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I love this subject. Very interesting and challenging (in a good way). You get to learn the basic models and examples to apply in real situation.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Though the unit requires a bit of math, the only reason why I liked this subject was due to the lecturer- Andrew was amazing at explaining the content (as well as my tutor) and if you go to the class and do the tutorial work prior, it's a fun unit. The content builds on ECON1001 and might be challenging due to its 2 mid-semester exams and a final worth 50%.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

In isolation this unit is interesting and is a completely different take on micro compared to ECON1001. However, it was so utterly poorly taught: if you want to succeed, you'll need to teach yourself. It is quite mathsy but I managed to get an HD in the mid-sem having not done calculus maths in the HSC,

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

This unit is difficult and entirely theory-based. Personally, I hated it, and despite somehow scraping a distinction (even though I'm sure I failed the final), my advice is to put the effort in to ensure you don't have to repeat this subject. As somebody not particularly mathematically inclined (2U HSC Maths) I found the mathematics elements of this course challenging. This was not at all helped by the lecturer in the second half of the course, where tricky topics such as exchange economies were introduced, being utterly abysmal. The one bright spot was that the first lecturer (Hayley) was excellent.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Difficult course and poorly taught. No slides just jumbled illegible lecture scribbles. I managed to do well in the subject but not after many hours of hard work.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

This is a core unit for Economics majors and it's a pretty harsh unit if you're not at least at a comfortable 3U maths level. The lecturer goes through the slides quite fast as she expects everyone to be flawless with maths so naturally, a lot of students end up either dropping it or shaving years off their lives by continuing this subject. You've be warned, be ready to take this course seriously or you won't pass.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Very mathematical (mostly with optimisation). You learnt all the stuff that you study in Micro 1 but this time, focus on the math element. Strong knowledge of graphing & derivatives help immensely. The contents are not difficult to grasp since we encountered them before. However, knowing how to solve different types of problems is the key to doing well in this course.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015

Conceptually not terribly difficult. Although the sheer volume of content and the way they skim quickly through it will really bite you if you don't keep up from week to week (and that's a lot of damn work closer to the end of semester). Had one very good lecturer for the first half of semester and then one awful lecturer for the second half. Tutorials couldn't even nearly cover all the allotted questions and concepts in its 1 hour time frame. Despite all this, the course gives you a decent overview of some important microeconomic ideas. Bottom line is to keep up and be alert about what's being examined.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Loved this subject

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2014

This is a significant increase in difficulty from ECON1001. Most of the course revolves around maths, with lots of differentiation. The lecturers are really great though. They explained everything comprehensively. Tutorials were alright. Nevertheless, the exam was harder than the practice questions. It's recommended to get the textbook for this unit as doing tutorials alone may not be enough practice.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016