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We are a group of Geography Educators who are passionate about helping you to know and to love your world. We will introduce to you key geographical concepts (Space, Place, Scale, Physical and Human Processes, Environmental and Cultural Diversity and Interdependence) better equips you for the GCE O Level Geography Examination. 


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Examination Formats

GCE O Level 2267 (Geography Elective)
Total: 50 marks
Time: 1 hour 40 min
Section A (13%) TWO questions on Geographical Investigations on either
  • Global Tourism
  • Variable Weather and Climate
Section B (12%) TWO structured questions on:
  • Global Tourism
  • Variable Weather and Climate

One question will be on either topic;
The other question will be a combination of both topics.

Answer one question only
Section C (25%) TWO structured questions on:
  • Living with tectonic hazards
  • Food resources

One question will be on either topic;
The other question will be a combination of both topics.

Answer one question only
GCE O Level 2267 (Geography Elective)
Paper 1
50 marks
1 hour 40 min
Paper 1
50 marks
1 hour 30 min
Section A (25%)
ONE question on Geographical Investigations on:
  • Coasts
  • Global Tourism

The question can be on either topic or a combination of both topics.
This is a compulsory question.
Section A (25%)
TWO questions on
  • Living with Tectonic Hazards
  • Variable Weather and Climate

One question will be on either topic;
The other question will be a combination of both topics.

Answer one question only
Section B (25%)
TWO questions on:
  • Coasts
  • Global Tourism

One question will be on either topic;
The other question will be a combination of both topics.

Answer one question only
Section B (25%)
TWO questions on
  • Food Resources
  • Health and Diseases

One question will be on either topic;
The other question will be a combination of both topics.
Answer one question only

Themes, Topics and Resources

(1) Living with Tectonic Hazards - Risk or opportunity?

(1) Living with Tectonic Hazards - Risk or opportunity?

Plate Tectonics

Tsunami

Earthquakes

Volcanoes

(2) Variable Weather and Changing Climate - A continuing challenge?

Climate change

Coriolis Effect

Monsoon rain impacts

Paris Agreement

(3) Coasts – Should coastal environments matter? (Only for Pure Geog students)

Longshore drift

Wave refraction

Formation of coastal cave, stack, stump

Coastal processes, landforms and protection

Why are coral reefs important (A)

Why are coral reefs important (B)

Value of mangroves

(1) Global Tourism - Is tourism the way to go?

(1) Global Tourism - Is tourism the way to go?

Factors affecting tourism

Impact of tourism on Everest

Impact of tourism on environment

Protecting Great Barrier Reef

Ecotourism in Philippines

(2) Food Resources - Is technology a panacea for food storage?

From Farm to Table (history of agriculture)

Green Revolution

Food shortage in Venezuela (Political reasons)

The future of food

(3) Health and Diseases – Are we more vulnerable than before? (Only for Pure Geog students)

Virus Crisis

How Pandemics Spread

Why it’s so Hard to Cure HIV?AIDS

The Social and Economic Implications of HIV/AIDS

UNICEF How Does HIV/AIDS Impact Child Rights

Malaria is the Deadliest Disease in Human History

WHO Global Malaria Progress and Challenges in 2016

(1) Topographical Map Reading Skills

(1) Topographical Map Reading Skills

How to Read A Map and Contour Lines

What is topography

(2) Geographical Data and Techniques
(3) Geographical Investigations

2017 Tuition Timetable

2017 Year End Bridging Class Schedule-1

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