Harry C. A Level Business Studies tutor, GCSE Business Studies tutor,...

Harry C.

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Studying: Business & Management (Bachelors) - Exeter University

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Hello! I'm Harry and I am currently studying a Business & Management degree at Exeter University. I have also opted to study many Geography modules as part of my degree and so offer Geography tutoring at both GCSE and A Level, as well as Business Studies. My friends would describe me as a very friendly and patient person. I have had lots of teaching experience through tutoring students at school, in person, and through MyTutor. I am really flexible to whatever you want to cover; I can help you with both the exam structure/technique of answers, and with the content itself. I want to help you to do the very best that you possibly can! During our tutorials, you can determine what we will cover. I am easy to speak with and the most important thing is that you finish each tutorial with a complete understanding of what we have covered. Please use the 'Send a Message' section to get in touch with me, please also let me know your exam board and subject. I am really flexible with timings and so we can book sessions however you want them (whether that's once a week, or more). I look forward to meeting you and getting started!Hello! I'm Harry and I am currently studying a Business & Management degree at Exeter University. I have also opted to study many Geography modules as part of my degree and so offer Geography tutoring at both GCSE and A Level, as well as Business Studies. My friends would describe me as a very friendly and patient person. I have had lots of teaching experience through tutoring students at school, in person, and through MyTutor. I am really flexible to whatever you want to cover; I can help you with both the exam structure/technique of answers, and with the content itself. I want to help you to do the very best that you possibly can! During our tutorials, you can determine what we will cover. I am easy to speak with and the most important thing is that you finish each tutorial with a complete understanding of what we have covered. Please use the 'Send a Message' section to get in touch with me, please also let me know your exam board and subject. I am really flexible with timings and so we can book sessions however you want them (whether that's once a week, or more). I look forward to meeting you and getting started!

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I am really flexible to whatever you want to cover; I can help you with both the exam structure/technique of answers, and with the content itself. I want to help you to do the very best that you possibly can! During our tutorials, you can determine what we will cover. I am easy to speak with and the most important thing is that you finish each tutorial with a complete understanding of what we have covered.

Please use the 'Send a Message' section to get in touch with me, please also let me know your exam board and subject. I am really flexible with timings and so we can book sessions however you want them (whether that's once a week, or more). I look forward to meeting you and getting started!

I am really flexible to whatever you want to cover; I can help you with both the exam structure/technique of answers, and with the content itself. I want to help you to do the very best that you possibly can! During our tutorials, you can determine what we will cover. I am easy to speak with and the most important thing is that you finish each tutorial with a complete understanding of what we have covered.

Please use the 'Send a Message' section to get in touch with me, please also let me know your exam board and subject. I am really flexible with timings and so we can book sessions however you want them (whether that's once a week, or more). I look forward to meeting you and getting started!

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5from 18 customer reviews
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Maria (Parent)

March 1 2017

Really helpful with exam technique and how to improve analysis & structure to gain more marks in the exam!

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Christel (Student)

February 17 2017

This tutorial we covered questions on market strategies, market research and brand image. Harry knows a lot about the subject and he has helped me with analyzing text and writing a well structured answer.

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Christel (Student)

February 10 2017

Very good. This was a very efficient lesson. I'm starting to get the hang of how I have to structure my answers.

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Sam (Student)

February 14 2017

Another great session, came with loads of useful resources for me, fantastic

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
GeographyA-level (A2)A*
HistoryA-level (A2)A
Business StudiesA-level (A2)A

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Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
Business StudiesA Level£22 /hr
-Personal Statements-Mentoring£22 /hr

Questions Harry has answered

Evaluate the various methods of financing business

In order to answer this question, it is worth laying out the different methods of financing a business. These can be short term (overdraft, trade credit, factoring) or long term (share capital, loans from friends/family, debentures, grants, mortgage, leasing). Once you have learnt these you will then need to select the ones that you are most confident talking about. You will then need to discuss the pros and cons of each selected. For example, you may speak about how a family loan is useful because they may charge you very little (if any) interest). However, you could mention that a loan from family may put pressure on your personal relationship because you are in debt to them. Another example may be share capital. You could mention how it would require you to give up ownership in your business, but that the finance would be raised fast. Having discussed the pros and cons and in order to gain 'higher level' marks, you will need to include some evaluation. For example, you could say how it depends largely on the stage of growth of the company. If this is a start up company, it may have little retained profits and so this may not be a financing option. But, it may be entitled to government grants. To further this evaluation, you could bring in come current topical knowledge. For example, the government is currently trying to promote technology start up businesses and therefore if this is a start up business it may be able to get a large grant. As a final sentence, it is important to state which method of financing you think is best under certain conditions - you could say, for example, if interest rates are low then a bank loan is is the best method of finance.In order to answer this question, it is worth laying out the different methods of financing a business. These can be short term (overdraft, trade credit, factoring) or long term (share capital, loans from friends/family, debentures, grants, mortgage, leasing). Once you have learnt these you will then need to select the ones that you are most confident talking about. You will then need to discuss the pros and cons of each selected. For example, you may speak about how a family loan is useful because they may charge you very little (if any) interest). However, you could mention that a loan from family may put pressure on your personal relationship because you are in debt to them. Another example may be share capital. You could mention how it would require you to give up ownership in your business, but that the finance would be raised fast. Having discussed the pros and cons and in order to gain 'higher level' marks, you will need to include some evaluation. For example, you could say how it depends largely on the stage of growth of the company. If this is a start up company, it may have little retained profits and so this may not be a financing option. But, it may be entitled to government grants. To further this evaluation, you could bring in come current topical knowledge. For example, the government is currently trying to promote technology start up businesses and therefore if this is a start up business it may be able to get a large grant. As a final sentence, it is important to state which method of financing you think is best under certain conditions - you could say, for example, if interest rates are low then a bank loan is is the best method of finance.

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