CONDENSED REVISION CLASSES
SCHEDULE BELOW IS FOR JC 1 STUDENTS GOING ON TO JC2 IN 2021 (STUDENTS MAY PICK AND CHOOSE THE COURSES APPLICABLE TO THEM)
Demand and Supply – key answer structures relating to questions on impact on a market (tested 9 times in past 10 A Level examinations) will be covered. Students can expect application skills to be significantly strengthened after going through Mr Koh’s answering frameworks.
23 Nov 20 (Mon): 9:30 am to 11:30 am
Market Structures (H2 only) – making sense of the chapter and predicting exam questions through a Features; Behaviour and Performance perspective. Key essay structures will be imparted. Dynamic question types such as “strategies that a firm can adopt to deal with an adverse event” and key answering techniques will be shared. This is not an easy chapter to understand. The lesson with Mr Koh promises that students will gain clarity and confidence in answering Market Structure questions.
24 Nov 20 (Tue): 9:30 am to 11:30 am
Market Failure – traditionally seen as one of the more straightforward topics, until the recent change in syllabus. Students will gain exposure to decision-making question types and evaluation templates to power up their market failure scores.
25 Nov 20 (Wed): 9:30 am to 11:30 am
National Income – students will learn Mr Koh’s intuitive framework – the DIRCO approach that equips students with 14 points to scoring in questions on standards of living (popular exam topic). Given that case study extracts relate to mainly macro data on an economy’s performance, CSQ skills specific to this topic will be imparted. Writing structures for questions involving multiplier (when to invoke full multiplier) and the Circular Flow of Income will also be imparted. Do not underestimate the importance of this topic.
30 Nov 20 (Mon): 9:30 am to 11:30 am
Macro Goals and Policies – The largest macro topic in the syllabus. HCI, NYJC and VJC students would have achieved partial coverage of this topic in their first year. Through distilling syllabus content into the themes as follows: (i) Causes; (ii) Consequences; (iii) Cures; (iv) Conflicts; (v) Context, students will acquire a structured and application-friendly approach to mastering this topic. Important essay structures and revision exercises will be shared to help students write more effectively for P1 and P2 essays.
1 Dec 20 (Tue): 9:30 am to 11:30 am
*Interested students who are unable to make it for the above dates can contact Mr Koh directly to make arrangements. A separate class can be arranged if the numbers are available.
Rates indicated are on a per session basis
$90 per session or sign up with a friend to enjoy promotional rates of $80 each (payment for both students has to be made together)
*All new students signing up for the crash courses will be given complimentary copies of Mr Koh’s guidebooks (worth $26).