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I am in my last year, I need to get at least a B and the last exam I did I got an E. I do flash cards, past papers and I check mark schemes to cross compare with what I’ve written and nothing helps. I simply don’t understand it. I’ve tried to ask my parents for a tutor but obviously that’s a lot of money. I really struggle so any advice would be helpful
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As a fellow Economics student, I'd say mainly focus on getting down the basic key terms and being able to use them in the exam question context. And one thing our teacher always emphasises is analysing the extent of a consequence, if that makes sense, particularly in longer Qs.
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