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Hey guys I'm fairly new to this site, and decided to make another thread(?) on this. How do people study/revise a level economics? Do you guys use sites, textbooks quizes? I'm going to be doing my exam with the Wjec exam board. Any feedback is greatly appreciated!
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i often make detailed notes on definitions and diagrams, evaluation points i could perhaps use in a potential exam question. i look at how to answer different exam questions by understanding the structure. if i don't understand anything i look in the textbook to relearn it.
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i often make detailed notes on definitions and diagrams, evaluation points i could perhaps use in a potential exam question. i look at how to answer different exam questions by understanding the structure. if i don't understand anything i look in the textbook to relearn it.
If you don't mind me asking, what textbook are you using? I really need one, but I'm not sure which one to get since wjec doesn't make their own economic book
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Try this website: http://www.economicshelp.org/economics-a-z/
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Tr the WJEC website to see if they list any books. If not, the Alain Anderton Economics book is pretty good and is written for a range of exam boards. You can also try searching for books, that are written for your specification, on Amazon.
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(Original post by PsychoFriend)
Hey guys I'm fairly new to this site, and decided to make another thread(?) on this. How do people study/revise a level economics? Do you guys use sites, textbooks quizes? I'm going to be doing my exam with the Wjec exam board. Any feedback is greatly appreciated!
Revision style is a matter of personal preference. What works for me may not work for you (I usually use the Cornell note-taking method, with some online research at home)! I would recommend trying out different revision methods (note-taking, post-its, mind-maps, audio/visual etc.) and finding one which is most effective for you and using that.
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