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For the new As economic syllabus - how are you guys revising?
How much revision have you done in economics and what are you doing?

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I think the best way is to use the specification and make sure you know everything and use it like a checklist as it has everything that you will be tested on.
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I think the best way is to use the specification and make sure you know everything and use it like a checklist as it has everything that you will be tested on.
Sounds good, thanks!
are you doing past papers yet or saving them for closer to the time?
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Sounds good, thanks!
are you doing past papers yet or saving them for closer to the time?
Haven't started past papers yet will probably start as soon as I finish all my notes, and what's your exam board?


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I found technocrat notes helpful for as level economics

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For the new As economic syllabus - how are you guys revising?
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For the new As economic syllabus - how are you guys revising?
How much revision have you done in economics and what are you doing?

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Hey there,

check out this economics website, it's not geared specifically to the new syllabus but it may be of some use to you :

www.petragrade.com
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Sounds good, thanks!
are you doing past papers yet or saving them for closer to the time?
edexcel, and you?
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I found technocrat notes helpful for as level economics
awesome! thanks a lot
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Is Economics a hard subject for AS level? I heard its a really fun subject and easy as well


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Is Economics a hard subject for AS level? I heard its a really fun subject and easy as well


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hmm, to be honest, if you are not intrested in ecnonomics then it may not be fun, as the way its taught it can come off as really boring and a long lesson, however it is not hard as long as you don't fall behind and make notes from DAY ONE, seriously I made the mistake of slacking and it took me quite a while to get back on track, and I wish i started earlier.
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hmm, to be honest, if you are not intrested in ecnonomics then it may not be fun, as the way its taught it can come off as really boring and a long lesson, however it is not hard as long as you don't fall behind and make notes from DAY ONE, seriously I made the mistake of slacking and it took me quite a while to get back on track, and I wish i started earlier.
I have a genuine interest and am really excited to start learning it in college this year!


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I have a genuine interest and am really excited to start learning it in college this year!


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Am sure you will do fine then , I would recommend that after you finish your GCSEs to start revising just a little bit to get a head start


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Am sure you will do fine then , I would recommend that after you finish your GCSEs to start revising just a little bit to get a head start


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Ahaha yh want to do that. But I don't want to use the wring exam board textbook!


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I have a genuine interest and am really excited to start learning it in college this year!


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Same here, I can't wait to begin studying a subject I have a genuine interest in.



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The only thing that's confusing is that since there's no past papers it's going to be hard to practice.
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The only thing that's confusing is that since there's no past papers it's going to be hard to practice.
Why arent there past papers?


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Why arent there past papers?


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It's a new specification so there wouldn't be any past papers.
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It's a new specification so there wouldn't be any past papers.
Oh no! I thought they only changed when we're doing our exam. I didn't know they changed the specification!


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