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(AS-IS Condition) A Comprehensive And Systematic Approach to Learning Geography (Full Geography)

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While this book is indeed brand new and unused, it may have experienced minor bends or folds on the covers during its journey with the delivery services. Your understanding and acceptance of these slight imperfections are truly valued. As a gesture of appreciation, we’re offering this copy at a 35% discount. Thank you for embracing the charm of imperfection and choosing to enjoy this book.

 Based on the latest MOE syllabus for the GCE ‘O’-Level Full Geography and GCE ‘N’-Level Full Geography, this guide book has been specially designed and written in simple language and at times in point form, to assist students in extracting factors, reasons, strategies and roles of stakeholders relating to an issue at a glance. It is hoped that the comprehensive and systematic format in columns helps students to consolidate their learning. Students are advised to use the book as a guide to enhance their proficiency in drawing their own mind maps to understand and apply the information faster and better.

Students are also advised to use the guide book along with other learning resources used in the school such as the text book for maps, diagrams and graphs to describe distribution, explain formation of physical features and analyse trends as well as videos, hands-on activities, online interactive activities, concepts and inquiry skills taught in class.

Key features:

  • Comprehensive key notes
  • Systematic technique
  • Enhances skills in drawing mind maps
  • Helps in consolidation of learning
  • Handy-sized book
  • Precise and concise content
  • Issues appropriately categorised
  • Column layout
  • Learning made easy

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