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    Im really good at Macro but struggle with the multiple choice questions. Micro economics is very hard since I don't understand the knowledge behind it and how to apply to exam questions.
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    I sometimes don't understand it the way it's presented in class and the notes I'd already made. For stuff I don't understand I usually check out websites for the specific theory/topic I'm confused about. I usually just google the question and am able to see the same stuff but explained in a different way which I find is sometimes super helpful. Next up I usually do past paper questions based on the specific topics, and also look at the marking schemes for them, to see if they've explained it differently.

    Not the most helpful advice I know, but hope it's some help
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    Graphs.

    I think you can draw graphs for pretty much everything.

    Until you get 2nd year uni and it gets very mathematical (or not, depending on your uni and course).
 
 
 

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