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In your VCE Geography course you have undertaken structured studies to explore, analyse and understand the characteristics of places that make up our world.
Completing past exam papers is one of the best ways to prepare you for your final exams. The VCE Geography Curriculum and VCE Geography Design pages contain the most current and up to date information about VCE Geography and the VCE Geography Exam. You will find links to past exam papers from 2003 onwards further down. Note that older exam papers are not necessarily a guide to the current VCE exam requirements.
We’ve organised the past papers by course and year, naming the links as accurately as possible. If you find any errors, please let us know.
Sometimes, there is only a marking guide available, in others, the marking guide contains sample answers as well. The table usually shows each question and the criteria with each mark or mark range.
3 Tips to Help you Prepare for Your VCE Geography Exam
- Create your own Case Study Sheets. Keep a list of specific case studies, stats and examples for all topic areas so you can memorise these to reference as evidence in your exam.
- Practise using cross-study specification skills. Make sure you do this throughout your study of Unit 3 and Unit 4.
- Practice Past Paper Exams. Get as much experience as you can answering different types of questions. Ask your friends and teachers to give you feedback about whether you’ve actually answered the question or not.
3 Tips to Help you Ace Your VCE Geography Exam
- Respond directly to the question. You must demonstrate an understanding of the content, application of appropriate context and a conceptual understanding of the question. In other words, don’t just write everything down that you know about the topic – make it relevant to the question asked. Note and annotate key components of the question and then respond accordingly.
- Map Drawing. Ensure that you have the appropriate equipment for annotating and shading maps clearly. Don’t lose marks unnecessarily for poor map drawing skills.
- Focus on appropriate examples and case studies. It’s important that you can draw on specific case studies where required, rather than reference generalised case studies that provide generalised responses.
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