With the A Levels around the corner, I’ll be spending the next couple of weeks churning out free high quality content for you. Yes, you, my loyal reader. In the past few months, I have been sharpening my edge at NIE. Now, I have quite a few new tricks up my sleeve. I want to help you maximise your learning and revision time.
Thought I would give a short primer on what (I think) economics is about. So first a general overview, and then a more specific introduction to A Level H2 Economics.
Broadly speaking, Economics can be split into two fields — Microeconomics and Macroeconomics.
Are you finding it hard to recall concepts that you have read in your notes? Ever had the feeling that you definitely understood something, only to realise in the exam that you didn’t?
If these things are happening to you, it probably means you are studying wrong. (Sorry!) The most common methods used by students: summarisation, highlighting, rereading are actually some of the worst learning techniques. (Dunlosky et. al., 2013)
When income increases, do both demand and ped of a good change?
I made a video response to the question. The answer may surprise you.
Blog visitor Nicholas K. asked…
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