Do you always fail to acquire the elusive evaluation marks? Many JC students are unable to understand the demands of the markers when it comes to evaluation. You will always see this vague statement of “able to challenge assumptions” in the mark scheme. What does it even mean? In the later part of my JC2 year, I found a framework for evaluation that works for almost all the essays. But first, let’s look at what evaluation really is.
During 2009 the Bank of England engaged in what is known as ‘quantitative easing; by pumping more than $200Billion into the economy. Record low levels of interest rates have also been maintained within the UK economy. Quantitative easing and low interest rates were also adopted by the US.
2. University education in Singapore and throughout the rest of the world is subsidized by national governments rather than left to market forces. During 2010, several governments announced that these subsidies would be cut, stating the need to reduce large fiscal budget deficits as the reason.
- Governments generally face trade-offs between different macroeconomic policy objectives. Discuss how far a government’s macroeconomic policy decisions when faced with these trade offs are affected by the extent to which the economy is open. 
We all want the halo effect to work in our favour. According to Wikipedia, halo effect is defined as a
cognitive bias in which our judgments of a person’s character can be influenced by our overall impression of him or her.