Mock exam paper D Section 1 Higher Level

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PRE-JUNIOR CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION, 2014

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GEOGRAPHY – HIGHER LEVEL

SECTION 1 – FOLDER (60 MARKS)

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Time: 2 Hours

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NOTE: SECTION 2 OF THIS PAPER IS SUPPLIED SEPARATELY

SECTION 1 (60 MARKS)

Answer ALL questions.

You have a choice within three questions.

Be sure to return this folder with your answer book.

Otherwise, marks will be lost.

  1. THE EARTH’S CRUST

The map shows some of the earth’s crustal plate boundaries.

Circle the correct option in each of the statements below.

  1. The area at A is a major earthquake zone. True / False
  2. The area at B is known as the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. True / False
  3. The area at C is known as the Rocky Mountain Fault. True / False
  4. EARTHQUAKES

Complete the following sentences.

  1. The origin of an earthquake is known as the __________________________.
  2. A tidal wave created by an earthquake is known as a ___________________.

(iii) The scale used to measure earthquakes is the__________________________.

  1. WEATHER INSTRUMENTS

Examine the photograph and complete the paragraph below.

This white box is known as a _______________ _________________.

____________________ is measured within this box using a maximum and minimum

thermometer. Also found inside this box is a hygrometer which measures

_______________________.

  1. ROCKS

Which of the following are all examples of sedimentary rocks?

[Tick () the correct box.]

  1. Granite, limestone and quartzite
  2. Granite, marble and quartzite
  3. Marble, coal and sandstone

  1. Sandstone, limestone and shale
  2. MASS MOVEMENT

The diagrams show a type of mass movement.

Tick () the correct box in each of the statements below.

  1. The process shown is:

Soil creep a landslide

  1. The type of mass movement shown is:

Rapid Slow

  1. The type of mass movement shown is most likely to occur:

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