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The topics not featured in the H1 Economics syllabus include International Trade, Balance of Payment, Foreign Exchange and Globalisation. This change signifies a renewed focus on local economics issues and the multitude of impacts on Singapore.
The removal of the essay writing segment indicates that SEAB wants greater emphasis on data analysis and source examination. As such, students are required to answer two sets of case study questions (CSQs), which features more short answer and extended questions.
Our regular lessons conducted on a weekly basis. This is to ensure that they are prepared adequately in the understanding of economics concepts and theories. The lessons will be in topical format, meaning that the content taught in class will be organised into different chapters, like Demand and Supply, Market Failures, and Aims of
As the H1 economics examination requires extensive application of answering skills, the lessons are oriented towards the study of economics issues. This means that the classes feature discussion of case studies via the use of various techniques, like trend analysis, use of comparative statements, and evaluation of economics-related
Economics Focus conducts intensive revision classes to consolidate the learning of different chapters, so that students are better prepared for their tests and examinations. For JC1 students, the revision classes are geared towards preparation for Promotional Examinations. For JC2 students, the lessons will develop their skill sets to be ready for the A Level Economics examinations.
Students will receive JC Economics notes that are arranged in topical format. Students can pick out the economics terms that should be used in the answers. Also, tutors conduct classes that value-add the revision sessions, seen in terms of the timed practice sessions that simulate examination conditions.
As a student of Economics Focus, there is the availability of guidance from JC Economics Tutor Simon Ng, who possesses vast teaching experience and knowledge in the Economics field. Students can review their answering approach with the tutor to identify areas of improvement to improve their quality of answers.
Students can engage in class discussions to promote opinion development and reflective thinking. By featuring real world case studies, students are trained to apply their economics concepts to practice questions. Then, there will be class practices to ensure that knowledge application is reviewed in the written form.