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I'm going to take a business A level as a private candidate. I cannot afford a private tutor but, I am quite disciplined so, I think I'll be able to pull it off. I obviously want to get a good grade and I have just under a year to prepare. I've taken other A levels but, I haven't taken business before so all the content will be new.
I've bought and found all the appropriate resources e.g. textbooks, past papers, etc. However, I'm looking for tips on making a study schedule and any other resources I may find useful as, I've never done any education unguided by teachers before.
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(Original post by orangegrl)
I'm going to take a business A level as a private candidate. I cannot afford a private tutor but, I am quite disciplined so, I think I'll be able to pull it off. I obviously want to get a good grade and I have just under a year to prepare. I've taken other A levels but, I haven't taken business before so all the content will be new.
I've bought and found all the appropriate resources e.g. textbooks, past papers, etc. However, I'm looking for tips on making a study schedule and any other resources I may find useful as, I've never done any education unguided by teachers before.
As I've experienced the same thing of being unguided by a teacher this year, the best advice for me to you, is just to have a schedule in your mind for every day or plan it on paper, also timing your study time for the subject is really important as you can determine whether you were productive in the time you have given yourself to be productive. Trying various study methods like taking min quizzes or self-assessments really helps to know the level you are in the subject and whether you need to do something different to advance yourself in the subject.It is more like being the teacher of yourself.
Hope that helps!
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