The Advanced Higher qualification in Geography gives learners an in-depth understanding of complex ideas about how the world works. It also gives them the chance to carry out their own research, with an emphasis on fieldwork.
Learners will be able to use sophisticated geographical methods to gather information. They will be able to use statistics to analyse this data and spot relationships within it. They will be able to describe and summarise different viewpoints and evaluate them critically.
The Advanced Higher Geography Course is at SCQF level 7.
For more information on SCQF levels and how Advanced Higher fits in to the Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework, visit our SCQF section.
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PowerPoint Presentations from Advance Higher Geography 2011/2012 Understanding Standards events
PowerPoint Presentations from Advance Higher Geography 2010/2011 Understanding Standards events
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