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    I'm thinking 47 for an A
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    (Original post by keynes24)
    I didn't do the paper and different students find different parts of the syllabus easier. To get high marks on question 4 it requires more than just a few keywords from A2 but if you find policies easy then it was a good choice for you.
    i wonder if they reward higher than 18 since i am always capped on 18ish marks for the essays. and 13-14.... out of 15...although my teacher refuses to give anyone full marks :/
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    (Original post by Pato1)
    I'm thinking 47 for an A
    woah thats high, all time high has been 46, isn't it?
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    (Original post by kamez)
    i wonder if they reward higher than 18 since i am always capped on 18ish marks for the essays. and 13-14.... out of 15...although my teacher refuses to give anyone full marks :/
    I am assuming you are referring solely to your teacher marking. 18 out of 20 is lack of a developed conclusion and 13 or 14 may indicate limited application. If your answer is correct and you meet the criteria you will get high marks.
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    (Original post by keynes24)
    I am assuming you are referring solely to your teacher marking. 18 out of 20 is lack of a developed conclusion and 13 or 14 may indicate limited application. If your answer is correct and you meet the criteria you will get high marks.
    yeah i am referring to my school teacher's marking. actually i predicted pretty much all the questions apart from definition questions so i am hoping for an A* on f585....and prolly high A or near A* in f583 although section A wasn't as good as section B. did u do f583 or f584? how was it? what do you expect?
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    (Original post by kamez)
    yeah i am referring to my school teacher's marking. actually i predicted pretty much all the questions apart from definition questions so i am hoping for an A* on f585....and prolly high A or near A* in f583 although section A wasn't as good as section B. did u do f583 or f584? how was it? what do you expect?
    I didn't take the papers, well done with your exams
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    Can someone tell me what that cost question was asking again? Think I messed it up?
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    (Original post by Pato1)
    Can someone tell me what that cost question was asking again? Think I messed it up?
    Explain the difference between the average total cost and the marginal cost of broadcasting major football matches.
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    (Original post by keynes24)
    I didn't take the papers, well done with your exams
    ooh are you a uni student? thanks
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    I think the questions were:

    1a. Calculate the cost of each European game [2]
    Answer: 2. something million a game

    b. Explain the difference between the average total cost and the marginal cost of broadcasting major football matches. [3]

    c. Apart from TV Sport licenses, explain one Barrier to entry for Sports Broadcasters [3]

    d. Using the theory of economic rent, analyse why top Premier League footballers receive high wages [4]

    e. Comment on the extent to which selling the TV Licences to BT and SKY cause Market failure [5]

    f. To what extent is the Sports Broadcasting industry a Monopoly [8]

    Essays:

    2a.

    b.

    3a.
    Factors which affect the elasticity demand of labour

    b.

    4a.
    Explain how LMF impacts the Labour Market [15]
    b.
    To what extent does government intervention solve the problems arisen from Labour Market Failure?[20]
    (something like that)
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    (Original post by Pato1)
    I think the questions were:

    1a. Calculate the cost of each European game [2]
    Answer: 2. something million a game

    b. Explain the difference between the average total cost and the marginal cost of broadcasting major football matches. [3]

    c. Apart from TV Sport licenses, explain one Barrier to entry for Sports Broadcasters [3]

    d. Using the theory of economic rent, analyse why top Premier League footballers receive high wages [4]

    e. Comment on the extent to which selling the TV Licences to BT and SKY cause Market failure [5]

    f. To what extent is the Sports Broadcasting industry a Monopoly [8]

    Essays:

    2a.

    b.

    3a.
    Factors which affect the elasticity demand of labour

    b.

    4a.
    Explain how LMF impacts the Labour Market [15]
    b.
    To what extent does government intervention solve the problems arisen from Labour Market Failure?[20]
    (something like that)
    haha why did you just answer 1 question :P
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    for 1c could I put vertical integration i.e. the cost of supplies required for production (for example cost of cameras and technical equipment) as another barrier to entry
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    (Original post by orangutanswag)
    for 1c could I put vertical integration i.e. the cost of supplies required for production (for example cost of cameras and technical equipment) as another barrier to entry
    This is a valid barrier to entry, if well explained. Should be OK.
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    (Original post by Piers456)
    A monopoly is 100% market share, these were two firms in the market and so is an oligopoly/duopoly
    A monopoly is when a firm holds atleast 25% market share and no other firm single handedly holds more than 25%. If multiple firms hold above 25%, then oligopolies/duopolies are formed.*

    100% market share indicates pure monopoly.*
 
 
 
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