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I am a GCSE student about to take my mocks in Geography. I have many case studies to learn and I would like to know how deep I am required to know my case studies to get the ambitious top grade, since I don't want to concentrate on Geography more than necessary, hence interfering with my other subjects revision. I'd like to know how well other students know their case studies please. Thanks!
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I am a GCSE student about to take my mocks in Geography. I have many case studies to learn and I would like to know how deep I am required to know my case studies to get the ambitious top grade, since I don't want to concentrate on Geography more than necessary, hence interfering with my other subjects revision. I'd like to know how well other students know their case studies please. Thanks!
Hi I do AQA gcse geography and I have done my paper 1 and 2 mock. I would say that you do need to know your case studies in quite a lot of depth as although they may be helpful in 4 markers, you might get a 6,9 or 12 marker just on a case study. For example there may be a question like name a case study where sustainable urban management was used. Questions like those are often 9 markers and you need to know your facts and figures in depth. Do not learn too many , I would say learn a minimum of 2 for each topic e.g the challenge of natural hazards I have learn Haiti Earthquake, Typhoon Haiyan, and Somerset Floods. I hope this helps.
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What were the questions on the 1st paper?
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