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Hi,

Currently stressing about starting A2 economics course. My school doesn't have great resources to access on virtual learning platforms or moodles that I hear other schools have. Is anyone willing to share their login details so I can access Economics resources from other schools? Happy to email back some good revision guides that our teacher has produced.

Any help greatly appreciated.

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Sir Munawar Ghazi, the most renowned teacher of A level Economics in Karachi, Pakistan. If you guys want to purchase his notes. then PM me. I'm Selling them at a cheap price. Here are the samples so that you guy could get an idea about the notes. Price is negotiable.

I will buy your notes for AS.
I am willing to pay 7 USD for them. ( AS only )
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I will buy your notes for AS.
I am willing to pay 7 USD for them. ( AS only )
Sure, you can PM me for further details
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A2 more snaps. If you guys really need an A* then go through these notes.
Only 130 pages..
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Your notes are good but here are a few notes for people who can't afford to pay.........
Credits - tutor2u.com
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What about AS? I am self-teaching myself this year and could really do with suggestions on notes and resources
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http://beta.tutor2u.net/economics/bl...s-and-glossary

Here is Unit 1
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Here are a few additional ones for Unit 1, I hope karma rewards me hehehe

http://econsguide.blogspot.hk/2011/1...or-unit-1.html
http://www.cram.com/flashcards/edexc...unit-1-2747809

My favourite and easy to print ...
https://quizlet.com/12184984/economi...s-flash-cards/
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Sure, you can PM me for further details
Never mind mate. I found quite a few online that are free and match your quality of notes (which is very good), but the more important part is they are non-rivalrous and non-excludable in consumption, just like public goods. Right, sir?
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What about AS? I am self-teaching myself this year and could really do with suggestions on notes and resources

http://beta.tutor2u.net/economics/bl...-term-glossary
http://econsguide.blogspot.hk/2011/1...-managing.html
http://www.cram.com/flashcards/edexc...itions-4753540


These really sum it all up for Unit 2. I will send more if you want them.
I suggest you read WSJ, the Economist and TIME or anything to broaden your horizon for Unit 2 too.
And of course, read the British perspective from the Guardian and Huff.
I have posted resources for Unit 1 above.
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Never mind mate. I found quite a few online that are free and match your quality of notes (which is very good), but the more important part is they are non-rivalrous and non-excludable in consumption, just like public goods. Right, sir?
That matches quality notes online on INTERNET? Wow mate!
As I said your choice
If you guys can rely on internet then, why teachers are here?
Quality matters the most.
If you find Internet better (which I don't think it is) then sure you can download and study from internet junk notes
There is no issue for me. Cause I hawe a page on facebook and I'we sold these notes to many students.

Cheers!
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Secondly they're detailed notes
with proper explanation with examples and graphs
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You might be a good teacher in Karachi but I don't think anyone can match Geoff Riley's notes. (who is a teacher at Eton College, mind you). One doesn't need good notes to learn, one needs the passion to learn.
Look at this guy, he won the javelin competition by just watching YouTube videos.

http://www.businessinsider.com/juliu...youtube-2015-8

I may not be the best student but if you proclaim to be a student of the best and renowned educator, why not answer the question on non-rivalry?
Clearly you care less about Economics and more about converting Sterling pounds into Pakistani rupees.
No hard feelings from my side but your notes are the same thing as the ones I have given, because you clearly didn't even open the link and read them.
They too, have (not hawe) 'proper explanation with examples and graphs'.
Cheers
P.S. Not hating bro, just stating.
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(Original post by geetu123)
You might be a good teacher in Karachi but I don't think anyone can match Geoff Riley's notes. (who is a teacher at Eton College, mind you). One doesn't need good notes to learn, one needs the passion to learn.
Look at this guy, he won the javelin competition by just watching YouTube videos.

http://www.businessinsider.com/juliu...youtube-2015-8

I may not be the best student but if you proclaim to be a student of the best and renowned educator, why not answer the question on non-rivalry?
Clearly you care less about Economics and more about converting Sterling pounds into Pakistani rupees.
No hard feelings from my side but your notes are the same thing as the ones I have given, because you clearly didn't even open the link and read them.
They too, have (not hawe) 'proper explanation with examples and graphs'.
Cheers
P.S. Not hating bro, just stating.
I'm not a teacher.
I'm his student.
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You might be a good teacher in Karachi but I don't think anyone can match Geoff Riley's notes. (who is a teacher at Eton College, mind you). One doesn't need good notes to learn, one needs the passion to learn.
Look at this guy, he won the javelin competition by just watching YouTube videos.

http://www.businessinsider.com/juliu...youtube-2015-8

I may not be the best student but if you proclaim to be a student of the best and renowned educator, why not answer the question on non-rivalry?
Clearly you care less about Economics and more about converting Sterling pounds into Pakistani rupees.
No hard feelings from my side but your notes are the same thing as the ones I have given, because you clearly didn't even open the link and read them.
They too, have (not hawe) 'proper explanation with examples and graphs'.
Cheers
P.S. Not hating bro, just stating.
I got an A* in Economics
You can't compare someone with anyone.
If that's the case. if internet notes are free and all then I'd hawe learned from them. but I beliewe Internet notes are junk. No offence. Reality is there.
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(Original post by geetu123)
You might be a good teacher in Karachi but I don't think anyone can match Geoff Riley's notes. (who is a teacher at Eton College, mind you). One doesn't need good notes to learn, one needs the passion to learn.
Look at this guy, he won the javelin competition by just watching YouTube videos.

http://www.businessinsider.com/juliu...youtube-2015-8

I may not be the best student but if you proclaim to be a student of the best and renowned educator, why not answer the question on non-rivalry?
Clearly you care less about Economics and more about converting Sterling pounds into Pakistani rupees.
No hard feelings from my side but your notes are the same thing as the ones I have given, because you clearly didn't even open the link and read them.
They too, have (not hawe) 'proper explanation with examples and graphs'.
Cheers
P.S. Not hating bro, just stating.
bro, you liwe your life on assumptions!
It's shear luck what you'we mentioned.
Ewen bill gates failed his exam. and now what? he is the CEO.
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Lastly, I'd say they're paid notes.
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Never mind mate. I found quite a few online that are free and match your quality of notes (which is very good), but the more important part is they are non-rivalrous and non-excludable in consumption, just like public goods. Right, sir?
Yeah but public goods lead to market failure (missing markets) as noone wants to pay for the good

Economics jokes aside, i would say be VERY careful which sources you get your content from as some websites have very small errors which can ruin your whole analysis chain when it comes to the exam.

I would recommend Economicshelp.org it has 90% of the AS/A2 content and it simplifies everything
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Yeah but public goods lead to market failure (missing markets) as noone wants to pay for the good

Economics jokes aside, i would say be VERY careful which sources you get your content from as some websites have very small errors which can ruin your whole analysis chain when it comes to the exam.

I would recommend Economicshelp.org it has 90% of the AS/A2 content and it simplifies everything
Mate can I ask you something?
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Mate can I ask you something?
Go for it
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