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AS and A Level: Geography

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    Investigating Travel & Tourism

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    Outline and Evaluate Hardin's 'Lifeboat Ethics'.

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    Factors affecting rates of population change across the world.

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    Evaluate the potential impact on individuals, communities and cultures of the changing retail structure of clone towns.

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    Examine the impacts of UK retirement migration to the Mediterranean on the source and host regions?

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Being the study of the world, its people and their impact on its environments, Geography is a subject which has strong links with many other subjects such as Sociology Economics, Physics and Biology. Broadly separated into Physical, Human and Environmental Geography the study of the subject at A level requires you to master all three areas and in some examination board specifications, be able to seamlessly use that knowledge in a synoptic paper. Marked by Teachers has an enormous range of answers to a wide variety of Geography A level questions and you’ll have a deep well of skills and knowledge to study and learn from. There is an array of distinct techniques you’ll need for the subject at this level and Marked by Teachers offers an efficient way of gaining them. By its very nature Geography is a ‘live’ subject and current news items may well end up as case studies and examples in your work. The skills of interpretation, analysis, numeracy and critical thinking you’ll develop are fantastically transferable to a wide range of degree courses such as Geography (either as a B.A or a B.Sc.), Geology, Economics, Politics and Sociology.

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