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    Has anyone had feedback from their teachers suggesting what they see grade boundaries being for F581?
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    (Original post by P Conomics)
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/knd2slzz5x...0F582.pdf?dl=0


    I highly doubt you'll need to label a diagram of the circular flow in the exam, since I don't believe I've ever seen them ask a question like that. However, you'll need to know what it is and be able to explain it (i.e. definition, injections and leakages/withdrawals, multiplier effect due to the marginal propensity to consume etc.).


    Income isn't a leakage... the one you're missing is imports (M).


    They aren't in the OCR textbook, which means that they're probably unlikely to come up as the same people who write the exam write the textbook.
    Yeah I meant imports haha, brain dead


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    It's 100% impossible to predict F582. Hardly anything ever repeats.
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    Any predictions for the essay? or anything?
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    Just do last exam questions, all the papers are very similar


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    (Original post by tinkerbella~)
    I'm in hospital at the moment, should be home tomorrow so I'll send it then
    Would you mind sending me last years F584?
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    (Original post by N1shu)
    Would you mind sending me last years F584?
    I'll PM you
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    Anyone know how special consideration works for the OCR exams? I've been really ill recently, and I know I won't be doing well in the exam tomorrow, so was just wondering if anyone who has special consideration knows anything about it, or anyone else for that matter? Thanks
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    (Original post by Kitty260)
    Any predictions for the essay? or anything?
    G economics has said either monetary policy or exchange rate

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1F_ZTsQVgnU


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GxhrrhEQT6Y
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    (Original post by SilverHorsey)
    Anyone know how special consideration works for the OCR exams? I've been really ill recently, and I know I won't be doing well in the exam tomorrow, so was just wondering if anyone who has special consideration knows anything about it, or anyone else for that matter? Thanks
    I don't think they care at all sadly
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    We are going to get a hard 18 marker, they said in the last examiners reports that most students found it accessible. Prepare for something complex.
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    (Original post by Pato1)
    I don't think they care at all sadly
    oh
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    ive heard it could be protectionism i mean its never come up
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    (Original post by man i)
    ive heard it could be protectionism i mean its never come up
    Maybe something like 'Discuss the effectiveness of Protectionist measures in achieving economic growth' though it may be too F585 ish...
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    (Original post by Pato1)
    Maybe something like 'Discuss the effectiveness of Protectionist measures in achieving economic growth' though it may be too F585 ish...
    tbf we could start making a few plans for it if you want we've got a few going hours
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    Protectionism is A2, they can't put that on an AS paper


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    (Original post by mihaf)
    what is income redistribution and economic stability definitions?
    Actually, having checked the specification, I take back what I said about not needing to learn them. Although they aren't definitions per se in the textbook, using the textbook content provided on the two topics, the definitions would probably be as follows:
    Income redistribution: Transferring some income from the rich to the poor in order to ensure everyone has access to basic necessities and/or to correct what is seen as an inequitable distribution of income.
    Economic stability: An objective of government economic policy which consists of avoiding significant fluctuations in the economy, reducing periods of 'boom and bust'.
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    Can someone quickly tell me the positives and negatives of the LFS and Claimant count as a measure of unemployment?
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    Anyone know what supply side policies are?!
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    (Original post by Pato1)
    Can someone quickly tell me the positives and negatives of the LFS and Claimant count as a measure of unemployment?
    CC
    + easy to obtain, just no. of people claming Jsa
    + updated monthly so its current
    - can be manipulated by the govt. E.g. increase sch leaving age to 19 to look like unemp is falling
    - excludes those looking for work but cannot claim jsa

    LFS
    + Thought to be more accurate
    + Internationally agreed measure
    - The sample may be unrepresentitive to the population
    - Expensive to collect data
    - Less up to date
 
 
 

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