AQA GCSE Business Studies Textbook by Andrew Gillespie, Malcolm Surridge


AQA GCSE Business Studies Textbook by Andrew Gillespie, Malcolm Surridge

This title has been written for the latest AQA GCSE Business Studies specification. It covers Unit 1: Setting up a Business and Unit 2: Growing as a Business and provides detailed advice on how to approach the controlled assessment in Unit 3. - Engages students with business insights and topical information about specific businesses - Provokes further thought and reflection with open-ended questions related to stimulus photos - Tests students knowledge with assessment questions included at the end of each section - Further motivates and challenges students of higher ability with 'extension exercises' - Ensures students understanding of all topics with clear and concise definitions of all key terms A Teacher Guide containing detailed answers to all the questions in the book is available for separate purchase. (ISBN 978-1-84489-325-6). Glossaries also available online at Vocab Express, an interactive learning application. Visit for more information.


This book is excellent if you're taking AQA GCSE Business Studies, it has Examination Tips, Exam-like questions and has lots of examples of businesses relevant to topics. I would recommend this book to anyone taking GCSE Business. Amazon reviews

About the Author

Malcolm Surridge is Head of Business Studies and Economics at Saint Felix School, Chief Examiner for GCE Business Studies and an established author. Andrew Gillespie is joint editor of Business Review magazine.

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Contains Paperback and CD-ROM
272 pages


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Publication date

29th May 2009



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