Economics is tough.
Make no mistake about that.
Students often think that it is just about writing – like in “A” level GP exams.
But it requires very rigorous theoretical foundations, that are in fact often based on Mathematics.
Unlike Math or Science exams, a huge dose of flexibility is required to answering increasingly creative and tricky questions, and under extreme exam time pressure.
There is no wrong answer?
I hear that often about Economics for “A” levels, as a tutor. And that’s incorrect.
It is more accurate to say that “some answers have been proven to be more right than others”.
Certainly, this has been the case through the years I have been teaching Economics. Otherwise, why would the exam failure rate for Economics in schools be so high?
Learn Economics with me.
My name is Nelson.
Starting as an “A” level student studying the subject in 2005, I have been in constant touch with the subject, earning my BSc. degree in Economics from NUS, and teaching the subject as a tutor continuously from 2010.
Dealing with Economics as a subject with ease is more than learning concepts, or even mere effective application. It’s about loving the subject wholeheartedly and staying curious about it.
My students have benefitted from my wealth of experience in teaching this subject, and from the cumulative experiences of the dos and don’ts from each successive batch of students I have taught.
All of these have also come together in my special set of notes, which I provide to my students for free here, and assessment books that I buy for them to use during lessons.
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