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I love this subject and I think it makes you understand macroeconomics pretty well for a starter

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

A steep learning curve from Intro Micro. If you are taking this as a breadth, make sure that you provide adequate time to try all the tutorial questions and stay up-to-date with lecture materials as things can get out of hand quite easily. (If you have Graham well good luck).

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Poorly taught subject in every aspect, with a superfluous exam that is loosely structured, especially with the marking scheme. Therefore, you will find that learning and excelling in the subject will be complicated, difficult, and somewhat impossible unless you really dedicate 40 hours a week studying for it and nothing else. (Despite that macroeconomics should be a truly interesting and enjoyable subject to learn!) For those who didn't do economics in high school, you may need to do more than 40 hours to study... unless the lecturer changes.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

This is not an easy subject. The content is quite interesting, but there are issues with how it is delivered. The lectures are a bit too fast, and the lecture slides are really more the support notes for the lecture, and not are not really used much by the lecturer. Reading the lecture slides and/or textbook and going to every tutorial is a must if you want to understand this subject. That being said, I think the value of tutorials depends quite a bit on which tutor you have, but for me I found it to be the most useful part of the subject. You'll find there isn't THAT much memorisation, so long as you understand what's actually going on (but there are still definitions that you need to know for concepts that you don't actually use). Overall, I wouldn't recommend this subject unless you WANT to do economics later on (or if you have to do it). Probably not a good idea for breadth unless you want to do second year economics.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

The lecturer was not good at all, he seems more interested in making snide comments about women, international students and china in general than actually making and effort to make his lectures comprehensible.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015
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