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    How did you find the exam? i thought it was very easy.

    i picked the tea one, the waste disposal and i cant even remember what the other was about.
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    (Original post by ram)
    How did you find the exam? i thought it was very easy.

    i picked the tea one, the waste disposal and i cant even remember what the other was about.
    hey yeh it was easier than past papers! I too did the tea one for mod 1, then for mod 2 (which was last? :confused: ) I did the higher education one and for mod 3 I did the one about unemployment/ labour productivity/suppy side policies etc etc; all the questions were so similar to things I'd done on past papers. I was very impressed with module 3 paper (lol glossy AND colour pictures ) the question I found hardest was interpretting (on mod 3) the question about UK labour force output or something and the effect on the current account on the balance of payments...that confused me a bit!
    but other than that it was all good
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    haha yea, the unit 3 one had colour!! edexcel must have had a surplus of funds


    i remember now, i did the following questions:

    Unit 1: Tea
    Unit 2: Waste disposal
    Unit3: supplyside/labour


    The only mistake i think i made was labeling the supply of labour curve AS instead of LRAS - do u think that will lose me a mark?
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    (Original post by ram)
    haha yea, the unit 3 one had colour!! edexcel must have had a surplus of funds


    i remember now, i did the following questions:

    Unit 1: Tea
    Unit 2: Waste disposal
    Unit3: supplyside/labour


    The only mistake i think i made was labeling the supply of labour curve AS instead of LRAS - do u think that will lose me a mark?
    lol no! it'll be fine! what model were you using?
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    i was showing how the use of supplyside policies would expand the supply to the right i.e. increase real output
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    nah I meant what kind of LRAS curve, (ie keynesian, monetarist etc)
 
 
 
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