Orientation and Study Skills

Year one orientation and study skills exam:

  • Geography handbook
  • Studying effectively
  • Academic infoverse
  • Academic literature
  • Geography and geographers
  • Timelines and Ancient Geography
  • Exploration and Empire 
  • On Truth and Maps
  • Radical Geography
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  • Created by: Sophie
  • Created on: 18-01-15 12:07

1. Which statement about the verbal puzzle is incorrect?

  • Proved nothing exists
  • If something did exist, we would not be able to comprehend it
  • Showed that philosophers could speak utter absurdity (Gottlieb 2000)
  • No flaws
  • If we were able to comprehend it, we would not be able to communicate this to anyone
  • Created by Gorgias the Nihilist
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2. Which is not a process of academic misconduct?

  • Outcomes
  • Reporting
  • Investigation
  • Emailing
  • Meeting
  • Penalties

3. Which is not a feature of the anchoring o core concepts that creates geography and geographers, as quoted by Clifford et al 2009?

  • Only human phenomena
  • An interest in space, place and the environment
  • Allied concepts such as time, process, scale and risk
  • Fieldwork

4. What does the marking criteria not include?

  • Level of wide reading
  • Part I & II examinations
  • Part II dissertations
  • Honours I & II
  • Part I & II presentations/posters
  • Examinations
  • Coursework

5. Who said Geography was associated with skills of navigation, cartography and was not a principle field of human endeavour?

  • Roberts 1653
  • Parry 1981
  • Smith 1764


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