Hey everyone, whats A level geo. like and how are you finding it?
Im seriously loving it! Ok there is work involved, but it is sooooo cool, i actually enjoy lessons, this is not normal! If you like physical geog its wicked! Ru doing it?
Hey, no i havent taken it but im thinkin of takin it, as im enjoyin doin gcse geo. so i wanted to know whats a level geo like and would u take it?
I did GCSE but to be honest im definetly enjoying this more than that. It might just be just our teacher but i love it. I went off geog breifly cos only got a A but a level is wicked. What others are you thinking of?
Hello,i was thinkin about taking history too, but not too sure on what else to take too. What have u taken for a level and what would u recommend and how are u findin it?:D
Well... I was doing a level maths, geography, biology, critical thinking and photography. However i was hating photography so just changed onto eng lang and lit. Biology is intersting, but quite a massive step up from gcse, so unless you get good grades at gcse i wouldnt recommend it. Maths is not as bad as i was expecting, and as loong as you put some hard work in it should be ok. Photography was awful-very boring as most of seemed to be computer based. Lots of my friends are doing history and enjoy it, though the work load is not appealing! I think the best thing is to pick subjects for the future and not just because you enjoy them. I picked photography and ended up hating it, and it wasnt even relevant for my career choices. Interest, GCSE grades and career/uni, the things you gotta bear in mind!Hope this helps!
Hey, thanxs for ur advice it really helped.
Is anyone else doing the WJEC welsh joint exam in May am in my first year of A levels and need some advice of how to pull my grade up in the physical geography because I dont enjoy physical but i want to be able to understand it, and get through the exam well.
I'm not sure what a seral community is but seral progression is the move from one sere to another. A sere being a plant succession such as a Hydrosere (a succesion developed on a freshwater wetland - eg Sweetmere in Shropshire) . A seral stage is a stage within a sere.
The climatic climax vegetation is a vegatation that evolves if its not disturbed by human activity or tectonic processes. If this vegetation is reached it is called a climatic climax community which is the final stage of plant succession. The vegetation is in balance with the environment.
Hope this isn't too confusing
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