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Great Intro to the Subject
Requires Lots of Research
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
To assist the candidate in the mastery of the subject, the explanation of questions is devoid of any economics jargon – the language used in explaining concepts is as simple and practical as possible, and with a view to enabling candidates to easily articulate economic issues.
• Meaning and scope of economics • The methodology of economics and its basic concepts • Economic description and analysis • Economic goals and problems • Scarcity, choice, opportunity cost and production possibility frontiers and curves • Economic systems • Specialization and exchange
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The purpose of this part is to enable a candidate appreciate the scope required in responding to specific questions in an examination context. It also demonstrates the variety of questions and the probable layout of the expected examination paper. The way questions have been arranged (in each topic) is not in absolute disregard for consistency but rather with a deliberate view to avoiding monotony while maintaining the necessary state of mental activity during revision