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I'm studying for the CIMA strategic level 2015 syllabus. I have already taken 6 exams for this subject, P3 but i still couldn't pass. I keep getting 99, 97, 95 marks etc and it's really frustrating because the pass mark is 100. I would like to know if anyone could offer me some tips/advice on how to pass this paper. Also this paper is quite subjective because it has alot of "Select All" questions.
I am trying to analyse a source about how this source is valuable for an inquiry into the reason for the collapse of the absolute monarchy in 1789. But I am struggling because I do not really understand the purpose of the source. Can I get some help about how to approach this question?
Antoine Barnave- Leading member of the National Assembly and wrote this reflection on the causes of the French revolution whilst he was waiting execution during the Terror of 1793.
The democratic ideal, virtually stifled under all European governments while the feudal system remained powerful, has gathered strength and continues to grow...The two privileged orders who still retained control of the government were ruined through their taste for luxury and had degraded themselves by their way of life. The Third Estate, in contrast, had produced enlightened thinkers and acquired enormous wealth. The people were restrained only by their habit of servitude and the limited hope they had of breaking their chains. The government had succeeded in containing this hope; but it had nevertheless flourished in the heart of the nation.
Hi What should I say if im applying for a job not advertised. I am holding a diploma in analytical chemistry n dont have experience except for training obtained as per cause requirements. Thanks
I'm a first-year university English student and need immediate help. I'm doing very well in all my subjects so this is the last thing I would ever do. It's quite a long story which I'd rather not write here, but I need to hand it in today, and as soon as possible!
The assignment was supposed to be on a text of your choice, and I'm supposed to use at least 6 sources from JStore.org (as I cannot use printed sources because I'm blind). I chose to write about the representation of nature in Wordsworth's "I wandered lonely as a cloud", one of my favourite poems. It should be just 2 pages, but I have no idea how to start it off, probably because I'm too stressed. I'd be eternally grateful for any help!
How is transnational investment a driver of globalization in an emerging economy in Asia and whether its effect is net positive or net negative?
(1) Someone you know is having difficulties complying with their parents wishes. Write a letter to this person advising them what in your view is their best course of action. Lay out: - Letter structure -Address (2) Write the words of a diary in which the person on (1) reflects on their problems and your advice.