In any investigation there are parts of the study that are successful and that went well.  Think about the parts of your investigation that have been good, and try to explain why.

In this part of the evaluation, you are identifying the strategies that worked, the outcomes that agreed with the theory, the presentation techniques that looked good and all the other positive things that have happened as a consequence of your investigation.

You should try to justify these in the context of your investigation as well as in the wider field of Geography.

Strengths can be found in your sampling strategies, your methods of acquiring information, your statistical analyses, and your conclusions.  They can also come from your management of the process of the investigation (especially if you are completing the Extended Project).



For each aim, identify at least one strength and explain why it can be considered as a successful part of your investigation.