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    When I started started learning Economics at Sixth Form I was told I was “not an economist” and was predicted to fail.


    I couldn’t get anything right …. Then I joined TSR :cool:

    Over the past few years, TSR economists have given me great advice to even the most stupid questions I asked.

    They didn't even mind when I used the fat controller emoji!

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    In return, I decided to take a gap year and spent 7 months after my A-level exams building a new website, designed specifically for A-level economists:

    http://www.petragrade.com

    The website server is powered by wind turbines in Denmark so if the website doesn't respond straight away, try refreshing the page a few times and it should work!

    If you find any errors please let me know or if you have any ideas for the website I would be happy to hear them.


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    (Original post by BC95)

    When I started started learning Economics at Sixth Form I was told I was “not an economist” and was predicted to fail.


    I couldn’t get anything right …. Then I joined TSR :cool:

    Over the past few years, TSR economists have given me great advice to even the most stupid questions I asked.

    They didn't even mind when I used the fat controller emoji!

    Spoiler:
    Show
    :fatcontroller:


    In return, I decided to take a gap year and spent 7 months after my A-level exams building a new website, designed specifically for A-level economists:

    http://www.petragrade.com

    The website server is powered by wind turbines in Denmark so if the website doesn't respond straight away, try refreshing the page a few times and it should work!

    If you find any errors please let me know or if you have any ideas for the website I would be happy to hear them.


    All there is left to say is...

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    Hey,

    I'm self-teaching myself Edexcel Economics. The website looks great! Nice work
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    (Original post by jake4198)
    Hey,

    I'm self-teaching myself Edexcel Economics. The website looks great! Nice work
    Thanks so much my friend, good luck with the Economics.

    Hopefully you will find something on the website useful!
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    Thank you for this, looks really useful!
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    Amazing website. Definitely recommend it! Will help you achieve the grade you want if you work hard and use it well. I mean who doesn't want an A?
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    This is so sweet of you! Thanks a bunch
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    As a fellow graduate of A level Economics, this is great and earns my seal of approval.
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    Going for an A* in Economics this year despite pursuing a Chemistry degree next year (lol), this website should help
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    (Original post by Abdul-Karim)
    As a fellow graduate of A level Economics, this is great and earns my seal of approval.
    Abdul I'm glad to have your approval

    Are you at uni then?
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    Bravo!
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    (Original post by Dylann)
    Going for an A* in Economics this year despite pursuing a Chemistry degree next year (lol), this website should help
    Dylann I hope you get that A*!

    Which uni are you looking at?
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    Really good, just make sure you also cover exam technique and strategies.

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    (Original post by BC95)

    When I started started learning Economics at Sixth Form I was told I was “not an economist” and was predicted to fail.


    I couldn’t get anything right …. Then I joined TSR :cool:

    Over the past few years, TSR economists have given me great advice to even the most stupid questions I asked.

    They didn't even mind when I used the fat controller emoji!

    Spoiler:
    Show
    :fatcontroller:


    In return, I decided to take a gap year and spent 7 months after my A-level exams building a new website, designed specifically for A-level economists:

    http://www.petragrade.com

    The website server is powered by wind turbines in Denmark so if the website doesn't respond straight away, try refreshing the page a few times and it should work!

    If you find any errors please let me know or if you have any ideas for the website I would be happy to hear them.


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    YOU ARE A GOD.

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    (Original post by BC95)

    When I started started learning Economics at Sixth Form I was told I was “not an economist” and was predicted to fail.


    I couldn’t get anything right …. Then I joined TSR :cool:

    Over the past few years, TSR economists have given me great advice to even the most stupid questions I asked.

    They didn't even mind when I used the fat controller emoji!

    Spoiler:
    Show
    :fatcontroller:


    In return, I decided to take a gap year and spent 7 months after my A-level exams building a new website, designed specifically for A-level economists:

    http://www.petragrade.com

    The website server is powered by wind turbines in Denmark so if the website doesn't respond straight away, try refreshing the page a few times and it should work!

    If you find any errors please let me know or if you have any ideas for the website I would be happy to hear them.


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    Aww thank you so much! I'm a current year 12 and I really appreciate your help
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    (Original post by Pulse.)
    Really good, just make sure you also cover exam technique and strategies.

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    Thanks for the kind words ,

    Do you think I should dedicate a whole page to exam technique or just a section on each page?
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    just had a look and has pretty much all my AQA stuff.
    was wondering what boards syllabus did you bad this on?

    really cool thing to do, thanks.
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    Do you know any similar websites for Maths? GCSE to A level stages.
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    (Original post by whydoidothis?)
    just had a look and has pretty much all my AQA stuff.
    was wondering what boards syllabus did you bad this on?

    really cool thing to do, thanks.
    I appreciate the good feedback .

    The website is modelled on the AQA syllabus but as I update the notes I intend to integrate more from other boards.

    Watch this space!
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    YOU ARE A GOD.

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    I take it you like the website?
 
 
 
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