AQA Geography - Case Studies

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does anyone have any good tips for learning case studies quickly??? please...

Posted: 05-06-12 15:16 by Muzz :P

I need some tips as well :-( it's killing me!

Posted: 05-06-12 17:39 by Ammy

I have no idea how I'm supposed to remember the case studies - I've just condensed them to small cards and I was looking at them everyday and trying to make it go in. Worried for the exam :/

Posted: 05-06-12 20:25 by Joanne

samez.. i can't digest it all... :(

Posted: 06-06-12 10:16 by Muzz :P

Just keep reading them over thats what im doing,

i also made a powerpoint on all the case studies i have studied if you want to look at it, but its for edexcel :/

Just click on ma name :)

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Posted: 07-06-12 12:10 by :) PurpleJaguar (: - Team GR

@ :) PurpleJaguar (: thanks for the tips. I'll try that. and yeah i'll have a look at the powerpoint. thanks :)

Posted: 07-06-12 13:24 by Muzz :P

just keep going over your notes, make mindmaps of them, write them out or do past questions about them. I find that the last 2 help me most.

Posted: 10-06-12 19:18 by Thegirlwhoknewtoomuch - Team GR

dont learn all the numbers guys...pick some numbers which may look important...like no. of deaths...or area affected...learn the dates...and the impacts and response...they tend to be generally the same for all disasters...and so the numbers are where the information changes...

i did my physics geog last year...none of the important case studies came up for me...and i was devastated! so u guys will preobably get case studies...but they arent that bad...learn the content...and some things are just common sense...you will be fine xD goodluck guys ***

Posted: 10-06-12 19:59 by Namita

our teacher told us that we can make up numbers and facts for case studies as long as they sound realistic.

Posted: 11-06-12 07:09 by Thegirlwhoknewtoomuch - Team GR

I try and find videos on youtube or bbc (classclips) about the different case studies. After you have read through all the detail on the studies in a textbook or revision guide, just use the videos from then on because they are less boring and i think that seeing and hearing things works better at implementing things in your mind. If you cant find videos, try and make your own or do podcasts :D

Posted: 11-06-12 16:23 by Connor

thanks for the tips guys... :) will definitely try out those that i havent done yet.. :)

Posted: 11-06-12 16:59 by Muzz :P

Its probs too late but was my powerpoint useful? :)

Posted: 14-06-12 17:31 by :) PurpleJaguar (: - Team GR