The individual investigation is worth 20% of the overall marks in A level geography. Read on for general advice if you’re not sure where to start.


Using the enquiry approach to structure your investigation


What evidence do you need to gather?

Data Presentation

Presenting the findings of your data collection

Data Analysis

Finding patterns, trends and relationships in your results


Describing and explaining what you have found out


Evaluating the reliability and validity of all section of your investigation
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