Is anyone doing the Edexcel AS level geography exam?

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I was wondering if anyone is doing this exam. How are you revising for it and how are you getting it on?

Posted: 28-12-12 21:28 by Bethany Cunningham

i have that exam, except i'm doing the ocr one, but it's on the same day. I'm just rewriting my notes and doing past papers. i'm finding it ok, things aren't to hard at the moment, i'm not to worried about it as my revision is going well and i feel like i know most things.

Posted: 29-12-12 16:52 by Thegirlwhoknewtoomuch - Team GR

How did you find the exam?

Posted: 14-01-13 17:57 by Tasleem

it was good , i did q10 on migration 

Posted: 14-01-13 18:03 by Connah Greenhalgh - Team GR

Ah okay, I did Q9 on globalisation. What did you do for the local area hazards? I'm sscared I misunderstood the question

Posted: 14-01-13 21:06 by Tasleem

i wrote about how Keswick is affected by local hazards such as flooding , landslides , small earthquakes 

Posted: 15-01-13 07:02 by Connah Greenhalgh - Team GR

I did how london is affected by flooding :/ is that correct? Its a local area right?

Posted: 15-01-13 21:35 by Tasleem

i think it has to be your local area , if you live in london i think thats fine

Posted: 16-01-13 06:27 by Connah Greenhalgh - Team GR

oh, but i live outside london...

Posted: 16-01-13 17:59 by Tasleem

i dont think the examiners will check where you live

Posted: 16-01-13 18:19 by Connah Greenhalgh - Team GR

Connah Greenhalgh wrote:

i dont think the examiners will check where you live

 they don't they won't know where your paper came from

Posted: 16-01-13 19:41 by Thegirlwhoknewtoomuch - Team GR

that would be wierd if they did

Posted: 17-01-13 07:49 by Connah Greenhalgh - Team GR

haha okay thank god :')

Posted: 17-01-13 11:33 by Tasleem

papers are handed out to examiners at random, and they have so many to mark they won't want to try and find out where you live, they literally have hundreds to mark

Posted: 17-01-13 17:04 by Thegirlwhoknewtoomuch - Team GR