Hitting the Top Grades:10 steps to success<br />GCSE OCR B Fieldwork Focus<br />
1) Apply your understanding to thoroughly explain your evidence<br />Keep referring to the QoL concept diagram<br />Keep r...
2) Locate the study area using a variety of skills and techniques<br />Use OS maps, aerial photographs and GIS maps to loc...
3) Suggest an appropriate variety of data collection methods<br />Refer to at least 4 techniques and refer to using GIS Mu...
4) Collect and record accurate fieldwork and research data<br />
5) Present your data in an appropriate range of maps, graphs and diagrams<br />Make sure you have used at least 4 differen...
6) Include a substantiated conclusion<br />Make sure you back up your conclusions with hard facts.<br />In conclusion, the...
7) Fully evaluate your work<br />Make sure you have:<br />Been critical about your data; <br />Suggested possible solution...
8) Reduce your word count<br />Try your best to reduce excessive word count.<br />
9) Good housekeeping<br />Make sure you: <br />Delete any white space (blank pages)<br />Include your candidate number<br ...
10) Aim high<br />Try your very best!<br />Well done for all your hard work.<br />
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Hitting the top grades

  1. 1. Hitting the Top Grades:10 steps to success<br />GCSE OCR B Fieldwork Focus<br />
  2. 2. 1) Apply your understanding to thoroughly explain your evidence<br />Keep referring to the QoL concept diagram<br />Keep referring to the urban structure concept diagram.<br />
  3. 3. 2) Locate the study area using a variety of skills and techniques<br />Use OS maps, aerial photographs and GIS maps to locate and describe your study area (Maidstone).<br />
  4. 4. 3) Suggest an appropriate variety of data collection methods<br />Refer to at least 4 techniques and refer to using GIS Multiple Deprivation data (IMD 2010) as a secondary source.<br />
  5. 5. 4) Collect and record accurate fieldwork and research data<br />
  6. 6. 5) Present your data in an appropriate range of maps, graphs and diagrams<br />Make sure you have used at least 4 different data presentation techniques<br />
  7. 7. 6) Include a substantiated conclusion<br />Make sure you back up your conclusions with hard facts.<br />In conclusion, the main evidence supporting my judgement is…<br />
  8. 8. 7) Fully evaluate your work<br />Make sure you have:<br />Been critical about your data; <br />Suggested possible solutions to make your data more accurate and;<br />State how you could extend your enquiry into QoL i.e. What further questions would you like to ask?<br />
  9. 9. 8) Reduce your word count<br />Try your best to reduce excessive word count.<br />
  10. 10. 9) Good housekeeping<br />Make sure you: <br />Delete any white space (blank pages)<br />Include your candidate number<br />Include a cover photo.<br />
  11. 11. 10) Aim high<br />Try your very best!<br />Well done for all your hard work.<br />
  12. 12. garrysimmons.org.uk<br />
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