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    (Original post by That_Hijabi)
    I'm struggling I'm getting U's on tests and homeworks. I want to do hardcore revision for the next 8 months...
    Bruh business is easy man I took economics AS and compared to economics, its F*** easy. Just remember the definitions that is key. Also, make sure you know how to structure the long mark questions such as doing conclusion and crap. I won't go into too much detail but just remember your definitions and remember the opportunity cost of not remembering your definitions is your place at university.
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    (Original post by TheYearNiner)
    Bruh business is easy man I took economics AS and compared to economics, its F*** easy. Just remember the definitions that is key. Also, make sure you know how to structure the long mark questions such as doing conclusion and crap. I won't go into too much detail but just remember your definitions and remember the opportunity cost of not remembering your definitions is your place at university.
    It's not that easy for me tbh.
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    It’s been a while since I did A level business, but I remember really sucking at it in the beginning but ending up with an A* at the end. Basically keep in mind the key terms, of the question and the topics. Always pre-plan your answers. Always try to/have it based on/relate to a local business. And don’t just stick to the topic at hand - explore further topics that go along with it and other aspects it could have an effect on - also showing a level of emotional intelligence on questions is always a bonus. Also make sure you do what the question asks, compare/contrast/evaluate are all different commands.
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    (Original post by ayeazm)
    It’s been a while since I did A level business, but I remember really sucking at it in the beginning but ending up with an A* at the end. Basically keep in mind the key terms, of the question and the topics. Always pre-plan your answers. Always try to/have it based on/relate to a local business. And don’t just stick to the topic at hand - explore further topics that go along with it and other aspects it could have an effect on - also showing a level of emotional intelligence on questions is always a bonus. Also make sure you do what the question asks, compare/contrast/evaluate are all different commands.
    What does pre planning your answers mean? Thanks
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    (Original post by That_Hijabi)
    What does pre planning your answers mean? Thanks
    Basically before you write down your answer, which is most probs going to be a long essay, you jot down thoughts/ideas/notes/a basic outline of what you will be saying in the essay. Sort of like a mental map of you’ve ever used them before. Also always make sure it’s clear so that examiners can see your ideas and where they come from
 
 
 
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