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Matthew Smith is a good lecturer who explains the concepts well. However, his reluctance to upload ANY practice papers really made the unit unnecessarily hard. The unit is quite boring as well, but I feel like you have to learn this stuff one way or another.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Very useful subject for economics in macro field. Can be challenging due to heavy work load.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Boring and challenging.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Easy subject. Follows on from 1002 quite well. Practice doing essay type responses emphasising quality>quantity.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

If your lecturer is Matthew Smith then consider yourself very lucky. His exams are very theoretical and conceptual. Exams are essay based. However if you have another lecturer be prepared to be drowned with very hard maths and a high likelihood of failure ESP if you struggled in first year macro and micro. Unit experience highly dependent on the lecturer you get

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Denny and Aryusha did not do a great layout of the course. Majority of the course was multiple choice. Which is a terrible way of testing students. The midsem was 30% all MC, 20% quiz and the final exam 23 MC questions worth 1.52% each, leaving the short answers only worth 15%. MC does not allow the student to apply any of the knowledge they have learnt. It is a shame that a core subject is laid out this way. Teaching is about learning, not about setting students up for failure.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Loved this subject

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015

Matthew Smith has been a good lecturer so far. He's very knowledgeable and willing to help students. The tutor is very good and is trying really hard to make us understand the content, which can be quite challenging at times. Overall, it's a course worth doing.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Matthew Smith may be boring and monotonous, but his lecture notes are great. The content of this unit is also very comprehensive for macroeconomics in general and will give you a solid understanding of the 'larger picture'. Nevertheless, this unit is very content heavy and will overwhelm you if not enough effort is given. Essays are also a challenge in that you must comprehensively understand the topics in order to score.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

I found this subject to not be overly challenging in terms of content, but very very content heavy. Lecturer's were both good and obviously knew the topics well, and tutor's were ok but often didn't finish the questions in time, which is a problem as tute answers weren't uploaded online so you could only get them from the tutor. The key to success in this course is to nail the essays - both in the mid sem and the assignment - as they will set you up well for the final. I would have enjoyed this subject way more if it had one less topic - 8 full topics in the final is absolute murder to study.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016