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New Students Day
Transcript of New Students Day
A-Level Business Studies
Base Regional Winners
What can the
future hold? ...
Turning the idea
into a business...
Process of setting
up a business.
the people the business
how the product is made
or the service is provided
profits and investments
outside of the business
Start up a business!
AS: Unit 1 and 2
Planning and Financing a Business
Based on an entrepreneur and a start-up business.
40% of AS
Short answer questions and extended responses based on a mini case study.
Managing a Business
Based on a small/medium sized business.
60% of AS
Multi-part data response questions.
A2: Unit 3
Strategies for Success.
Based on a medium/large business and the different strategies a business adopts.
25% of A-Level
Questions requiring extended answers based upon an unseen case study drawing on knowledge for AS unit.
Includes a 34 mark report where recommendations must be made on a business strategy.
A2: Unit 4
The Business Environment and Managing Change.
25% of A Level
Section A: Pre-release theme e.g. Recession, CSR and M&A's. Choice of 2 essays.
Section B: Synoptic, drawing on knowledge from all four units. Choice of 3 essays.
Both sections rely on your own research as you must relate your points to ACTUAL companies.
Remembering information - definitions, theories and formulas.
Numerical skills - calculations and interpreting data.
Research skills - finding out about different businesses and companies.
Revision skills - 100% exam based.
Thinking skills - you have to make your own judgements.
Writing skills - have to write extended essays.
Good luck for your GCSE Results.
Hopefully see you all in September!