skills, also learning case studies is a good idea, I use flashcards as I find them useful. Case studies come up on high mark questions. Plus, make sure that you are secure with skills, such as map reading and the key words. Hope that this has been helpful.
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yes thank you so much
It's ok, is there anything else about GCSE geography that you are worried about?
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With the case studies, just in case you can't think of anything in the exam itself instead of leaving it blank just write something that sounds plausible, it could even be from your town. My geography teacher is an examiner and if she read something that sounded good and correct she wouldn't bother searching it to see if it is true. I wouldn't recommend doing this if you do remember your case studies, but if you physically cannot think of anything then it is always an option. I hope this helps
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Completely agree about the practising maths skills, also learning case studies is a good idea, I use flashcards as I find them useful. Case studies come up on high mark questions. Plus, make sure that you are secure with skills, such as map reading and the key words. Hope that this has been helpful.
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With the case studies, just in case you can't think of anything in the exam itself instead of leaving it blank just write something that sounds plausible, it could even be from your town. My geography teacher is an examiner and if she read something that sounded good and correct she wouldn't bother searching it to see if it is true. I wouldn't recommend doing this if you do remember your case studies, but if you physically cannot think of anything then it is always an option. I hope this helps
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