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I have to choose subjects for A Level, and Economics is really shouting out to me. I'm really good at maths and it's seems interesting to me. Are there any Economics students out there that take Economics? What type of things do you learn? How is it assessed? Is it enjoyable?
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I currently study A Level Economics, and it's one of the best things I've ever done, I mean it's so engaging and the content you can relate a lot to in life. But I suppose it does have some impact on what the teacher is like, but if they're passionate, then strap in for a brilliant course with fantastic opportunities
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I study A level Economics and I really enjoy it.
For Edexcel:
Theme 1: Introduction to markets and market failure. covering topics such as PED, Indirect taxes, market failure, government intervention
Theme 2: The UK economy - performance and policies, covering topics such as AD, AS, economic growth, macroeconomic objectives
Theme 3: Business behaviour and the labour market, covering topics such as: business growth, market structures and the labour market
Theme 4: A global perspective, covering topics such as: international economics, poverty and inequality and the financial sector
My course is assessed through 3 exam papers.
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(Original post by kizza17)
I study A level Economics and I really enjoy it.
For Edexcel:
Theme 1: Introduction to markets and market failure. covering topics such as PED, Indirect taxes, market failure, government intervention
Theme 2: The UK economy - performance and policies, covering topics such as AD, AS, economic growth, macroeconomic objectives
Theme 3: Business behaviour and the labour market, covering topics such as: business growth, market structures and the labour market
Theme 4: A global perspective, covering topics such as: international economics, poverty and inequality and the financial sector
My course is assessed through 3 exam papers.
Would you say that Economics works well with History, Maths and Further Maths
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