|Form 1-4 Geography (2016)|
|2021, 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017, |
2016, 2015, 2015 (Private),
2014, 2014 (Private), 2013,
2013 (Private), 2012, 2011,
2010, 2010 (Private), 2009,
2008, 2007, 2005
How to Use Past Papers
- Check out command words carefully to understand what the question is asking of you!
- Use past papers to make sure that you are managing your time well. Set yourself a time frame to complete each question
- Go through past paper answers with a different colour pen to highlight any marks you lose or mistakes you make
- Test yourself. Find out if your revision has been effective by using past papers or ask someone to test you
- If your notes are all bullet points, past papers might be the first chance you have to write in clear and linked sentences!
- Examiner reports can give you an idea of where students went wrong in previous exams
- Repeat your testing – it is important you test yourself more than once. Try it ten minutes after revising a topic, one day after, then a week later.
Make the Most of Class Time
Attend all class sessions, pay close attention to the lectures, and take notes in a way that makes sense for you. The goal is to be able to understand your notes when you review them later.
Taking good notes means you pay more attention during class, when you prepare for the test, it will be really helpful. And if something does not make sense, raise your hand and ask, or make a note to follow up with your professor or teacher assistant