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Economics Revision

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    Okay so I'm taking economics A-level this year and have been doing it for nearlly three years now, but I still find it a very difficult subject to revise, I was just wondering how economics students on here studied?

    I know everyone has there own ways a preferences but I was just looking for some ideas, like I know you can revise key terms etc but is this the best way to go about it? Do you make countless notes or just read the books? It's not like maths or physics where you can easily pick out weak points you need to work on or structure your revision so that you make sure you cover all sections of the course. So yeah any ideas or way you like to revise for economics would be helpful because I need to do a little better in this exam if I want that A :woo:
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    Diagrams!

    There is a revision guide call Economics through Diagrams. its very good.

    just make sure you understand how to draw diagrams. once you know that and you draw it you can waffle the rest.
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    (Original post by danny111)
    Diagrams!

    There is a revision guide call Economics through Diagrams. its very good.

    just make sure you understand how to draw diagrams. once you know that and you draw it you can waffle the rest.
    Okay nice one, cheers I'll try that out

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