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Unit One AQA 6131 Revision Materials

Unit One AQA 6131 Revision Materials

These are my revision notes for Unit 1 of the AQA legacy paper. Updated versions are available to purchase as well for the new specification but these notes provide a good basic outline of many topic areas.

By dazzan74

Market Research

Market Research

This is the latest in the series of simplified marketing notes aimed at Learning Support students of GCSE Business Studies. The notes cover the topics of primary and secondary research, sampling techniques, SWOT Analysis and USP Analysis in an easy to understand manner. There are various tasks for students to complete as they progress through the worksheet.

By dazzan74

What is Sources of Finance all about?

What is Sources of Finance all about?

The latest in the series of resources designed to help students with Learning Support needs better understand the basics of GCSE Business Studies. This topic looks at the many different sources of finance available to a business.

By dazzan74

What is Ratio Analysis all about?

What is Ratio Analysis all about?

The final element of this package of notes designed to assist the understanding of finance for learning support students of GCSE Business Studies. These notes look at the five key ratios that students are required to know and use for the OCR exam. It breaks them down into easy to understand elements and builds up student confidence about how to use the figures!

By dazzan74

What are Sole Traders and Partnerships All About?

What are Sole Traders and Partnerships All About?

A worksheet designed to help GCSE students of Business Studies to gain a solid grounding in this key topic area. It looks at why people decide to establish themselves as an unlimited business and examines the pros and cons of such a decision.

By dazzan74

What is Profit and Loss All About?

What is Profit and Loss All About?

The next title in this series, aimed at Learning Support students of GCSE Business Studies. This worksheet looks at the Trading, Profit and Loss Account. It considers how the account is constructed and examines the different elements in detail.

By dazzan74

What are Balance Sheets all about?

What are Balance Sheets all about?

The penultimate worksheet in this series of financial notes targeted at learning support students of GCSE Business Studies. This worksheet looks at that most challenging of subject areas....the Balance Sheet. It trys to break it down into simple stages that will enable a deeper understanding by the pupil.

By dazzan74

What is Cash Flow all about?

What is Cash Flow all about?

Another in the series of Learning Support materials aimed specifically at students of GCSE Business Studies. This worksheet looks at the role of the Cash Flow in Business. It examines how a cash flow is constructed and the main differences between cash and profit.

By dazzan74

Break-Even Analysis Handbook + Presentation

Break-Even Analysis Handbook + Presentation

This is a handbook that I have produced includes the basic background information on break-even analysis and some exciting tasks for learner's to engage in and complete. Attached with it is a presentation that accompanies it. This should be enough material to cover 2 lessons. Ideal for GCSE students. Enjoy!

By gohar_khan