Edexcel GCSE Geography - Practice Exam 3/3 Mark Scheme

This GCSE Geography Exam Pack has three carefully designed exams written to the 2009 Specification for Edexcel. This is not an official set, but is great practice towards River Landscapes and a Watery World!

MARK SCHEME FOR PAPER 3

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Edexcel GCSE Geography A
Unit 2: The Natural Environment
Paper 3 Mark Scheme
Question Answer Total
Marks SECTION A: RIVER
LANDSCAPES 1 The Bradshaw Model is a geographical model (1), which describes
how a river's characteristics vary between the upper course and lower course of a river.
(1) 1 2…

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Lighter load is deposited first. (1)
Levees The larger and heavier load that is deposited first (1), forms a raised bank along
the river channel. (1)
Diagrams account for one mark each time they are used. 3 Causes of
Flooding
· Ploughing: rainwater channels quicker (1)
· Vegetation removed: less…

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Edexcel GCSE Geography - Practice Exam 3/3 Mark Scheme

This GCSE Geography Exam Pack has three carefully designed exams written to the 2009 Specification for Edexcel. This is not an official set, but is great practice towards River Landscapes and a Watery World!

MARK SCHEME FOR PAPER 3

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Edexcel GCSE Geography A
Unit 2: The Natural Environment
Paper 3 Mark Scheme
Question Answer Total
Marks SECTION A: RIVER
LANDSCAPES 1 The Bradshaw Model is a geographical model (1), which describes
how a river's characteristics vary between the upper course and lower course of a river.
(1) 1 2…

Page 3

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Lighter load is deposited first. (1)
Levees The larger and heavier load that is deposited first (1), forms a raised bank along
the river channel. (1)
Diagrams account for one mark each time they are used. 3 Causes of
Flooding
· Ploughing: rainwater channels quicker (1)
· Vegetation removed: less…

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