Guide Notes for developing a marketing campaign
The document has all the information as to what will be expected within the exam. I have thoroughly gone through 2 of the previous exams and looked at the higher scoring marks of previous candidates ( both of these candidates came out with distinctions within their exam ). It provides detail as to what needs to be in your notes for the exam and what is needed when you are sitting it. I have gone paragraph by paragraph of these 2 responses and have created this document, in order to make sure that you have the best 6 pages of notes possible and give you somewhat of an insight into what and how to write the actual exam. There is no information that is required of you, that is not in this document, and it will help with the understanding of how to apply all the knowledge you know and gives you a basis on how to develop your answer. I have spoken about 2 business throughout Wax Perfection and The Bicycle Shop - these are two businesses which were the case study in previous exams ( also the £10,000 budget was the same for the Bicycle Shop in the real exam ).
Topic 2: Bonding, structure and the properties of matter
A summary covering all aspects of the AQA Chemistry trilogy specification for Topic 2: bonding, structure and the properties of matter.
Microbiology - The Pioneers of Microbiology
Audience: Year 2 students. Microbiology - The Pioneers of Microbiology is a set of lecture notes derived from lecture materials of a BSc Hons programme, the book 'Biology of Microorganisms (Brock, et al.)' and further research on the internet. This document covers (in detail): Robert Hooke; Antonie van Leeuwenhoek; Ferdinand Cohn; Louis Pasteur; Robert Koch --More documents will be uploaded for Biochemistry, Immunology, Pharmacology and Microbiology--
Land LAW Revision Notes
The fundamentals of Land Law condensed into one document means revision is as easy as doing anything.
After creating the notes I went on to a get a high first of 79% from these notes I used.
Key topics are included with structures which I had memorised and used in the exam.
OCR A Physics Module 5 Class Notes
In depth class notes of all chapters in OCR A Physics Module 5 (Unit 4), including 'thermal physics', 'ideal gases', 'circular motion', 'oscillations', 'gravitational fields', 'stars' and cosmology'. These are complete notes on chapter 14-20 inclusive of the new OCR A textbook.
Unit 1 P5 participate in a one-to-one interaction in a health and social care context & P6 participate in a group interaction in a health and social care context & M3 assess their communication and interpersonal skills in relation to each interaction & D2
Good piece of work, achieved a distinction in this unit
M2 review strategies used in health and social care environments to overcome barriers to effective communication and interpersonal interactions & D1 evaluate strategies used in health and social care environments to overcome barriers to effective communic
Well-written, i achieved the M and D in this assignment and a D overall in this unit
P3 explain factors that may influence communication and interpersonal interactions in health and social care environments & P4 explain strategies used in health and social care environments to overcome barriers to effective communication and interpersonal
Very detailed, achieved the P\'s in this assignment and a D overall in the unit
P2 discuss theories of communication & M1 assess the role of effective communication and interpersonal interaction in health and social care with reference to theories of communication
In depth and well written, achieved the M in this assignment and a D in the overall unit
P1 explain the role of effective communication and interpersonal interaction in a health and social care context
Achieved the P in this assignment and a D in the unit overall. Very detailed
OCR Physics A Module 3 Class Notes
In depth class notes for all chapters in OCR A module 3, including 'motion', 'forces in action' , 'work' , 'materials' and 'laws of motion'. A solved question set is included as well to show an example of questions that can be asked.
ESSAY TITLE: ‘In Donne’s poetry, his attitude to love is often deemed as melodramatic’. In light of this view, examine Donne’s presentation of love as an emotion.