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The Best IB Business and Management Notes and Study Guide for SL/HL

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Posted by Dora Seigel | Apr 4, 2021 9:54:00 AM

International Baccalaureate (IB)

 

If you're in the IB Business and Management SL/HL class and want a little extra study help for your in-class test or the final IB exam, you've come to the right place. Here, I've gathered the best free online IB Business and Management notes into one convenient place for you.

This IB Business and Management study guide is organized according to the official SL/HL syllabus.

 

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2021 IB Exam Changes Due to COVID-19

Because of the ongoing COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, May 2021 IB assessments will have two routes, exam and non-exam, depending on which your school chooses. Stay up to date with the latest information on what this means for IB diplomas, course credit for IB classes, and more with our 2021 IB COVID-19 FAQ article.

 

How to Use This IB Business and Management Study Guide

If you need help with one topic, use the ctrl + f function on your keyboard to search for that topic. For example, let's say you want to read about Source of Finance. To find that information quickly, use ctrl + f to bring up the search function. Next, type "source of finance" and it'll bring up all the materials that match that term.

If you are just looking for IB exam study resources, you can skip to the end of this article to the "Comprehensive Notes" section. There, you'll find resources that cover the IB Business and Management exam as a whole.

 

How to Use This IB Business and Management Study Guide

Use this IB Business and Management study guide during the school year to help you prep for in-class tests. If you're struggling to understand class lectures, make sure you're getting additional help so that you learn the material throughout the school year. Don't wait to cram it in until right before the final IB Business and Management exam!

 

 

The Best Study Practices for IB Business and Management

The absolute best way to study for IB Business and Management tests and cement what you've studied is to practice past paper questions as you learn new topics in the classroom. Writing about concepts you're studying helps solidify them in your memory.

Also, there's a chance that you'll see the ideas covered in old paper topics somewhere on the final IB exam! You can find past IB Business and Management SL/HL papers in our guide.

As mentioned above, if you're struggling with the material in class, don't wait to ask for help. The best way to ensure you do well on the IB test is to learn the material throughout the year. If you're struggling to understand class lectures, you should also be reading the corresponding chapter in a textbook or study guide.

 

Common Study Mistakes for IB Business and Management

If you're having trouble in your IB Business and Management SL or HL class, you will need to seek additional help fast so you don't fall behind. Master the material during the school year and you'll be guaranteed to rock your IB papers!

But that doesn't mean you don't need to study to do well. The two most common study mistakes are as follows:

  • Ignoring the material you don't understand in the classroom: If you didn't understand it in the classroom, seek help elsewhere, such as by using this IB Business and Management study guide or hiring a tutor.
  • Waiting to learn the material until a week or two before the papers: There is a lot of material to master for the IB Business and Management class. A week or two is not enough time to get down everything you'll need to know (that's why the course is taught over a couple of years!). Be sure to learn the material as you're supposed to learn it in class.

 

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The Best IB Business Management Notes Online

Here, we give you a complete set of IB Business and Management notes for every topic. For each learning section, we've separated the notes into two categories:

  • Quick references: One-page summary of a topic (good if you only need a quick refresher)
  • Longer notes: Notes (generally three to 10 pages) that offer a more in-depth overview

This way, you can find the IB resources that are right for you!

 

Unit 1: Business Organization and Environment (40 Hours SL, 50 Hours HL)

 

 

Unit 2: Human Resource Management (15 Hours SL, 30 Hours HL)

 

Unit 3: Finance and Accounts (35 Hours SL, 50 Hours HL)

 

Unit 4: Marketing (35 Hours SL, 50 Hours HL)

 

 

Unit 5: Operations Management (10 Hours SL, 30 Hours HL)

 

Comprehensive Notes for IB Business and Management

These final resources are more comprehensive and cover all main topics you'll need to know for the IB Business and Management exam.

  • IB Notes by Ellie: This site offers useful notes for IB Business and Management along with other IB classes. Click through each unit to find information on the major course topics.
  • Bracken's IB Business: Here, you can get in-depth info on every IB Business Management unit (we included some of these web pages in our list above).
  • Quizlet: Use these free flashcards to study important IB Business and Management terms.

 

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What's Next?

Want to learn more about IB Business and Management? Then check out our guide on where to find free and official IB Business and Management papers.

Learn more about the IB program with our comparison of IB vs AP, our guide to the IB Diploma curriculum, and our list of all the IB courses currently available. We've also got an extensive list of all IB Diploma Programme schools in the United States and information on which IB classes you can take online.

Thinking of taking other IB classes besides Business and Management? Look at our guides to see past papers for IB Biology, Economics, English, and Math.

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