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im such an idiot. ive been revising the economics content but ive been using this other resource thats not detailed enough and i only just realised it lacks detail from past papers. i realised that the book "economics edexcel a 2015 specification" by hodder education has everything. Is it too late to cram and get an A using the book or am i done for
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im such an idiot. ive been revising the economics content but ive been using this other resource thats not detailed enough and i only just realised it lacks detail from past papers. i realised that the book "economics edexcel a 2015 specification" by hodder education has everything. Is it too late to cram and get an A using the book or am i done for
Cramming obviously isn't ideal, but there's no reason why you can't continue to work on the concepts you aren't as strong on. We can't say or predict whether you'll get an A without knowing how much you already understand, your exam technique, the effectiveness of your revision etc.
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If it makes you feel any better I only started revising properly on Friday. Feeling fairly confident though ... all the concepts are quite simple but seeing as this is the last paper they will be doing on this specification I have a feeling it's going to be a very tough exam. All the best!
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im such an idiot.
Surprise, surprise
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Surprise, surprise
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if this is for tommorows exam, i recommend focusing on question 6-e and 6-f/g. Revise gov intervention, market failure (diagrams etc.) Use econplusdal on Youtube, he explains everything really clearly in short videos.
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if this is for tommorows exam, i recommend focusing on question 6-e and 6-f/g. Revise gov intervention, market failure (diagrams etc.) Use econplusdal on Youtube, he explains everything really clearly in short videos.
will do, cheers
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Just because you don't have the most detailed textbook or notes, does not mean you cannot get the A grade. They are testing your ability to apply your knowledge more than anything Infact I used a very simply revision guide for my economics last year and found I understood better just make sure you know about market failure / gov int / gov fail and your definitions!
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