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    I have no idea what will come out.
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    (Original post by CoolStoryBroo)
    You can make a plan on the question paper
    I hope your allowed to do that, i've done that before and my teacher gave off to me saying I didn't have time. I actually finished the test like 30 minutes early.
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    It would be great if the paper was like this
    http://filestore.aqa.org.uk/subjects...1-QP-JUN12.PDF
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    sooooo scared! Any last minute tips?
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    (Original post by Frostyjoe)
    I hope your allowed to do that, i've done that before and my teacher gave off to me saying I didn't have time. I actually finished the test like 30 minutes early.
    **** YOUR TEACHER

    Is she the one that's gonna collect your exam results in August or you?

    You can highlight, jot down, and plan as long as you need bro
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    (Original post by eawilliams)
    sooooo scared! Any last minute tips?
    Ano im sooo nervous this is my first exam. I feel sick

    1. Relax.
    2. Plan.
    3. Do past papers.
    4. Revise over everything.
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    (Original post by CoolStoryBroo)
    **** YOUR TEACHER

    Is she the one that's gonna collect your exam results in August or you?

    You can highlight, jot down, and plan as long as you need bro
    I might just get a page incase I lose marks.
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    what did you lot get for the break even
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    I think I got it wrong what you get
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    I think i got 110,769 for the break-even output!

    what did you get?
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    (Original post by iggyDash)
    what did you lot get for the break even
    101 thousand and something ... I think


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    Crap.

    101,538. Yea i knew that was wrong.
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    For break-even I got 110400 units, just divided Total Costs by the unit selling price.
    Fairly easy paper apart from the stratified sample question, awful case study though - gluten free products really? terrible.
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    Did Anyone remember what the fixed cost were?

    As i did Fixed cost/contribution per unit

    to get the break-even output!
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    Yea thats what I did. What did everybody do for the last question?
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    (Original post by jackykkkan)
    Did Anyone remember what the fixed cost were?

    As i did Fixed cost/contribution per unit

    to get the break-even output!
    FC were £132,000
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    For the last question there was loads of stuff to talk about;
    Option A:
    - Established brand with experience, more potential customers.
    - Low risk.
    - Guaranteed £300k sales each year and £24k profit.
    - 2 year contract for security.
    Option B:
    - More potential profit - £35k in Year 1 and £44k in Year 2.
    - Higher risk.
    - More motivation as he can choose his own products.
    - Listening to primary market research i.e. delivering products to home not selling in stores.
    - 6 month contracts with customers improving customer loyalty.
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    (Original post by Tarmu)
    FC were £132,000
    Then I think Break even output should be:

    101,538 units
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    (Original post by jackykkkan)
    Then I think Break even output should be:

    101,538 units
    Indeed. That's what our teacher told us it was (bearing we gave her the right figures)
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    Guys! For the last question, I did one point for and one point against, but I made sure My judgement was backed up well! Do you think that will still get ok marks??
 
 
 
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