AQA Business for GCSE Setting Up a Business by David Hamman, Neil Denby
  

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AQA Business for GCSE Setting Up a Business by David Hamman, Neil Denby

AQA Business for GCSE: Setting up a Business covers the first unit of the new AQA GCSE Business specification, Setting up a Business. Written in a lively and accessible manner and packed with images and illustrations, the book will motivate and prepare students to achieve the best possible results. Key features of the text include: - Numerous activities and exercises for classroom and homework use - Lots of real-life case studies and examples to motivate and engage students - Graded activities so that the specification is covered appropriately for students at all levels - Exam tips and exam-style questions to prepare students for assessment Written by two highly experienced authors and examiners who have the skills and experience to know exactly what is required by students to gain the best grades possible.

About the Author

Neil Denby is Principal Moderator for a major examining board and is Senior Lecturer at Huddersfield University. He is a highly experienced examiner and author who has written widely for Hodder Education and Philip Allan Updates. His previous titles include the popular AQA GCSE Business Studies B (Hodder Education). David Hamman is Chief Examiner for a major examining board. He has many years' experience as an examiner, teacher and author. His previous titles include AQA GCSE Business Studies A (Hodder Education).

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Format

Paperback
192 pages

Author

David Hamman, Neil Denby
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Publisher

Hodder Education

Publication date

30th January 2009

ISBN

9780340974926


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