To study A level Geography, you need to have an enquiring and open mind. Geography is a study of the world around us and you need to be aware of issues worldwide.
The A level Geography is often split into human and physical geography even though geography is a very fluid subject with some of the issues overlapping. Human topics such as urbanization and globalization while physical geography looks at topics such as natural hazards and look at how hazards occur, what can be done to predict them and the management that is in place if one occurs.
As a student going in for an examination, it is very necessary for you to go through all the content and the syllabus. And the rate determining step depends on how prepared you are for these exams.
To test yourself, we have a quiz of 15 questions based on the topics of both physical and human geography. Each question has four possible answers and only one is correct among the four.
The following are ways of protecting or defending a coast from threats. Three of them are hard defences and one is a soft defence. Identify the soft defence
Which of the following soil structures is likely to hinder the infiltration of water
A Soil type that develops in areas of poor drainage is called
"It has sharp boundaries between the horizons. On the surface is a layer of raw humus and below this is an ash-grey A2 sandy layer that is bleached of its sesquioxidcs and bases”. Which is the soil type?
Which of the following is an abiotic component in the grassland ecosystem?
When the vegetation in a place is prevented from reaching its climax due to. interruption caused by local factors Stich as soils and human interference, it is called
The amount of energy, that is left in plants, after losses through respiration describes
Which one of the following is not a hydro climatic hazard?
Isolate from the list below the effect of deforestation of the tropical rainforest which is not environmentally-related
Which of the following is the most significant trigger or cause of accelerated soil erosion?
Population density refers to:
Which of the following characteristics best suits the description of a normal population pyramid?
A situation of Zero population growth can best be described as:
Given that world population stood at 6 billion in the year 2000 and that the average world
growth rate is 1.9%. What would be the projected world population by 2025?
The Large-scale movement of young adults from Africa to Europe is due mainly to