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    Today I met Ian Marcousé, chief examiner for AQA Business Studies.

    *tears of joy* I'll always remember today.. *sobs*

    I met Seyi from the Black Looks case study, too! He seemed really nice - at Birmingham now studying for a Law degree.
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    (Original post by Surfing Hamster)
    Today I met Ian Marcousé, chief examiner for AQA Business Studies.

    *tears of joy* I'll always remember today.. *sobs*

    I met Seyi from the Black Looks case study, too! He seemed really nice - at Birmingham now studying for a Law degree.
    I read that case study (my mate does Business Studies a.k.a flower arranging), Seyi was a wife-beater hahaha! He's real? I thought it was made up!

    And sorry to rain on your parade but what's so good?
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    (Original post by ZJuwelH)
    I read that case study (my mate does Business Studies a.k.a flower arranging), Seyi was a wife-beater hahaha! He's real? I thought it was made up!

    And sorry to rain on your parade but what's so good?
    WHAT'S SO GOOD? :eek: Like you don't know..:rolleyes: hehe

    Seyi was a student in Marcousé's class - he stole his name!
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    Righto, just please don't steal my name
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    Sorry I don't know, I study Economics A-Level and the first lesson taught me that Business Studies is inferior heeheehee...
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    (Original post by ZJuwelH)
    Sorry I don't know, I study Economics A-Level and the first lesson taught me that Business Studies is inferior heeheehee...
    Isn't part of the economics paper multiple choice?
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    care to enlighten us on this seyi chap?
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    (Original post by Surfing Hamster)
    Isn't part of the economics paper multiple choice?
    Only in the first two modules.

    Isn't the entire Business Studies course about: "The sky is blue..."

    Nah I would've taken Business if it didn't clash with Economics, mind you the Business Studies teacher (also my form tutor) reckons I could pass it easily...
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    (Original post by Surfing Hamster)
    Today I met Ian Marcousé, chief examiner for AQA Business Studies.

    *tears of joy* I'll always remember today.. *sobs*

    I met Seyi from the Black Looks case study, too! He seemed really nice - at Birmingham now studying for a Law degree.
    Did you really?!? I kinda regret not attending a seminar by the man himself. Business studies is more intresting than Economics.
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    You mean I was allowed to circle more than one answer on my economics exam papers?
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    (Original post by elpaw)
    care to enlighten us on this seyi chap?
    He just gave a talk on how he improved his E grade AS to an overall A grade by resitting and having Ian as a lecturer! Seemed like a nice chap, rambled a bit though - hope he doesn't wanna be a barrister!
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    (Original post by ZJuwelH)
    Only in the first two modules.

    Isn't the entire Business Studies course about: "The sky is blue..."

    Nah I would've taken Business if it didn't clash with Economics, mind you the Business Studies teacher (also my form tutor) reckons I could pass it easily...
    The sky is blue, yuh..

    Weeeeeird-o... :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Bhaal85)
    Did you really?!? I kinda regret not attending a seminar by the man himself. Business studies is more intresting than Economics.
    Yeh, it was really really helpful! Clarified lots of points, and even mumbled on about ratio analysis - most of which went over my head!!
 
 
 
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