Mock exam paper A Section 2 Ordinary Level

PRE-JUNIOR CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION, 2011

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GEOGRAPHY – ORDINARY LEVEL

SECTION 2

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SECTION 2 (90 MARKS)

Answer three questions

SECTION 1 of this paper is on a separate folder, where spaces are provided for your answers.

  1. Shaping the Earth’s Surface
  2. Landforms
  3. Name one landform formed by Coastal OR Glacial erosion.

Describe with the aid of diagrams, how it was formed.

(6)

(ii) Name one landform formed by Coastal OR Glacial deposition.

Describe with the aid of diagrams, how it was formed.

(6)

B. Volcanoes

http://www.skyriderforkids.com/doubletakes/purple/images_awesome/p_af_diagram.gif

W

Y

X

Z

  1. Examine the diagram and match the letters (W,X,Y,Z) to the correct terms below:

Magma Reservoir, Vent, Crater, Lava Flow

One has been completed for you.

W = Magma Reservoir

(6)

(ii) Name a volcano which you have studied

(2)

(iii) Name two effects of volcanoes

(4)

C. Extracting Rocks

(i) Name any TWO rocks.

(2)

(ii) Rocks (Stone) have many good uses for people.

Describe ONE use of each rock you named.

(4)

  1. Geographical Mix

Answer any THREE of the questions A, B, C, D.

A. Irish Soil Types

Examine the map showing Ireland’s main soil types

  1. What is the most common soil type in Ireland? (1)

  1. What is the most common soil type in County Clare? (2)
  2. Select one Irish soil type and write a brief description

of it using the following headings:

  • Name of soil Type
  • Where it is found
  • Colour
  • How it was formed
  • Soil Fertility

(7)

B. Farming

Input

Process

Output

http://greenspade.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/swcs_soil.jpeg

Soil

Harvesting

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http://traumwerk.stanford.edu/philolog/grain.jpg

Grain

Examine the above diagram.

  1. Name one input, process and output relating to farming other than the ones mentioned above (3)
  2. With reference to the diagrams above, explain how farming works as a system of Inputs, Processes and Outputs. (7)
  3. Factory Location

“The location of a factory is based on decis...

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