Test your knowledge of the UK’s diverse human landscapes with this 12-question GCSE quiz.

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QUIZZES // The UK’s diverse human landscapes

Q1. What percentage of the UK population lives in urban areas?

Over 80%

70%

Under 50%

90%

Q2. Which of these describes the population of UK urban areas?

Densely populated

Sparsely populated

Unpopulated

Over populated

Q3. In the future the UK urban population will:

Increase

Decrease

Remain the same

Fluctuate

Q4. Which of the following conurbations contains the city of Birmingham?

The East Midlands

The West Midlands

The Greater Midlands

Greater Manchester

Q5. Plans to improve Birmingham’s environment include which of the following initiatives?

The Green Vision

The Green View

The Green Way

The Green Hand

Q6. Which of the following cities are linked by HS2 Phase 1?

London and Crewe

London and Leeds

London and Manchester

London and Birmingham

Q7. The Longbridge project including the technology park is an example of which type of urban development?

Regeneration

Gentrification

Environmental sustainability

Congestion

Q8. Which of the following is an opportunity for Hawes’ residents?

Poor internet connection

Few job opportunities

Developing tourism

School closures

Q9. Which of the following describes a challenge to rural areas such as the Outer Hebrides?

Outmigration

Immigration

Over migration

Under migration

Q10. South Cambridgeshire is an example of which rural settlement process?

Rural decline

Rural growth

The rural-urban fringe

Rural stagnation

Q11. The Ashley Vale scheme in Bristol is an example of:

Rural growth

Gentrification

Migration

Eco-development

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