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are d packs from zigzag education any gud???
Yeah some stuff in their is worth a look
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Do you know what's needed to an a* for economics?
I can't find the 90ums score conversion on their website anywhere
Thanks!
Actually depends on grade boundaries, for the Jan exam 50/60 = 96%
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Actually depends on grade boundaries, for the Jan exam 50/60 = 96%
96 UMS?
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96 UMS?
Look here:
http://www.ocr.org.uk/download/admin...l_raw_mark.pdf
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anyone do question 3?

part a - i did the backwards bending labour supply curve, then explained the income and substitution effect...wasn't really sure where to go from there so kind of rambled. anyone know what else you can put?

part b - started talking about how non-pecuniary benefits affect the supply of labour and then other factors that affect it such as: mobility of labour, pecuniary, length of training etc..then summarised by saying that it did affect it but not as much as some other things...still think i didnt do enough for it though


also q1 was a bit of a weird one..it asked for the difference between normal and abnormal profit..what did people put???

i just said normal was achieved when AC=AR as AC includes normal profit and that abnormal profit was achieved when AC<AR as it includes the normal profit and extra...is that right?
yeah, I did that question aswell. The first part I had run out of things to say in like the first page! It was just income/substituion effect with backwards bending supply curve. so I just waffled a lot using examples of differences between individuals and opportunity costs.
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any one know what real and nominal convergance means???
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I've never heard of the. is it for unit 4?!?
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i only know real and nominal IR =)) =))
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