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Anonymous, Spring session, 2016

The subject is only scratching the surface of what Economics has to say to the general public. Lecturers have very different levels of understanding. Spark up your curiosity to understand the big economic picture or else you'll suffer through severely.

Anonymous, Spring session, 2017

the subject itself itself is not tough, you just need a lot of practice. however, the slides and curriculum designed by the staff are very confusing, many important parts are not explained in depth, be aware that you have a lot of self study to do

Anonymous, Summer session, 2018

EFM is a compressed course since it covers both Micro-economics and Macro-economics in one semester. Indeed, back in my undergraduate degree, Micro- and macro-economics were each covered entirely in one semester. So with EFM, you're covering a variety of new topics, just scratch the surface and don't have to worry too much about the underlying technical mathematics. The bottom line: too many topics (which are related to each other) at once can confuse your mind a bit if you don't keep pace with the lectures. Also, this subject may be daunting for those not familiar with graphs and some basic algebra. By the way, sometimes the course is reversed, i.e. they teach macro-economics, and then micro-economics after the semester break. This is what I don't recommend to the university.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014