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Hi guys i need help with my alevel geography nea. Are there any past student who done the nea if yes can u send me any examples and advice please
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Hey,

I finished mine last year, do you know what topic you want to base it on to start with?
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Hey,

I finished mine last year, do you know what topic you want to base it on to start with?
Excellent do u mind me asking what grade u got in ur nea and what was the mark
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Excellent do u mind me asking what grade u got in ur nea and what was the mark
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I would let you know if I knew it!
My teachers have said apparently they don’t give it back until results day
(Just to clarify I’m still in Year 13)
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Hey,
I would let you know if I knew it!
My teachers have said apparently they don’t give it back until results day
(Just to clarify I’m still in Year 13)
I just need help with the methodology how many primary sources do u need and secondary and i really need help with data presentation analysis and conclusion
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Do you mind me asking what your question is?
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Do you mind me asking what your question isw
Why is area x deprived and need regneration compared to area b
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Okay good question,
Which are the two areas? Are they quiet villages or bigger cities
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Okay good question,
Which are the two areas? Are they quiet villages or bigger cities
One is a rural area the other is an urban
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So what I would advise with is try and get 4 sources for each, it's a good base for whether you have too many or too few.
As long as you know where you are getting your data from it should be easy, it is just time consuming that's all.
Make sure you use LOTS of maps, titled an everything, doesn't matter how big they are.
If you need anymore help or advice just pop another reply
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