Why Do I Have to Do This

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Baya Ou Yang
• Studying at the University of Melbourne
– Arts (majoring in Media & Communications)

Business Management
Past-student perspective

• Tutored Business Management 2013
• ATAR 99.35
– Study Score of 46 for Business Management
(2011)

Baya Ou Yang
2012 VCE Graduate

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Make A
Definition
Sheet

Every key term needs a definition Everyday terms you know the definition for, still
DEFINE
Eg. Organisation, Productivity




Don’t use the words in the term www.engageeducation.org.au

Summary &
Definition
Sheets

Practice Exams

Questions from text book Memorising

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Make A Summary
Sheet

THE MOST IMPORTANT THING YOU CAN
DO BEFORE THE EXAM

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THE STUDY DESIGN

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AREA OF STUDIES (5):
UNIT 3:




AOS1: LSOs in context
AOS2: Internal environment of LSOs
AOS3: Operations Management

Use these dot points as sub-headings for your summary sheets UNIT 4:



AOS4: Human Resource Management
AOS5: Change Management

YOUR SUMMARY SHEET

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Analytical Questions
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Preparing for the 10 Mark Question

Preparing for the 10 Mark Question

Level of
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Elements of
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