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Microeconomics Exam Notes

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Reviews

Great unit got an HD. Adnan is a great tutor and his style made the tutorials very interesting. Inga, although may not seem to be explaining some concepts very explicitly, she is actually excellent if you listen carefully and study the textbook deeply. Some concepts might be based on Australian high school concepts which I have never learnt before so international students may find it hard to learn at first. Textbook is great resource, also tutorials are important.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

Unit was fairly easy one you got the hang of the diagrams and explanations to go with them. However I didn't like the fact that there was hardly any practise questions for the mid sem and final exam, and the unit coordinator Inga could take a while to reply to questions on the discussion board, or would give very vague answers. If you watch all the lectures and keep up with tute questions you should still be fine.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Interesting, well-run unit. Andrew Williams is a great lecture and explained everything well. The group assignment (20%) was easy, the mid-sem (25%) was fairly straightforward and the final (40%) was doable also. The weekly quizzes (15%) were useful in getting you to keep up with the unit, my only gripe was that there were sometimes quiz questions that were covered in the textbook but not in the lectures.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Really interesting unit.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

It is an interesting unit but there is a lot of assessments given and you need to be on top of every single week. Content can sometimes be challenging/ confusing.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

This made it a lot easier: https://www.studocu.com/en/course/university-of-western-australia/microeconomics-prices-and-markets/229197

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Easy, especially if you did econs in high school but otherwise it's pretty logical to follow. Requires some effort due to weekly quizzes

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Slightly advantageous if you've done economics in year 11 & 12. First half of the semester should be easy and then the second half of the semester is when you start learning new topics. No past exams given out, only a few practice exams were given but they were helpful anyway The unit is very organised and always kept me working (e.g. weekly quizzes and tutorial questions which are both assessed) so the things I've learnt each week stayed fresh in my mind unlike other units where you can slack off and cram last minute.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Andrew taught this unit through a combination of face to face lectures and separate online video lectures.The video lectures used specific questions and helped foster a deeper understanding of the course.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Unit is fairly easy but I don't like how the online quizzes are timed :'( Do a bit of reading from the textbook bc there's questions in the quizzes that weren't in the lecture notes, and make acquaintances with people in your tute because you're gonna have to work with them in the group assignment ;P

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016