I have the AS level exam on Monday for AQA economics. I was wondering if there is a 100% probability that ONE of the 25 marker essay questions will be on a market failure?
And if you know your stuff, what do you predict could come up based upon previous exam papers?
All the best and I appreciate any reply
AQA AS level 2016 general question watch
- Thread Starter
- 11-05-2016 21:31
- 11-05-2016 22:19
if someone know their stuff they wouldn't be predicting questions. Usually it is market failure but sometimes it may not be mentioned in the question and you need to identify them. Best thing to do is just revise and don't rely on predictions. Good luck on Monday, I am sure it would be fine.Last edited by keynes24; 11-05-2016 at 22:23.
- 12-05-2016 07:58
Tips to score in paper 1:
1. Complete past year papers at least back to 5 years from now. Repeated questions are highly possible.
2. Understand the way examiner sets questions. Questions that are being set are highly similar. They will change the question but they still want to test on the same concepts.
3. For Micro, students are required to fully understand PPC, scarcity, how demand and supply curve shift, PED, YED, XED, consumer and producer surplus, function of money.
4. For Macro, students are required to fully understand inflation, unemployment, BOP, max and min price, social benefits and social costs, how fixed and floating exchange rate work, AD and AS.
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