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H1 MACROECONOMICS NOTES

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High H1 Macroeconomics Notes (ECON10003)

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Reviews

This is a fairly easy subject depending on the amount of effort you placed into it. Easy to understand with just couple of hours self-study per week to fully get the concepts before proceeding with the next theory the week after.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

As a person who is new to Macroeconomics, I found this subject quite interesting as it equipped me with tools to look at the economy from a different perspective. The things covered in this subject are quite different from in Introductory Microeconomics, so be prepared for that. As for the lectures, Lawrence is a great lecturer as he’s always well-prepared. However, I thought the information included in the lecture slides was lacking, i.e. it is difficult to make sense of the lecture content just by referring to the lecture slides, so I’d recommend to take notes during lectures and/or refer to the textbook at a minimum. For the final exam, do at least go through and understand all the exercises in the pre-tute and tutorial sheets as this really helped me with my final exam.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Hi this is a good subject but you have to make sure to understand the concepts in-depth to fully benefit from it!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Pretty interesting topics, with relatively easy concepts, making a H1 easily achievable. Lawrence was a fantastic lecturer, although there were a lot of complains about Nahid. Assessments were a bit too easy though, meaning they relied on scaling (in my case mostly due to silly mistakes), rather than providing a reasonable amount of challenging questions to separate cohort.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Be sure to understand the graphs and concepts behind it as well.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

The teaching in this semester (2017 sem 2) has been very frustrating. Explanations in lectures are lacking and if you have a question about the lectures and ask the online tutor they simply refer you to the lecture slide where the lacking explanation was given in the first place. Very much a self-help subject. Personally my tutor was not great, and not once have I heard them ask if anyone has any questions, which is telling because a lot of people have a lot of questions. That said, I know that there are some really good tutors within the subject who really care about people's learning.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Robert Dixon is a great lecturer. A little cranky but otherwise amazing. Very conceptual subject. If you start falling behind, you won't be able to understand the future lectures.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

favourite 1st year subject, best lecturer I have ever had. Especially if you are taking ECON10002 at the same time

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

My lecturer was really boring and didnt explain all the concepts properly. He kind of expected us to already know what was going on, and as someone who had no previous experience in econs, it was a huge struggle. There were too many readings and the exam was so difficult. Ask your tutor for questions and read the textbook like mad.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

Is not difficult to understand the concept even if you're new to this subject. Work hard and H2 is definitely not a problem.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016