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Does anyone know of any good resources to help me understand the a level geography specification better? I find it hard to grasp the content when I’m taught it in lessons so when it comes to revising I don’t know where to start! I cannot make sense of the essay style exam questions and how to plan my answers either.
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It is a CGP book revision guide with practice questions
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Does anyone know of any good resources to help me understand the a level geography specification better? I find it hard to grasp the content when I’m taught it in lessons so when it comes to revising I don’t know where to start! I cannot make sense of the essay style exam questions and how to plan my answers either.
I would say if you don't understand a topic. Get your textbook and read over the content and make notes. Type in key case studies on google and make extra notes.

Try get revising, I have some notes uploaded for Edexcel.

https://getrevising.co.uk/resources/...le-water-cycle

https://getrevising.co.uk/resources/...n-rights-1-1-1

Also essays should be point, evidence, explain, link.

4 markers - 2 points
6 markers - 3 points
8 markers - 4 points
12 markers - 3 paragraphs exclude intro/conclusion
20 markers - 4/5 paragraphs exclude intro/conclusion
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I would say if you don't understand a topic. Get your textbook and read over the content and make notes. Type in key case studies on google and make extra notes.

Try get revising, I have some notes uploaded for Edexcel.

https://getrevising.co.uk/resources/...le-water-cycle

https://getrevising.co.uk/resources/...n-rights-1-1-1

Also essays should be point, evidence, explain, link.

4 markers - 2 points
6 markers - 3 points
8 markers - 4 points
12 markers - 3 paragraphs exclude intro/conclusion
20 markers - 4/5 paragraphs exclude intro/conclusion
Thank you so much!
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Go to the Pearson website. They have summary sheets to fill in, topic guides, exemplar essays and the specification that tells you what you need to understand. I normally just use google to get notes alongside the textbook and lessons
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