hogg_deeney
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The question: Using an AC city that you have studied, examine the cause of internal growth. (6)

My answer: London’s birth rate is rising rapidly. People who migrate to cities tend to be in their 20s and 30s. When people settle in the city, they often start families. The natural increase helps to increase city populations; this increase is called internal growth. Rural-urban migration is a key cause of this urbanisation. People who live in rural areas, especially in developing countries, have few jobs and often live in poverty as they work as subsistence farmers. The migration to urban areas offers a greater range of jobs, education, entertainment opportunities and the natural belief that some people are just better off in the city.

Is this worth the full 6 marks or do I need to add more?
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A level? i wouldn't expect this to get more than 4. it only really offers one firm point, the supporting points are bitty and undeveloped. plus this is the uk - subsistence farming isn't an accurate descriptor of non-urban life
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