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Hello guys! Basically I want to self study A level Business Studies, specifically Edexcel's YBS01 subject. Most of the subjects that I've ever taken were under the CIE board so I'm finding it a bit of a switch since i'm not used to Edexcel. By the way I chose Edexcel because I want to sit my exams before May and they have the option of sitting your exams in January.

Anyway, I was wondering if anyone has been in a similar situation or has studied that subject before. Frankly, I'm not sure where to start. By looking at the edexcel website I'm guessing there are two textbooks, is that true? Did you really have to use two? If so, in what order do you go through them?
These are the textbooks I'm referring to-
• Ian Marcousé: Business Studies for A Level (4th edition), Hodder
• Dave Hall, Rob Jones, Carlo Raffo & Alain Anderton: Business Studies (4th edition), Pearson

Also if you think there are other resources that you think are vital for the study of this subject, please tell me about it! Thanks )
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Sorry you've not had any responses about this. Are you sure you've posted in the right place? Here's a link to our subject forum which should help get you more responses if you post there.
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