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Learn to Practice. Practice to Learn

The importance of class practices is undeniable. It allows students to identify knowledge gaps, which often mean that there are areas of learning that students do not fully understand. Class practices also serve as useful checkpoints to assess the student’s current level of exam-readiness and indicate the areas of improvement. Through enforcing question attempting, students will accumulate experience that is essential for the exam preparation.

Grasp Economics through Class Practices

How can I grasp Economics by attempting class practices?


There are many ways for students to undergo class practices to improve their study of Economics as they strive to excel at the examination. Mere reading can only aid studying to a limited extent. What’s important is to put the concept into writing which solidifies learning in students. Class practices enable students to assess applicability of concepts and evaluate significance of impacts which involves a high level of conceptual understanding. Thus, students are able to grasp Economics properly in the process of class practices when they seek to forge a link between Economics concepts and exam questions.

    1. Identify the types of examination questions

      Across the academic spectrum, Economics differs greatly in terms of examination requirements. For A Level H2 Economics, the examination can be categorised into Case Studies and Essay Questions, where both components hold equal weight of importance. In contrast, H1 Economics students are only required to answer the CSQ component. Such stark difference shows the difference in level of focus required for H1 and H2 students. H1 students have greater focus on data and trend analysis as well as source evaluation, while H2 students highlight on essay writing skills. For O Level Economics, there are multiple choice, data response and structured questions which indicates a more basic concept understanding from the students.

 

    1. Arrange the questions by topics

      After you have identified the different types of questions, you should sort the questions by separate chapters to facilitate productive revision. For example, you can start your Microeconomics revision by practising essay questions relating to the Theory of Demand and Supply. By focusing on the essay questions that test independent chapters, the process will strengthen your understanding of the economic concepts tested.

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