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I'm taking Geography GCSE A this year and have begun my River Study Coursework.
I need to know if I can use personal pronouns atall in sections such as purpose of investigation, methods of collecting data etc.?
I have a feeling that everyone grades were pulled down quite a lot and that includes mine. by sounds of it, your whole class has been pulled down, and managed to get hold of what I think is your classes results, and they all have gone down, so there's no real point you trying to get more marks I would just accept it, as it is still a good mark, especially for coursework.
There is a drive at the minute for improving coursework and fieldwork & Skills, even though funding is ending at the end of the year, trying to get it better and this is at the moment happening with primary aged kids, and teachers are being encouraged to do it at key stage 3, this has been going on for the past 2 years, but is picking up just as the money for it runs out.
Overall I got 351/400 in Geography and I only need 9 ums to get 360/400 which equals and A*.
Now, my teacher graded my coursework at 58/60 and if my grade stood at that, I would get an A*. I filled each and every criteria to get the highest grade in each section and I have no idea why the grade went down. Any help and advice would help me a lot and thanks for reading and helping me. This year the marked the our GCSE's really harsh so your mark might just go up I know quite a few people who didn't get the mark they wanted and are going to try getting their coursework re-marked as well.
we attended a recognised field centre for our data gathering, were strictly monitored to ensure our work was done within the time frames and in strictly controlled conditions.
As with the sciences, we all checked our work against the assessment objectives so it is very hard to see how a piece of work can be marked down so drastically.