Geography revision is demanding. It wants to go around the world and back again.
You need to look at the coast, the forests, rivers, valleys, mountains, floods and even glaciers. If there’s one subject that requires you to travel the most, it’s this one. Luckily for couch potatoes, you don’t actually have to go and see these places and phenomena to learn about them.
Most of the quizzes have a link at the bottom to the relevant BBC Bitesize page.
It probably helps (you know, seeing the glaciers up close and stuff) but it’s definitely not necessary. Phew.
Our approach to Geography is a little different. There aren’t any field trips and we won’t ask you to make notes while looking at a tree. We’ve condensed the important National Curriculum stuff that you need for GCSE Geography and put it all into jam-packed quizzes. They’re bursting with Geography knowledge and our quick-fire format means you won’t even get the chance to be bored.
So, young Christopher Columbus, you’d probably like to know what topics we teach. We cover everything from farms and flooding to ecosystems, urbanisation and more. We’ll even take a look at how our climate has changed over the last two million years! There’s plenty more too, just have a look below at all the wondrous topics we cover.
It’s nowhere near as dull as you thought revision would be. When you’re on board with Education Quizzes, you’ll feel confident in your knowledge of the syllabus and we even think have fun revising. Who would have thought it?
When you get into the swing of work and keep on top of your revision, it feels great. You can complete our quizzes wherever you like and we’ll let you take each quiz as many times as you want. Get started with our GCSE Geography revision quizzes today and you’ll wonder why you ever stressed about revision. Get some great tips and useful advice to prepare for the exams in our Help Me Revise For GCSEs article.
It’s time to explore our planet (walking boots optional).
Fully understand GCSE by reading our in-depth page GCSE Grading System.
|Abbreviations and Acronyms|
|Atlas Map Skills|
|Atlases, Ordnance Survey|
|Changes in Rural Areas - LEDCs|
|Changes in Rural Areas - MEDCs|
|Characterisation of Rural Areas|
|Classifying Rocks and the Rock Cycle|
|Climate of the UK|
|Consequences of Climate Change|
|Economically Advanced Economies|
|Effects of Changes to Modern Industry in the UK|
|Evidence for Climate Change|
|Farms and Farming|
|Flooding and Management|
|Gathering and Using Data|
|Geographical Information Systems|
|Glacial Deposition Landscapes|
|Glacial Erosion Landforms|
|Global Food Production|
|Human Uses of the Rainforest|
|Humans and the Desert|
|Information from Data|
|Information from Maps|
|Intensive Farming and the Environment|
|Landform Use and Tectonic Plates|
|Limestone and Chalk Features|
|Management and Use of Coniferous Forests|
|Management and Use of Deciduous Forests|
|Managing Volcanic Hazards|
|Modern Changes in Industry in the UK|
|Natural Weather Hazards|
|Organic Farming and Diversification|
|OS Maps: Landscape Features|
|OS Maps: Scale, Distance and Direction|
|OS Maps: Symbols|
|Primary and Secondary Data|
|Quarrying in National Parks|
|Rainforests - the Lungs of the Planet|
|Reducing the Damage Caused by Earthquakes|
|Responses to Climate Change|
|River Movement and Erosion|
|Rock Types and the Landscape|
|Soil Erosion and Degradation|
|The Climate Over the Past Two Million Years|
|The Industrial Revolution|
|The Lake District|
|The Pacific Ring of Fire|
|The Rock Cycle|
|The Service Industries|
|Trade and Aid|
|Urban Change: Opportunities and Challenges|
|Volcanoes at the Edge of Tectonic Plates|
|Volcanoes in the Middle of Tectonic Plates|
|Water Use and Shortages|
|What is a River?|
|What is a Tundra?|