Revising Geography

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Hello :) 

i was just wondering if anyone had any ideas on how to revise geography? as there are quite a lot of different topics, and case studies all to learn for 2exams, and it seems to just go in one ear and out the other! does anyone have any ideas on how to help me learn all my geography? 

Thank you :) x

Posted: 17-04-11 12:33 by Hazz

what topics are you doing?

and best thing is to go on www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize then geogrpahy use videos and information then test yourself x

Posted: 17-04-11 15:03 by Sabrina

I've made revision notes, which I've not done for other subjects because I hate writing loads but I think it's helped. Do you do AQA geography?

Posted: 18-04-11 08:50 by hiuu billy

tbh i don't know whether i do AQA or OCR but it's most probably AQA why x

Posted: 18-04-11 11:31 by Sabrina

I made a massive poster for each topic. I then did the case studies on a different page, I wrote key facts about each and what questions I would use it for. I also stuck loads of post-it notes all over the house to test me all the time!! :D

Posted: 18-04-11 14:13 by Emma

ummm making que cards, lists or mindmaps on each case study when, what, why, response, primary and secondary effects.

notes,diagrams, mindmaps on how and why earthquakes, volcanoes, hurricanes, drought etc. happen.

key words so you can put the in on answers in the exam paper as they get you higher marks.

Posted: 18-04-11 16:58 by Megan

I have just posted a quiz on glaciation. Just type in Geography - ice on the land quiz. I would love to know what you think of it. Cheers :)

Posted: 20-04-11 11:05 by FiFi

Sabrina wrote:

what topics are you doing?

and best thing is to go on www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize then geogrpahy use videos and information then test yourself x

hello the topics that i am doing are Water on the land

The restless earth

The coastal zone.

Population change 

Changing Urban environments

Tourism

ok thank you very much x

Posted: 20-04-11 18:05 by Hazz

Oh, I do all them apart from Development instead of Changing Urban Environments. (:

Posted: 20-04-11 18:56 by hiuu billy

www.i-study.co.uk has simple but comprehensive revision notes for the different units

Posted: 10-05-11 21:35 by h davies

If you have an ipod download podcasts off itunes and watch them

Posted: 11-05-11 12:21 by Georgia

Georgina, do you know any free podcasts??

Posted: 14-05-11 16:55 by Emma

I have a resource which is a link to a brill website, also purchase a globe. :P x

Posted: 15-05-11 13:02 by Georgina

Cool, I'll have a look :) Thanksss!!

Posted: 15-05-11 15:03 by Emma

Cool, I'll have a look :) Thanksss!!

Posted: 15-05-11 15:03 by Emma

MAKE A GINAT POSTER FOR EACH CASE STUDY AND ONE FOR KEYWORDS USE LOTS OF COLOUR AND PICS AND STUFF THEN STICK IT ON YOU BEDROOM WALL OR WHERE YOU SPEND ALOT OF TIME AND EVERY TIME YOU ARE IN THAT ROOM READ IT THEN EVERY FEW DAYS WRITE DOWN EVERYTHING YOU CAN REMBER AND SEE HOW YOU DONE

Posted: 19-05-11 22:22 by jessica smith

i like it :)

Posted: 20-05-11 09:39 by Georgina

SAMEE!! :D

Posted: 20-05-11 17:57 by Emma

http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/audio/geography/ download these podcasts. they are free and really useful if you want to revise in a different way!

Posted: 26-05-11 11:07 by Georgia

Make acronyms, theyre really good in to remember things and u can make them lame and/or funny so you remember them ;)

Posted: 27-05-11 18:01 by Lamise Hassan

That it pree' true ^^ I love doing those!! :D

Posted: 28-05-11 20:31 by Emma