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Complete Intermediate Macroeconomic Notes

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Very poorly run subject with a sub-par lecturer. Some tutorial questions throughout the semester have drawn on material not covered in lectures, and most provided solutions to tutorials and the sample exam fail to properly explain the content. e.g. For a question that says draw a graph, the provided solution is, verbatim, "draw graph". Similarly for a question that asks for a detailed explanation on why something is good or bad for the economy the provided solution simply says "Not good." Alternatively the solutions to some of the tutorial questions have been along the lines of "discussed in tutorial", simply ignoring the fact that we don't cover every question in the tutorials, or that students aren't always able to attend them (e.g. sickness) and that our notes from 8 weeks prior on a 30 second class discussion don't always make sense on its own. How are we supposed to learn anything if this course has essentially been set up for us to fail? Despite my tutor being good and having attended every single lecture and tutorial this semester, I have continually struggled to learn the material. I fail to understand how students are expected to learn in this environment, and I'm appalled to think that we are paying UTS for a course like this.

Anonymous, Autumn session, 2018

Useful concepts and models to help develop the base knowledge of macro economics model operation

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Good subject

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016