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H1 Introductory Microeconomics (ECON10004) notes

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✔ Ultimate H1 Summary Notes ✔ ECON10004: Introductory Microeconomics

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Comprehensive notes with exam tips (92)

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H1 ECON10004 Exam Notes

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Complete H1 Notes for Unimelb ECON10004 Introductory Microeconomics

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intro micro notes (2020 sem 2)

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Lecture notes and revision

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ECON10004 Intro Microeconomics H1 Complete Revision Notes

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High H1 Microeconomics notes (ECON10004)

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H1 Notes for Introductory Microeconomics

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I struggle with maths but this subject was really interesting regardless! As long as you put in the extra effort and keep up with the content, you can score high! Assignments were very difficult, but final exam was similar to practice exams. Make sure you understand everything as it is easy to misunderstand concepts.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

RLLY ENJOYED THIS SUBJECT i actually come from an Arts background, so choosing economics was VERY daunting. I was SO scared that I wont be able to do well. But it turns out alright! As long as you put in efforts, the content should be relatively easy to handle :))

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2020

Bit technical but not too technical, first yr unit. Fair bit of work and getting head around but honestly not too gnarly. Very h1able and the effort you put in will definitely be reflected in your result.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

It is an interesting subject and the concepts are easy to grasp. However if you have not done economics before, you must make sure that you understand the logic behind it. The subject will be easier to understand and remember then.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

very helpful lecturers and tutors, lots of past papers provided!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

Very easy to understand and grasp concepts despite not having any prior economics knowledge. The lecturer, Jonathan, was really engaging and explained the content really well. They cover a lot of content very quickly, but it's clear to see how each concept links with one another - the lecturer makes these links easy to make as well. I did this subject as a core for the BComm, but I would recommend others to do it as a breadth as it gives you a good foundation for economic knowledge that I think is valuable in the real world.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

Very well taught and easy to score well in if you attend the classes. Great breadth option for science students. Assignments were very straightforward and relatively harsh, but the exam makes up for it. Super straightforward and gives you every opportunity to score points. Strongly recommend!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

A well taught subject introducing basic concepts and fundamentals in microeconomics! Did this subject as a breadth and thoroughly enjoyed it- not too content heavy and easily manageable

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

A good introduction to microeconomics, especially from the perspective of someone who did not do it at a VCE level. A lot of content is covered, but at least for my semester, I felt that it was done in a way that was reasonably palatable, assuming you take the time to engage well with the course content and ask others about things you don't know (I had to do this quite frequently, whether this be with my friends or at consults). In Semester 1 this year there generally was a greater degree of quantitative backing to the concepts we learnt (something which separates the subject from VCE), and the exam was much harder than usual, which explained why it scaled ~10 marks depending on your score.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Eik is an engaging and interesting lecturer. The assignments seemed simple but were marked very harshly. The exam was more straightforward compared to semester 1. However, time management is very important and many people didn't finish the paper. I didn't have time to do 30 marks in the exam but was able to get H1 due to scaling.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019