Geography for Edexcel A Level and A

Summer update- August 2019

Your Geography for Edexcel A Level & AS Kerboodle has now been updated with:

New skills-pod animations, which include a short animation based on key geographical skills, with multiple-choice questions to test understanding. Topics now covered include the following:

  • Chi-squared: Why measuring distributions is useful, how to calculate a chi-squared value, and how to test a chi-squared value for significance
  • Index of Diversity: what an Index of Diversity is, what the Simpson Yale Index is, and how to calculate an Index of Diversity
  • Sampling: Why sampling is useful, and the key features, advantages and disadvantages of three types of sampling: random, systematic, and stratified
  • Coding: what coding is, how to code qualitative data, and how to write an analysis
  • GIS: what GIS is, what GIS is used for, and how GIS can be used in an independent investigation.
  • Skills-pod data-response questions. Each skills-pod is supported with a data-response question which applies students’ geographical skills to a related topic in the Student Book.
  • Skills-pod data-response question mark schemes for teachers.

New on Kerboodle – February 2019

Your Geography for Edexcel A Level & AS Kerboodle has now been updated with:

Exam practice papers for all three A Level exams. These brand-new practice papers are complete with resource booklets and comprehensive mark schemes. They can be found in the Assessment tab, under ‘Exam practice papers’ in the left-hand navigation menu.

New skills-pod animations, which include a short animation based on key geographical skills, with multiple-choice questions to test understanding.

Skills-pod data-response questions. Each skills-pod is supported with a data-response question which applies students’ geographical skills to a related topic in the student book.

Skills-pod data-response question mark schemes for teachers.