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hey, just wanted to see whether anybody knew great ways to revise for case studies, river process, etc?

thanks 

Shiny 

 

Posted: 28-12-10 22:24 by Shiny

The best thing for me is to read all the information and make a poster or something. Then try and do it without a poster. Some parts I remember easily and others I have to work at. Then writing a longer essay question on the case study helps even more. Try and revisit the case study the next day or a week later to see how much you remember.

Hope this helps :)

Posted: 29-12-10 11:11 by Rebecca

I personally find the best way to revise a case study is to learn a section of information each day, do it consecutively for about a week and I normally always produce loads of spider diagrams using bold colour and images to help me remember specific details, I then find I am able to mentally remember the colours and images and they help trigger the details :)

The geography CGP revision guides are also useful, the contain all the information you need, all you have to do is read it and continue to condense it into notes that you understand until you no longer need the notes.

Posted: 29-12-10 12:43 by Emma Brookes

Hey, Thanks that wos very helpful, i need 2 giv posters and spider diagrams a try !

thanks 

Shiny 

Posted: 29-12-10 18:22 by Shiny

Your very welcome!:) Remember to use colours and pictures to help trigger your memory during the exam!

Best of luck

Emma

Posted: 29-12-10 22:32 by Emma Brookes

Hey, thanks for all your advice but do u guys know how to learn the river diagram, like confluence etc, off by heart ???

thanks 

Shiny 

Posted: 16-01-11 15:46 by Shiny

I found this resource uber useful. thanks alot babes.

Posted: 04-02-11 12:13 by Ben Dover

ANY1 DO GEOG EDEXCEL COURSE??

Posted: 26-04-11 19:57 by Aman Sagoo

Aman Sagoo wrote:

ANY1 DO GEOG EDEXCEL COURSE??

Sorry nope, why do u need anything ?

Posted: 01-05-11 15:12 by Shiny

Aman Sagoo wrote:

ANY1 DO GEOG EDEXCEL COURSE??

Sorry nope, why do u need anything ?

Posted: 01-05-11 15:12 by Shiny

Aman Sagoo wrote:

ANY1 DO GEOG EDEXCEL COURSE??

 Yes... it's hard to find resources but I find ning.com pretty helpful, google it. I think it's for teachers but it has some pretty useful resources :) Are you doing coasts or rivers? extreme climates or oceans?

Posted: 03-05-11 19:40 by Rebecca

i do AQA  geog course 

Posted: 12-04-12 14:29 by Connah Greenhalgh - Team GR