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Build Confidence with Quantitative Skills in A Level Business - Ratio Analysis

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Ratio analysis just got much tougher for A Level Business students. The formulae have to be learned and ratios can appear in many different ways in the exams. Join us for a webinar to help get to grips with a crucial part of quantitative skills.

Hosts: Graham Prior, Jim Riley

Upcoming Dates

  • Wednesday, February 15th at 9:00pm - 9:45pm GMT

Who should attend

All A Level Business students who want to build their confidence calculating and interpreting ratios.

About this event

In the webinar we will:

  • Remind you of the basics of the different categories of ratios and how they are calculated
  • Have a go at some questions to test understanding
  • Explore how ratios might be examined and how you might use the insights from your ratio calculations to support exam answers

Your Hosts

    Graham Prior


    Graham is Head of Teaching & Learning at tutor2u and is also the Subject Lead for Business and Geography.


    Jim Riley


    Jim Riley is the co-Founder and CEO of tutor2u. Prior to founding tutor2u with twin brother Geoff in 2000, Jim was Director of Strategy for Thomson Travel Group. Prior to this Jim spent 10 years with PwC. Jim is a Fellow of the ICAEW and holds an MBA from Bradford Business School.


Ways to access this event

Computer, tablet or smartphone

You'll need to be on a good broadband connection of at least 1 Mbps. Test your connection.

You won't be required to speak, so you don't need a microphone, Headphones are recommended.

We use a conference system called GoToTraining as it's nice and simple. We'll provide you with complete instructions of how to join when you register for the event.

If you have the latest version of Windows, Mac OSX, iOS or Android installed, your device should be supported. You can check the full list of system requirements.

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