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    stand up if u like geography!

    :party: :party: :party: :party:

    well that settles it then
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    Aww, wow, look at the geog fan club! Hehe.

    :love:
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    Sounds like the same specification as me..
    I've done A2 Physical tho
    The A2 Human Eco stuff rocks tho IMO.
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    Your geography specifications sound much more interesting than mine (CCEA). The physical geography is fine and very interesting but the Human stuff is just so dull, and to top things off I have a very good Human Geog teacher but an absolutely rubbish physical geog teacher so then both end up being quite dull.
    I enjoyed geography all the way through GCSE and AS but now I am always temtped to drop it and just do the three a-levels, but at the same time its pretty easy.
    On second thoughts I maybe shouldn't post my opinion on geography as the last time I did, someone gave me negative feedback. :mad:
    Does anyone know any good links to websites for case-studies?
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    (Original post by Hawk)
    On second thoughts I maybe shouldn't post my opinion on geography as the
    Geographers are more powerful than you think! :p:
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    Human geography is quite interesting, but physical is as boring as fu*k
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    For HAWK
    http://www.geography.btinternet.co.uk/
    http://www.georesources.co.uk/
    as a start!
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    Haha, totally agree. Which is why I am dreading the Ocean and Atmospheric Systems module if I go to Notts in September!!
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    (Original post by SiAnY)
    Haha, totally agree. Which is why I am dreading the Ocean and Atmospheric Systems module if I go to Notts in September!!
    That sounds fun! One thing that I really liked about Soton was the whole Oceanography thing and other physical. Apart from Paleo... that sounded rubbish!
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    Oceanography + paleontology (sp?) = yawn!
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    (Original post by SiAnY)
    Oceanography + paleontology (sp?) = yawn!
    You human geographers! :rolleyes:
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    :p: :p:

    Hello Geogger
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    Hi there
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    So when are you going to Exeter, Sian?
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    I am going to Exeter University on the ninth of March two-thousand-and-five.
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    You human geographers!
    finally some serious support for physical geog!! i have been waiting ages to hear that

    on another topic...

    :star:

    what are they throwing at that poor smilie?
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    (Original post by Sam_B)
    finally some serious support for physical geog!! i have been waiting ages to hear that

    on another topic...

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    what are they throwing at that poor smilie?
    Roses silly! :p:
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    Sam = a nonce
 
 
 
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