Business Studies EXAM TIPS Practice long answer questions

Business Studies EXAM TIPS Practice long answer questions

Business Studies

EXAM TIPS

Practice long answer questions

Build paragraphs into arguments, argue both sides of the question with a conclusion.

Include enough appropriate application of context and include enough appropriate
theory, and use because a lot.

When writing your conclusion, re-read the question and what youve written so far.
Make sure your conclusion is decisive enough and answers the question, use words
like I suggest and make a decision.

Application of context: key terms, individuals, departments, products, NUMBERS(!),
competitors.

Include and correctly use specialist terms such as: ADDED VALUE
BENCHMARKING, BIG DATA, BRAND LOYALTY,
CAPITAL STRUCTURE, CONSUMER PRODUCTS, CORE COMPETENCIES, CORPORATE
GOVERNANCE, DATA MINING
ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING, FAIR TRADE, FISCAL POLICY & MONETARY POLICY,
INTRAPRENEURSHIP, MARKET CAPITALISATION, MASS CUSTOMISATION, MULTICHANNEL DISTRIBUTION, OFFSHORING, OPPORTUNITY COST, OUTSOURCING,
OVERTRADING, REDEPLOYMENT,
SHORT-TERMISM, SYNERGY, TALENT DEVELOPMENT, URBANISATION, WORKS COUNCIL

Exam Board: AQA (7131/7132)
Date and time of mock exam
Assessment components
Paper 1 Unit 1 Paper, 13th November 1:30 2 hours
Paper 2 Unit 2 Paper, 23rd November 1:30 1 hour

Useful websites for revision
https://www.tutor2u.net/business/

Go back over Business Maths calculations

Be ready to interpret Balance sheet (including gearing, ROCE), Income statement
(particularly profitability ratios), Share price / market capitalisation, Market share /
growth rate, Investment returns, Evidence of lack of competitiveness (e.g. labour
productivity, unit costs)

Print off exam board spec and use it in your revision

Chunk your revision do not try to do everything at once at the last minute

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uRfTzecyOfY
https://
www.aqa.org.uk/subjects/business-subjects/as-a
nd-a-level/business-7131-7132

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