AS Level Geography · OCR (legacy)

Dates Available

Week 1: Monday 3 - Friday 7 April
Week 2: Monday 10 - Friday 14 April
Week 3: Monday 17 - Friday 21 April

OCR H083

Length of Course
4 hour seminars

9am to 1pm

Geography students are often overwhelmed by the amount of material they are expected to cover. The two main aims of the Geography revision seminars are to help students distinguish between what is important from information that is peripheral and to develop question-answering skills so that knowledge is used to best effect in the exam room. All the seminars are four hours in length and students can elect to do as many as they wish.

Units F761 and F762

Topic 1 - River environments 
Dates available: 3 April, 10 April, 17 April
Slope and river channel processes; fluvial landforms; river basins as a multi-use resource; flooding; river basin management.

Topic 2 - Coastal environments
Dates available: 4 April, 11 April, 18 April
Coastal processes; coastal landforms; methods of coastal defence; opportunities for human activities; challenges for coastal management.

Topic 3 - Cold environments


Topic 4 - Hot arid / semi-arid environments
Dates available: 5 April, 12 April, 19 April
Processes, landforms and ecology in cold environments; opportunities and challenges for development; processes, landforms and ecology in arid regions; opportunities and challenges for development.

Topic 5 - Managing urban change


Topic 6 - Managing rural change
Dates available: 6 April, 13 April, 20 April
Characteristics of urban areas; socio-economic and environmental issues associated with urban growth and decay; characteristics of rural areas; social, economic and environmental issues associated with rural change; sustainable management of urban and rural areas.

Topic 7 - The energy issue
Dates available: 7 April, 14 April, 21 April
Global pattern of energy supply and demand; opportunities and problems associated with energy use; managing energy supplies sustainably.

Topic 8 - Growth of tourism 
Dates available: 7 April, 14 April, 21 April
Global pattern of tourism; opportunities and problems associated with growth of tourism; managing tourism development sustainably.