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    Hello! currntly I m an A2 student! My previous business result is not up to my expectation level! My teachers are quit surprised as they expected atleast A however the grades are low and now i really think how to improve and what actually went wrong? Please suggest me something so that i can actually work hard on it and improve my grade! Thank u so much! Looking forward for a positive response!
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    I was in the same situation as you last year, and I found the resources on Tutor2u were very helpful. Try to buy some study guides (some specifically for essay writing) and attend a lecture if you've got the time (and money). Good luck!!!
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    (Original post by Tasnima Fayza)
    Hello! currntly I m an A2 student! My previous business result is not up to my expectation level! My teachers are quit surprised as they expected atleast A however the grades are low and now i really think how to improve and what actually went wrong? Please suggest me something so that i can actually work hard on it and improve my grade! Thank u so much! Looking forward for a positive response!
    Exam structure is essential, my college always makes me use:

    Knowledge
    Application
    Analysis
    Evaluation

    Which are all contextualised about the company.

    This is an 8 marker i wrote in an exam which recieved the full 8 marks and was about the advantages of capacity utilisation.

    One benefit of increasing capital intensity is that there could be technical economies of scale, as they plan to use '300,000 robots next year'. This could potentially lead to increased accuracy and diminishing long run average costs, which may mean a task can be completed with much more alacrity and so the cost per unit will decrease. However if there is a malfunction in the machinery then production will come to a halt and productivity could be reduced to nothing until it is fixed.

    Another benefit of increasing capital intensity is that labour costs may be significantly reduced, as they can 'offset the increase in costs' from 'rising salaries'. This may lead to an increase in net profit for the year and an improved cash flow position, as Foxcon will be using mostly robotic appliances, which is potentially just a one off sunk cost.Therefore allowing Foxconn to reinvest and develop their product range of electrical appliances. However increasing capital machinery will result in significant initial costs which they may not have and will require impeccable maintenance and efficiency to earn a supernormal profit in the long run and so it could do more harm than good.
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    Thank u sooo much zacharyihw its really helpful! Maybe i will be attending lectures soon and yea thanks for the name of the website tutor2u! Best of luck to u too! Wish u have a bright future!
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    Breynolds2671999 this is really amazing one! I loved it! Have u done with ur Alevels? Please i want more suggestions! Thanku soo much!
 
 
 
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