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    Mar 22, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    This class was tough.

    Course Overview:

    Economics is definitely a class I would highly recommend to anyone because of all the great life and business skills you essentially gain from simply participating in the class. This class teaches you about real-life scenarios about the business world and truly allows you to become more aware of our economy and how it works. Without this class, I sincerely believe that I would be graduating from high school less prepared than I am today.

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    Just by taking Economics, I was able to gain a much more thorough and better understanding of how our economy functions as a whole and got the opportunity to obtain skills and knowledge that will be essential in order to succeed in the business world. This class presented real-life scenarios and tools which I can now use in order to improve and prepare myself for life after high school.

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    9-11 hours

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    The key to succeeding in Economics is simply pay attention in class and try to apply yourself by truly understanding and studying the material instead of just learning it for the class. It would be such a disservice to only learn the material for due assignments instead of gearing it towards self-improvement for when you get out into the real world after schooling.

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