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Can somebody let me know how they revise for gcse geography?
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Personally, I found flash cards the most useful for physical (all the processes and stuff), but I also made little summary booklets for each of the topics with the key information, facts + figures etc. Made revising seem a lot more manageable when you only had a few little booklets for the whole course!

Obviosuly everyone will revise differently, so you may have to try a few different methods until you find one that suits you for geography!
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(Original post by Cookies709)
Can somebody let me know how they revise for gcse geography?
I haven't done my GCSE and so I didn't exactly "revise" I'd recommend
Planet Lacey: Geography Revision youtube channel not the best but still good
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i used flashcards for processes and diagrams, little posters for case studies, condensed notes for pretty much everything else. i used a revision guide from myrevisionnotes, found the formatting nicer than CGP and they had lots of really good practice questions which meant i could do plenty of exam practice
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To be honest, I never revised geography as much as I did for sciences..

But if I could go back in time, I wish I would have made flashcards on everything, It would’ve made me slightly know the content more. Hope this helps
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Flashcards are the perfect revision tool. You can jot down questions, key words or facts on them. They are versatile and are easy to carry around in your pocket or in a bag etc. You can order a complete set on sites like Amazon or get a box from your local bookstore. Also tackle old practice exam questions as well.
You can use the number of given marks to guide your answer. For exam style revision sessions, make sure that you have answered the question fully. Make and refer to your notes. Purchase a few different revision guides. Test yourself on a weekly basis. Read the question properly and make sure you understand every instruction.
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