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Students are required to study two major areas, namely Microeconomics and Macroeconomics. Within each area, there are sub-topics. For Microeconomics, students are required to study chapters, like Demand and Supply, Cost of Production and Market Structure. For Macroeconomics, students examine topics, like National Income Accounting, Aims of Government and International Trade.
In contrast to the H1 Economics syllabus, students are required to answer an essay section. The examination requires students to answer at least one essay question from the Microeconomics and Macroeconomics sections respectively. However, the recent examination trends reveal that these essay questions can involve the integration of knowledge from both fields.
H2 Economics students are required to answer two CSQs: one for the Microeconomics; another for Macroeconomics. Students have to apply their economics knowledge and information extraction techniques to answer the short and structured questions effectively. It is imperative for students to have strong time management skills to complete the questions within the time constraints.
Economics Focus conducts regular classes that are held on a weekly basis to develop a strong foundation in the Economics concepts. Our lessons feature topical re-teaching, such as Demand & Supply and Economic Indicators, and with a comprehensive list of Economic definitions to cater to their studying needs.
Students of Economics Focus will learn to interpret economic data and conduct trend analysis based on given data. For example, students learn how to conduct trend analysis, factor identification and impact analysis. Through sample case study questions, these skills will be developed in a progressive way.
Students will learn how to organise their essay writing in an effective way during the H2 Economics Tuition. For instance, we teach students how to set perspectives, outline writing and paragraph development. Also, there will be sample essay answers that serve as useful reference when doing self-review.
In contrast to other Humanities subjects, A Level Economics requires the use of diagrammatic illustrations to support the answers. Students learn how to draw economics diagrams to illustrate concepts such as sustainable economic growth and explain the changes within the diagrams systematically.
As the examination date approaches, Economics Focus will prepare students for these school- and national-level assessments. Our economics classes feature timed practices to impart students with the skills of fast-thinking and organised writing. Hence, students can adapt to the uncertainties of the
Students learn to examine economic issues by analysing underlying factors and elaborate on economics repercussions caused by a phenomenon or policy. Students are also introduced to multiple case studies to relate to their understanding of economic issues, thereby building onto their knowledge base.
Our students attain mastery in the application of Economics knowledge by honing their thinking and writing abilities which consists of extraction and interpretation of figures and data. These important skills are developed in students through drilling of practice essay and case study questions.
Students will receive close guidance and progress monitoring to overcome the learning setbacks in an effective way. Using our experience in the Economics field, we ensure an upkeep on academic standards in our students and allow a full grasp of Economics.