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    Hi guys,
    I'm new to student room so I'm not really sure how this works lol.
    But basically, I'm studying AS OCR Business (its a new course from 2015) and I'm panicking a bit.
    At the start of the year I thought my class notes would be sufficient to revise from but looking at them I feel they're not clear and detailed enough for me to get much benefit out of them. So because of this, I haven't made revision notes according to the specification and I'm freaking out because i know I wont have enough time to do all the notes myself!!
    Can anyone please advise me on what to do, and direct me to some good solid revision notes/guides that cover the whole course or anything which I can revise from to ensure I get a good grade at the end of this year (hopefully an A)
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    Can you just use a standard a level business book and revise the topics you're studying?

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/New-2015-A-L...QS2XZTTDXD946M

    Use the specification to ensure you're covering the right material.

    http://www.ocr.org.uk/Images/71636-specification.pdf

    Use past papers and work through the questions with the model answers.

    (These may not be as helpful as it seems as though your specification has changed recently).


    Business isn't that different from one course to the next. They all cover the basics of business theory.
 
 
 
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