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    Good luck to all taking this extra cheeky exam
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    Lol ocr
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    Fairly challenging exam but one I am sure everyone here could handle. 18 marker was terrifyingly vague but definitely overcomeable, tho some of the interest rate questions/current account ones were difficult
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    (Original post by Tilling)
    Fairly challenging exam but one I am sure everyone here could handle. 18 marker was terrifyingly vague but definitely overcomeable, tho some of the interest rate questions/current account ones were difficult
    Fairly....
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    never seen a one mark question before!!!
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    What were people;s points for the essay? And also what figures did people get for the calculation, and did people write appreciation or depreciation for the japanese yen question
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    I've just realised I read the wrong lines for the question about the policies...
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    What did everyone for the expected increase in the UK's Real GDP by the end of 2013? I got 2.6%
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    (Original post by alicec11)
    What were people;s points for the essay? And also what figures did people get for the calculation, and did people write appreciation or depreciation for the japanese yen question
    I can't remember my figures but I wrote appreciation
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    (Original post by alicec11)
    What were people;s points for the essay? And also what figures did people get for the calculation, and did people write appreciation or depreciation for the japanese yen question
    I wrote down depreciation. There was approx. a 43% decrease, wbu?
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    (Original post by Zeebaybz)
    I can't remember my figures but I wrote appreciation
    Oh phew thank goodness I wrote depreciation at first but then changed to appreciation )
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    Also, what did everyone write for the reduction in unemployment benefits and how it will increase unemployment? I mentioned that a reduction in unemployment-related benefits is likely to reduce consumption, less supply is required in order to sustain the reduced level of output. As a result, this will mean that firms lay off workers - increased unemployment.
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    What did y'all say for the analyse why a reduction in benefits may increase unemployment?
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    (Original post by Economelia)
    Also, what did everyone write for the reduction in unemployment benefits and how it will increase unemployment? I mentioned that a reduction in unemployment-related benefits is likely to reduce consumption, less supply is required in order to sustain the reduced level of output. As a result, this will mean that firms lay off workers - increased unemployment.
    Smarttttttttttt I messed this question up
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    (Original post by Economelia)
    Also, what did everyone write for the reduction in unemployment benefits and how it will increase unemployment? I mentioned that a reduction in unemployment-related benefits is likely to reduce consumption, less supply is required in order to sustain the reduced level of output. As a result, this will mean that firms lay off workers - increased unemployment.
    Thats what I wrote as well, did you need to evaluate it cause I didnt
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    (Original post by Zeebaybz)
    Smarttttttttttt I messed this question up
    Same.
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    (Original post by alicec11)
    Thats what I wrote as well, did you need to evaluate it cause I didnt
    I didn't evaluate it as I believe the question was worded 'Explain' or 'Analyse', one of the two!
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    Which did you guys find harder? F581 or F582

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    Okay guys, as before I've made a Google Docs page for the Unofficial Mark-scheme. The link is below, please click on it and request access, and I will let you in. For now, please only request access to help remember the questions and collaborate, and the mark scheme will be published later in the day!

    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1...it?usp=sharing
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    what did u guys wrote for the question analyse why u/e may increase with reduction in u/e benefits?
 
 
 
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