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Revision Techniques

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If you only believe in miracle in accomplishing your work, then this is not the page you are looking for! Throughout my years of teaching this Business Studies subject, I have came across various type of students: Some are really high achievers, mediocre and the weak one too. I have gathered some revision techniques from my past IGCSE students. They have successfully overcome the exam stress in order to achieve top grades. Here, I would like to share these
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Study Tips: Advice From Top Student IGCSE Business Studies

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My very own effective study tips for BUSINESS STUDIES By:-Jamie Ng Study Tips Hi ! My name is Jamie. I am an ex-student of graduating class 2014 of Sri Kuala Lumpur Secondary School. I was awarded with the “Top IGCSE Business Studies in Malaysia 2014”. That’s something I am proud of. This is my fruit of labour.   Of course, nothing comes easy.   I self-studied my Business Studies. I did not attend any paid tuition for Business Studies.
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IGCSE Experience

Personal Story by Jamie Liew ( She achieved A* for IGCSE Business Studies. Check this out for my teaching tips) When I first joined Sri KL in Year 7, I had little idea of what to expect. I had been in an international school before, but I was unsure of the challenges secondary-level IGCSE would bring. I was pleasantly surprised to find out that IGCSE was not all about exams. Instead, we had all kinds of projects in the
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  • November 27, 2014
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Classroom Practice For Note Taking Skills

  Very few students are taught even basic note taking skill. Students often find the task of summarising the text is very confusing. Here, I would recommend a few methods of note taking which student can practice in the class. 1.  Cornell Note Taking System You may use this method for taking notes in class or textbooks. Firstly, you may draw a line down your paper 2 1/2 inches from the left side to create a 2 1/2 inch
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