Reviewing the 2022 Pearson Edexcel A-level Geography exams to improve future grades

Geography 16-18 Teacher Training

Cameron Dunn, David Holmes

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Why attend?

Take the opportunity to join our leading experts as they provide an in-depth analysis of the 2022 Pearson Edexcel A-level Geography exams.

During this in-venue workshop, you will explore common areas where candidates lost marks and closely inspect the examiners’ feedback, with the aim to adapt and hone your teaching plans to further raise grades in 2023 and beyond.

  • Hear comprehensive feedback and insight on the summer series of assessments for the Pearson Edexcel A-level Geography specification with a view to improving performance next year
  • Focus on identifying what examiners were looking for as well as what skills students needed to display in the Non-Examined Assessment and Paper 3: Issues Analysis
  • Examine the changes made to the exam series – 2022 advanced information – and look forward to the 2023 exams

Attend this workshop and receive a free copy of Pearson Edexcel A-level Geography Student Guide 2: Human Geography

Booking reference: GEE121022
Hodder code: 1111121022


10.00am Registration and refreshments
10.15am Papers 1 and 2
  • A detailed review of performance across difference question styles and mark tariffs
  • Extended writing skills and how to improve them to maximise performance
11.15am Morning break
11.30am The Non-Examined Assessment
  • Lessons from the first cycles of the NEA and how to support candidates going forward
  • How to develop student performance on the NEA, learning from the first few years of submissions
12.30pm Lunch
1.30pm Paper 3: Issues Analysis
  • Reviewing performance on the analysis skills questions, and the extended writing synoptic questions
  • A particular focus on using evidence to construct arguments and counter-arguments to ensure a full evaluation
2.30pm Afternoon break
2.45pm Exploring new themes
  • A chance to consider some emerging themes that link to core content areas of the specification including Tectonic Hazards, Superpower Geographies and the Carbon Cycle
3.45pm Workshop ends


Cameron Dunn - Presenter
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David Holmes - Presenter
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etc. venues - Marble Arch, London
86 Edgware Road
W2 2EA
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