Revision Guides for A Level WJEC Business

*Written by an experienced principal examiner!

Focused, engaging and student-friendly revision notes covering all the essentials in manageable chunks. Includes notes, exam tips and worked-through essay questions – easy to use and perfect for exam revision or as end-of-topic summaries.

Concise Notes

  • Logically structured in specification order
  • Key terms and concepts clearly explained throughout
  • Enhanced with all the crucial graphs and diagrams they’ll need to use and interpret in the exam
  • reinforce understanding of complex concepts!

Challenging Questions

  • Prepare students for top marks with tasks and questions for every topic
  • PLUS!‘Take it further’ activities to stretch your most able
  • Answers and progress checklists for targeted revision and self-marking

Also available for Eduqas (for use outside Wales)

What do teachers have to say about this resource? (9404,9407)

'Concise enough to serve as a revision guide and still gives all the key details students require... I like the use of evaluations/ exam plans at the ends of chapters. I thought the sections with 'It Depends on' was really accesible and useful to students... Key knowledge is covered- meeting the needs of the key assessment objectives. The tables of advantages and disadvantages will make it simple for students to pick out the key knowledge required in a quick and convenient way... I think the resource clearly meets the specification. I think it is concise in hitting the key knowledge students needs.' – R Lamb, Head of Business & Economics, Independent Reviewer

'A good resource for students, clearly laid out and easy to follow. Really useful for the delivery for eduqas component 2. Lots of sample questions that can be used to prepare the students. A super revision resource... Like the layout, with a mixture of easy to read tables, chart etc which summarise key theory. Very student friendly. Also like the evaluation tables throughout, with the "it depends on" factors, will help students gain those important evaluation marks in these topics. I liked the worked example of zxabc plc for the ratios as helps students understand how to analyse the information rather than just extract from the p&l account etc. I like the exam questions at the end section of the booklet. And the test questions will be really valuable to students and teachers.' – D Duguid, Head of Business & Independent Reviewer

What do teachers have to say about this resource? (7287,7288)

'Great for students and well linked to the specification. Will save me hours of prep... I really like the evaluation sections e.g. business planning. Really useful to help with essay planning. Also like the worked examples throughout and the essays at the back... Clearly linked to spec and uses terminology spec uses e.g. m-commerce... Model answer on breakeven and marketing is great.' – D Duguid, Head of Business, Independent Reviewer

'I liked the condensed nature for each unit and sub-unit... It certainly enhances learning since it adds knowledge and it provides an extra tool for the student to have a summary of the key points he/she is expected to know. It also acts as a review and reinforces learning... The presentation and layout attract/retain the student’s attention, interest, desire and action to study.' – J Landrakis, Business Teacher & Independent Reviewer

What do teachers have to say about this resource? (9405,9408)

'A detailed resource which is linked clearly to the specification. Really clearly laid out, easy to follow and as there are limited resources for eduqas/wjec this will save time for teachers... I like the essay titles at the end with hints and tips, links to up to date business examples, the evaluative comments at the end of each section, how it is laid out. Very student friendly... The stop and think tasks help with application of theory... A good variety of text, graphs and tables to keep students' attention... Clearly linked to specification and recaps relevant theory from component 1 e.g. leadership and motivation to change.' – D Duguid, Head of Business & Independent Reviewer