emilyfields101
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i'm deciding on my a levels at the moment and i'm really undecided about economics. the board my school does is edexcel and i was wondering what it is like to study economics. is it really hard? and how do you revise for it?
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I've just completed AS Economics (I did AQA not Edexcel btw) and even though it was challenging, I still enjoyed it. There's a lot of essays, the MCQs are pretty hard and you need basic Maths knowledge for calculation questions. When it comes to revising I recommend practicing past exam questions (specially the MCQs which only become easier with practice), learning key definitions/terms as well as watching youtube videos which cover content and exam technique ( EconplusDal is a really good channel). Good luck
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