Economics Tuition Bukit Timah – Exam Tips

March20, 2019
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Economics Tuition Bukit Timah – Exam Tips

Examination Perspectives for students (Economics tuition bukit timah programme) – International Economics Instead of asking students to weigh the benefits of trade against protectionism (which usually requires a discussion of the Theory of Comparative Advantage and other gains from trade against the

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March20, 2019
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Addnl Notes – Bukit Timah Economics Tuition

For students of Mr Koh’s Bukit Timah Economics Tuition Programme – as an Economics tutor, I emphasise the need for students to understand dynamic analysis in different economic concepts e.g. why CA changes, how different events affect firm profitability, or how market structures can change over time

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March6, 2019
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Economics Tutor Mr Koh – Capturing Context in Questions

As an Economics tutor, while I would like to train students to be able to attempt all sorts of Economics questions, it is also important for students to pick the right questions in the examination. Specifically, they should select questions with a ‘rehearsed’ scope and avoid those where the answer n

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March6, 2019
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H2 Economics tuition – Case Study Tips

Students in my H2 economics tuition session are encouraged not to overwrite to “gain assurance” for low-weightage questions and instead to pay more attention to the mark allocation. Often, students underperform in CSQs not due to the loss of 1 or 2 marks in the intermediate questions, but due to the

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March14, 2018
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Economics Tuition Students – Chapter Preview

Consolidated below are excerpts of Economics tutor Mr Koh’s chapter-specific previews for Microeconomics. The main aim is to help Economics tuition students gain a better understanding of what each topic entails, and the key skills required of Economics students.   Demand and Supply The essence

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March14, 2018
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Economics Tutor Mr Koh’s reflections

I enjoy writing. What sets me apart from many writers is the fact that I am not a spontaneous writer. I do not conjure up writing pieces in my head and pen them down like most Economics writers do. This is the same reason why as an Economics tutor, I do not maintain an online blog.   In fact, I

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March14, 2018
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Economics Tuition – A Risk Based Approach

The risk-based element means that resources are directed towards areas which carry the greatest weight in Economics tuition students’ ‘A’ Level examinations – hence the higher ‘risk’ associated with them.   As a result, Mr Koh’s Economics tuition classes have chosen to focus on the skills invol

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March14, 2018
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Economics Tuition Bukit Timah – Writing Good Topic Sentences

For students under Economics tuition Bukit Timah: Once you have developed your introduction for your Economics essay, the next step is to write your topic sentences. These are usually the first few sentences in a paragraph, and their purpose is to SUMMARISE the point being made in that specific para

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March14, 2018
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Bukit Timah Economics Tutor – Writing Styles

Apart from understanding the structure and the essential components of an essay, the writing style is important for A Level Economics essays as well. Bukit Timah Economics Tutor Mr Koh follows a PAF framework which stands for Precision, Accuracy and Focus. Precision – this means writing in short, si

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March14, 2018
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Summary of Essay Writing Skills for Economics tuition students

Many Economics tuition students face two common fears in essay-writing – running out of time or writing out of point. The application of Mr Koh’s essay writing framework should give Economics tuition students a good sense of how to deal with these problems.   To recap:   “Time is running o

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