The Map is a guaranteed question, but every year there's been a full physical geography question and a full question on climate/weather/atmosphere etc.
Would I get away with completely ignoring social geography? (I'm not complete shit, I can cope with the short Q's)
Yes if you do Q1, 2 and 5 for the long ones.
I'm kinda leaning towards doing that too but I am going to read the social geography so I have a fair idea! You'd want to be really confident with everything on physical and climate though!
Same here fam. Syran Bruen do u think anything on urbanization is going to come up
I really hope you knew a bit of social geography