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    Was wondering if someone could give some good advice for this.

    Basically I didn't take EC210 in 2nd year (did FM212 instead), so I'll be taking Macro Principles in 3rd year, but this also means my choices for the 2nd Econ paper are very limited - effectively I have to choose between EC313 and EC319 (although please feel free to correct me if I'm wrong)

    I initially put down EC319 as I seemed to struggle with the industry questions in EC201, but I'm having second thoughts about that now, as apparently EC319 is extremely tough.

    Any advice as to which is the more approachable/easier course?

    P.S. also complicating matters is the fact that we've been told EC319 might not run this year anyway


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