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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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It is no need to have a tuition. Go to buy a coursebook and read it at once, then practice the past exam papers.
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