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Hi, how did everyone do on their gcse geography exams, I got A* overall. A* for unit 1 A for unit 2 and A* for coursework. I'm taking it for A level so I was really pleased, and I'm looking forward to A level geography.
What exam board did you do? I had A* in first exam, A in the second one, and A* in coursework, and ended up one mark off an A*. I did WJEC spec A :)
well done, I did AQA spec A, what topics did you study, I did tectonics, rivers, coasts, population, urbanisation and development, I did best in unit 1 which was the physical paper, I do enjoy physical geography more than human.
In my first exam in year 10 I did rivers, climate change, active zone (hurricanes earthquakes and volcanoes, population, globalisation and development.
In the second one this year, i did 3 units on coasts, weather and climate, and tourism. (we had a choice of 3 out of 6 units, had to do at least 1 physical and one human)
I did better in the first one, but I think my favourite ones are weather, population and globalisation.
We did coursework on rivers in year 10, and on tourism in year 11. :)
Modified once, last modified by Natalia on Sun 26th August, 2012 @ 21:16
I did my coursework on rivers and we had a really fun triip to a river near the school. my favourites were tectonics and rivers, arew you doing geography for a level, I am
We had a trip too :) it was fun :)
I wanted do do A level, but it clashed with chemistry in the option columns in my school, so i chose biology instead. They told me they might fit it in in September, but I don't really believe that.. I was so annoyed because of that actually...
that's annoying, I love geography, but I hated it in yr 7 and 8, but then we always seemed to do the same thing, maybe thats why.
Yeah, same I love it :) well, I wasn't here in year 7- I was in Poland :) But i think i've always liked it.
It was proberly down to me having an awful teacher in yr 7 and 8, but then she retired and i got a new one he taught me in yr 9 then in yr 10 and 11., so are you from poland?
yeah, i moved her 2 years ago :) I loved my geography teacher in Poland :)
cool, does it snow a lot in poland, ilove it when it snows, but the last 2 times it snowed here i had flu so i couldn't go out, which was annoying.
yeah, it does :) but we have hot summers too :) I love snow! i really miss the 'real winter' here... It almost never snows here..
I think the last time i played in proper snow, was about 4 or 5 years ago it started snowing at the end of school and by the time i got home had covered the roads, and i only live about 3 mins walk away from school. my cat liked it he goes crazy in the snow but he doesn't like the cold:)
aw, i wish i snowed more :) my dog hasn't seen snow yet xD where do you live? I live in south Wales, in Swansea :)
cornwall, so we are the least likely to have snow in the whole country.
yeah... I think i actually like winter more that summer... :)
same, I like the dark evenings and mornings and it just feels all cosy inside at that time, my birthday is in november so i always enjoy it then although sometimes i do wish it was in the summer so i could have a barbeque. I do stargazing so winter is always easier for me.
yeah, same :) I just love the atmosphere of winter :)
oh, i see :) stargazing sounds interesting :)
Modified once, last modified by Natalia on Mon 27th August, 2012 @ 15:41
it is, i've got a telescope and i've seen some amazing things, but i haven't done any since early august because the weathers been rubbish, but last time i did i saw the milky way which was amazing.
wow, i'd love to see something like that :) but i don't have the equipment.
you don't need any equipment for seeing the milky way, I didn't use any as i was camping at the time and a telescope weighs a ton! You do need a dark sky somewhere away from city lights, I was in a feild 2 miles outside a town and i saw it so it doesn't have to be miles away although it's best if your not on a hill otherwise you will get lights from other towns.
oh, i see :) i should try it then :) most of the time i'm in the city, but i'll try :)
It is great, 4th time seeing it now, the first time was actually in my backgarden, it was a clear night in december and it was faint but i saw it. i wanted to see a meteor shower that happened a few weeks ago but it was cloudy, saw that one 2 years ago, another thing you don't need a telescope for, thats best naked eye, but binoculars are good for still objects. i wonder what stargazing in the snow is like?
wow, that sounds amazing :) i've never seen one... it sounds magical to be honest :)
I've seen about 5, their one that happens in Janurary around the 3rd and one in december on the 28th, and several others, theres a list of them all here, the big ones are best:
the hourly rate is usually half of what it says if you are looking in a town or city.