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I do A Level Business and I need to get better at sticking within an examined time limit to answer larger marked questions but I struggle (I also struggle with writing fast in general), with loads of marks missing. Any tips to fix this?

Look at the number of marks available and when answering questions give yourself that time limit. Just practise writing in general your hand writing doesn’t have to be neat as long as you can read it. Try and set a timer and answer a question see how much you can get down

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I have 3.2 million, this is a rise of 53%from last year, what did I have last year?

3,200,000 = 153% 3,200,000/153 = 20915.03268 20915.03268 = 1% 20915.03268 X 100 = 100% = 2091503.268 = 2091503.3 [1.d.p]

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Asked by Christine

I have 3.2 million, this is a rise of 53%from last year, what did I have last year?

we have 3,200,000= x* 1.53 (where x is the number from last year and its a rise by 53% so 1.53) solving this for x gives x=2,091,503 (rounded to nearest whole number)

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What GCSE’s do I need for being a real estate agent

In addition to the above answers, I also think getting experience would be really valuable. Many real estate agents are happy to offer work experience for a few weeks at a time. I’d recommend calling or asking them in person for this. It’s a great way for you to learn more about the industry.

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What are the types of Taxes?

Check out this website https://www.expatica.com/uk/finance/taxes/a-complete-guide-to-the-uk-tax-system-758254/ It is a complete guide to the UK tax system. You will find all the types of taxes there.

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What do I need to study to become a dentist ?

Alevels in Chemistry, biology and either maths or physics (or both) will keep all dentistry courses open to you. If you don't take maths or physics but do take chemistry and biology, most courses will accept you.

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