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    A-Level Tuition Singapore/H2 Economics Tuition?Economics Tutor

    Please post your A-Level Economics/JC Economics questions here.

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    #1013

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    Ecomonics Tuition Singapore/A-Level Economics/Economics Tutor

    Markets vs Government

    The whole H2 syllabus can be divided into two major themes which cut across the study of Mico and Micro-Economics.

    A) Markets (Micro)
    b) Role of Government (Micro-Marco)

    Mastering these two themes will help you to excel in economics

    Role or the Government can be divided 4 major economic goals.

    Growth – Macro Role
    Efficiency – Micro Role
    Equity – Micro Role
    Stability – Macro Role

    Call 9863 9633 for detail discussion

    #1108

    What is the difference between shares and bonds?

    #1117

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    Hi Jeremy

    The owner of stock shares of a business is a part owner of that business. The value of the stock can increase or decrease depending on the success or failure of the business, and a share of profits may be distributed to the shareholders.

    A bond is an interest-bearing certificate sold by businesses and governments to raise money. The buyer of the bond can collect interest payments or sell the bond to someone else. The value of a bond depends partially on the success of the business that issued it.

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    #1227

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    A-Level Economics Tuition Singapore/H2/H1 Economics Tuition

    Hi All A-Level Economics Tuition Students, please post your questions
    to Ms Jaslene Tan.

    Testimonial by one of her student, private candidate Chris

    Upon graduating from Polytechnic, I was interested in getting an A-Level certificate which was the criterion for a placement in an overseas college. As a private candidate with no experience of studying in a Junior College, Ms Tan was my main source of support in helping me to understand the abstract concepts of Economics. Gratefully, after home tuition of one year with Ms Tan, I attained an A for my Economics. Thank you so much Ms Tan.

    #1263

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    A-Level Economics Tuition Singapore/H2/H1/JC Economics Tuition

    We are pleased to inform that J2 H2 Economics Tuition will start on 24 Mar Saturday at 1 pm to 3 pm by our dedicating and motivating tutor Ms Jaslene Tan. Her track record 80% of her students score A and the rest B.

    From A-Level Tuition Singapore @ Kovan Admin

    #1442

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    A-Level Economics Tuition Singapore/H2/H1/JC Economics Tuition

    We are pleased to inform that J2 H1 Economics Tuition will start on 7 Apr Saturday at 7.30 pm to 9.30 pm by our dedicating and very experienced tutor Ryan Goh. He has coached many students to obtain distinction in A level examinations. Call 98639633 NOW!

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    #1505

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    Hi All A-Level Economics Tuition Students, please post your questions
    to Ryan Goh

    Testimonials

    By Lynnette from SRJC 2011:

    Hi Ryan, thank you for helping me turn my econs H2 from U to A! I have never scored more than 8 out of 25 in my essays and by my mid year exams, I was able to score an average of 17/25!

    By Amy from VJC 2011:

    Hi Ryan, I have topped my class very frequently by using your method of S.R.J.C. Not only was i able to follow all my lectures and tutorials more consistently, I grew a passion for this subject and eventually decided to pursue a degree in economics in SMU.

    #1570

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    June Revision by Ryan

    Course Objective:

    To impart essay and case study answering techniques over the course of 6 lessons, 3 hours each. Students will acquire the important skills of answering questions with the correct Scope, Rigor, Judgment and Context.

    Course Focus:

    The course will cover the entire macroeconomics syllabus under the H1 syllabus for 2012 GCE A Level Examination set by Cambridge in collaboration with MOE. The exclusive focus on solely macroeconomics is due to the inter-connectedness of all the chapters under macroeconomics, and students are required to have a broad understanding of all topics before they can be adequately prepared to answer a macroeconomics question fully.

    Lesson Sequence and Materials:

    Students in this course will not necessary revise the concepts in the order in which the topics were taught in schools. Instead, challenging essays and case studies would be given every lesson to help students perfect their answering techniques during actual examinations.
    If the students request, additional notes will be provided to help students understand the topics better.
    Throughout the crash course, we will complete a total of 6 to 10 case studies and 6 to 10 essays that spans all key topics and ideas in macroeconomics.

    A-Level Economics Tuition Singapore – Admin

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    S.R.J.C Method for eassy writting

    Please be informed that sample of eassy writting using S.R.J.C method is posted in the Economics Resources

    From A-Level Economics Tuition Singapore Admin

    #1807

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    Please be inform that on 15 June Friday 9am to 12pm, Marco revision on H1 Economics

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    #1924

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    Please practice the papers from the following JCs
    2011 CJC
    2011 RIJC
    2011 HCI
    2011 JJC
    2011 TJC
    2011 MJC

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    #2559

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    New class!
    J2 Economics class for 2013 students will start on 15th Dec 2012 Saturday 7.30pm to 9.30pm

    Call 98639633 or 96790479 to register

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    #2641

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    Hi All A-Level Economics Tuition Students

    Jan and Feb 2013 Lesson Outlines

    Lesson 1 and 2 : Market Structure

    Students will spend two lessons in learning the characteristics, behavior and various economic and social outcomes produced by various firms in the market. Throughout the two lessons, we will make references to well known companies in order to bridge classroom concepts to actual real world applications.

    Lesson 3 and 4 : Key Economic Indicators

    Students will spend two lessons in learning how to measure national income, inflation rate, unemployment rate and the balance of payments, using real data. Students will be engaged in recent developments in politics and economics, such as the Global Financial Crisis, Fiscal Cliff and Debt Ceiling. Explicit references will be made to major events of our time, in order to help students bridge routine classroom concepts to the real world.

    Lesson 5 to 8 : How the macroeconomy works

    Having understood the measures of the various economic indicators, students will spend three lessons in learning what determines national income, unemployment, inflation and BOP deficit. We begin with two important models: Aggregate Demand-Aggregate Supply and Income-Expenditure Approach. Using these approaches, we will look at what determines the inner workings of an economy and various economic problems frequently mentioned on news are created or solved.

    In all lessons, there will be ample case materials and essays provided to assist students in applying concepts acquired to real examination questions.

    Cheers
    A Level Tutor – Ryan

    #2674

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    Hi All A-Level Economics Tuition Students

    J1 H2 Economics will start on 28 Jan Monday at 7pm to 9pm

    From A Level Economics Admin

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