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    Hey Guys,

    I'm retaking Bus1, 2 and 3 in January. (I'm starting to wonder if it's such a good idea!) as I got CCD for all 3 papers, and my teacher expected me to get A's and B's. My own fault, through lack of revision. I really want to improve my overall C grade to an A or B, which will help me for A2 and to achieve my predicted grade.

    I've decided to start making my revision notes at the weekend. But I just want to confirm exactly what I need to know for each Unit to get the highest marks possible.

    Bus 1
    Do I only really need to know the definitions and formulas for this Unit?!

    Bus 2 & 3
    Do I just need to know the definitions and relate certain aspects of each unit to the case study?!

    I'm guessing that A2 knowledge of Bus 4 will also help me out with getting more marks in the 3 units.

    Is there anything else I need to add into the revision?

    Also, how do you revise definitions? As I always find it really hard to remember them!

    Thanks.
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    I think it's worth retaking BUS 1,2,3 still, because they are easier than A2 modules, and once you have a deeper understanding about those thing, it should get better.
    For BUS 2 and 3, I think it's all about how to apply things you've learned to the case study and you should prepare yourself by asking relevant questions about the case.
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