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  • 1.
    • Here are some answers…….but what was the question?
    • Read the following answers written by students in GCSE Geography exams.
    • Decide what the command word or words were.
    • Write down what you think the whole question was.
  • 2. What was the question?
    • When a country receives immigrants there are advantages and disadvantages. Immigrants are usually very hard working and will do the jobs that we don’t want to do for a small amount of wages. Some will open new businesses which brings more people and money to a region and some will be educated to train as doctors or teachers. Disadvantage would be that there are less jobs for people already living there or some may not want to work and just try to get the benefits the country offers. Also it can cause more racism entering the place.
    • Question…………………………………………………………………………...………………………………………………………………................................
    What are the advantages and disadvantages to a country or region receiving immigrants
  • 3. What was the question? Places such as the UK would have a high population density due to the temperate climate meaning that they are able to grow crops. Also place with flat land have high population density because it is easy to build settlements on. Question…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………............................................................... Explain the physical factors that lead to a place or region having a high population density.
  • 4. What was the question? The graph shows that population has grown more quickly in LEDCs than MEDCs since 1950s. LEDCs population has more than doubles whereas in MEDCs population growth has levelled off. The reason for this is that in MEDCs women have a bigger role in society and may choose careers over having children. In LEDCs they do not have access to familiy planning in the way that we do in MEDCs. Question…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………............................................................... Describe and explain the differences in the growth rate of population in MEDCs and LEDCs.
  • 5. What was the question? It is near to a main road, it has a central ring road connecting all of the places together. It has lots of modern buildings, large areas of green space and lots of trees. It appears to be near the edge of a town or city. Question…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………............................................................... Using figure 4, describe the characteristics of Cambridge Science Park.
  • 6. What was the question? The land in square 3982 is very steep shown by the contours line being very close together whereas in square 3748 the land in pretty much flat as there are no contour lines. In general the land in 3982 is much higher than the land in 3748 shown by the spot height of 378m. Question…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………............................................................... Compare the relief of the land in grid squares 3748 and 3982.