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Hey, I'm currently in year 13 and will be sitting the 3 papers for ocr economics in June. However, I'm not entirely sure the exams will be set out, like how many papers are we doing, what topics are in each etc.The new exams have only taken place last year and I haven't seen the past paper for it yet.

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I'm also in yr 13 doing the OCR economics exams. There will be 3 papers, one in Microeconomics, one in Macroeconomics and then the third paper is called themes in economics which is macro and micro combined. There are really useful specification sample materials on the ocr website check out this link http://www.ocr.org.uk/qualifications...15/assessment/
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(Original post by RiRi_97)
I'm also in yr 13 doing the OCR economics exams. There will be 3 papers, one in Microeconomics, one in Macroeconomics and then the third paper is called themes in economics which is macro and micro combined. There are really useful specification sample materials on the ocr website check out this link http://www.ocr.org.uk/qualifications...15/assessment/
Hey thank you for the reply and for the link, I was looking at the old spec and have noticed that for micro, the two topics in the exam were ''The economics of work and leisure'' and ''Markets in action'', whereas for macro it was ''The global context'' and ''The national and international economy''. Do these still apply for the new spec? Are we just now basically doing both micro topics in one paper and both macro in another paper, as well as the themes paper?

Also, how are you going about revising for econ leading up to the june exams?
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