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Caught in geog is a site which serves as a database for Singapore A level geog students. There are many resources for you to digest, so do take your time. :)

The ‘About‘ tab gives a brief description of the site creator’s profile and the rationale of creating this site.
The ‘Notes‘ tab is a centralised place for you to download all the notes that have been posted on the site thus far.
The ‘Exam Archives‘ tab is where you can find information to access past year papers.
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Caught in geog is always looking for kind souls to contribute their notes. If you would like to share such resources on the site, kindly send the resources to caughtingeog@gmail.com and you will be credited accordingly.

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Australia: Power, water shortages as Cyclone Ita stalks Australia.
World: Act fast to curb global warming, or extract CO2 from air: UN report. UN climate goal feasible but energy reform vital: Panel.
Chile: Disaster zone declared as 4 die in huge fire consuming Chile coastal city.
Pacific: 2nd quake in a day strikes off Solomon Islands, of magnitude 7.5; tsunami warning sparked.

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Australia: Powerful cyclone packing winds up to 230km/h hits Australia.

Urban Geography
Singapore: LTA calls tender for high-speed rail feasibility study.

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China: 5.4-magnitude earthquake jolts southwest China.

Urban Geography
Philippines: Thousands flee as fire razes Philippines slum: Official.

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2013 GCE A Level Results

A little late, but still within the month of the release of results. Analysis is for Geography only.

Catholic Junior College: 100% pass in H1 and H2, both pass rates are equal to or exceed the national average.
National Junior College: at least 80% AB for H1, 100% pass for H1 and H2.
Pioneer Junior College: 95-100% pass for H1 and H2, both pass rates exceed the national average.
Raffles Institution: 60% A for H2.
Victoria Junior College: 100% pass for H1 and H2, 100% distinction and merit for H3.

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US: Another earthquake rattles southern California following 5.1 quake. Missing from US mudslide drops to 30, one week on.

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China: China says polluting industry still growing too fast, heavy smog alert for Beijing. Health costs of China’s polluted air ‘up to $300 billion a year’.

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Singapore: Firms gear up for haze in 2nd half after warning. Rain brings welcome respite to Singapore’s water woes.

Population Geography
Singapore: Think positive when it comes to ageing: Experts.

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Singapore: Haze this year ‘could be worse’ than last year’s record haze.

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Malaysia: Haze in Malaysia intensifies as 11 areas record unhealthy API readings. Haze in Malaysia reaches hazardous levels on Friday morning.
Japan: Magnitude 6.3 earthquake strikes off Japan’s southern Kyushu island.

Population Geography
Macau: Macau culls 7,500 chicken over bird flu scare.

Urban Geography
Singapore: LTA plans roadmap for adoption of electric vehicles.

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China: China carbon tax in doubt as air pollution takes centre stage.
Pakistan: Avalanche kills four Pakistani soldiers: military.
EU: EU parliament backs law to curb “super” greenhouse gases.

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