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Geography is the study of the world around us; the environment, the ways its inhabitants adapt and relate to it and how their activities impact upon it. Geography is broadly split into Physical Geography, the study of the natural world, Human Geography, the study of the inhabited world and Environmental Geography, the study of the interaction between the two.

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Studying Geography will help you build numeracy skills to analyse data, literacy skills to describe and explain phenomena and patterns, science in climatestudies and soils and sociology in the study of population. You may want to move onto Geography A level afterwards but if you don't take it any further than GCSE it's going to be terrific preparation for going on to study subjects like Politics, Sociology and Economics.

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