Well i am completely ****ed for this economics exam, been taught nothing throughout the whole year and now i wish i dropped it at the time i could of. I know pretty much nothing, i've only learnt how to draw the externalities graph the other day. What do you think if i write a little note to the examiner, briefly explaining my circumstances (made another thread about this a while back- read that), would i get disqualified, tbh if i did i wouldnt really care much, im going to get a U either way.
If anyone has some AQA AS economic knowledge on Externalities, Monopolies or The housing market, would appreciate it greatly if you could explain those concepts in terms of a 25 mark question.
Going to fail this exam watch
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Last edited by usycool1; 11-05-2015 at 00:06.
- 10-05-2015 22:48
- 10-05-2015 23:01
just quickly skim through the book and learn basic terms and super basic theories and fundamental concepts, just enough to enable you to scrape an E, then maybe you can get a few UCAS points out of it at least, who even knows what could happen, Happened to me once, i was in the same situation and literally guessed through everything and it turned out to be an easy exam paper and I just scraped through, you really never know.Last edited by MimiRuby; 10-05-2015 at 23:02.
- 10-05-2015 23:04
Try your hardest, wake up early in the morning and cram it's the best you can do. Could be a fairly simple exam paper - just try your best.