A nostalgic look back at the 1977 JMB ‘A’ Level Geography Paper
In my mid-twenties, I took Geography ‘A’ Level on my own, without a formal course, and got away with it. I bought copies of the syllabus and previous papers, analysed them carefully, pared everything down to what could be achieved in a year and planned my time meticulously. As with most ‘A’ Levels then, the Geography syllabus offered an excessive amount of choice, which meant you could omit complete sections.
In those days, you were allowed to take away the question papers after the examinations, so here they are, two three-hour papers. My son, who took ‘A’ Level Geography in more recent years, was surprised by the high quality of the supporting maps and photographic materials.
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