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Reviews

Difficult in terms of math. Need to know the theory and math to do well. However, if you spend a lot of time understanding keysian theory (graphs & equation), it shouldn't be too bad

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Unstructured and lecturers are incompetent requiring you to read the entire textbook to understand anything. The lecture slides do not help and the tutorial problems are not helpful at all as they are basic and limited.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Seems slightly jumbled up. As if they are half way through transitioning it into a decent course. Midsems were shit but other parts were fine

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Very practical but mathematical. Exam is all MCQ but so def practice weekly online quizzes.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2011

Only reason the subject earns 3 stars is because of the content. Extremely interesting concepts are taught in the course. If you did HSC Economics you will love it, as it is basically a massive extension of the year 12 syllabus, giving you a deeper look at some of the things you just touch the surface of in year 12. Unfortunately, the course structure does not meet the same standards as the content. I found most tutorials to be useless, half the tutorial Qs set did not match the content taught that week during the lectures. Final exam was far too long, whilst the online practice quizzes provided had half their answers incorrect.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

One of those hit or miss courses, like I personally still got a HD, but from what I've been told around 20% of the cohort failed. Also it was poorly structured in my opinion, as we had tutorial hand ins and some tutors marked way easier than mine, which was quite unfair!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2014

I had heard that the course during the semester was badly structured - however, I decided I would take it in summer school and found that it was better than the microeconomics course I did during semester 1. Macroeconomics shouldn't necessarily be difficult, however, the way they structured the course during the academic year could use some improvements as I found myself constantly confused when learning concepts. I relied heavily on the textbook, but found the exam extremely hard. During the summer semester however, the course was better structured and eventually I attained a distinction as I was able to understand the course better.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Badly structured course. I found tutorials essentially pointless and a lot of content had to be self taught. Extremely more maths based than ECON1101. If maths isn't your strong point or interest, i would reconsider taking the subject.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

macro is alot worse than micro 1. Alot more maths and equations, and more content. The tutorial worksheets were also not very good at helping revise the content, and the tutors barely ever explain/go over concepts. They just give you the worksheet each week and make you do them. Micro 1 had a assignment system that was far better in terms of learning concepts. Overall not very good.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

ECON1102 is certainly a fair jump from its microeconomic counterpart. There is a much greater mathematics component, and is less conceptual than ECON1101. Despite the fact that this course was more challenging, it serves as a great foundation for students who wish to pursue an economics major. The lecturer and tutors were a bit lacklustre, but the course content is quite valuable.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2013