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Econs1102 Exam Notes (SIMPLE)

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Reviews

While Elisa is a passionate educator, I found the content absolutely boring. The theories are extremely simple and decontextualised from the real world. For example, the unit doesn’t acknowlege how colonisation has influenced wealth inequality between countries, how humans are not economically rational beings and how resources are not infinite! Unit is easy but I would have rather studied a unit that was intellectually stimulating and difficult.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2021

This unit was relatively better than ECON1101 having the lectures being a lot more engaging. For those that did Economics ATAR in high school, the course was very similar except there is a little bit more maths involved and a few of the economical concepts being different as compared to high school. Despite this, the unit is a particularly safe HD for those that did Economics ATAR. I would say that the course would be harder if you didn't have the economics background in high school as there was quite a lot being covered in the lectures. The assignment consisted of a research element whereby you were to research the economic state of various countries. This was the lowest I scored in the course and felt that the marking was quite subjective to who is marking your assignment. Despite this, if you know the content well, the exams would be easy with the unit covering a decent chunk of the material said in lectures.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2020

I agree with everyone here who praises Elisa as a lecturer. She is not the best but is definitely way above average for a UWA lecturer. She knows what she is teaching and is very passionate about macroeconomics. Her lectures are all very engaging and although some bits can be confusing, I still find them very helpful. Overall, I spent the least amount of effort on this unit compared to my other units despite not being an economics student as I simply took this as an elective. The exam was very similar to the mock and 98% of it can be found in the lectures and tutorials, which made the exam very manageable in my opinion. I ended up with 82% in my final exam and 85% on my final mark. My tutor, Harsha, is also really good at teaching and gives fair marks for assessments. There is almost no downside to taking this unit. I would highly recommend it.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2020

Under Elisa this unit is pretty easy if you like economics. Her lecture slides are basically a complete set of notes (and she reads off them). She is very friendly and approachable and makes herself available for weekly consults if you need help. The 2000 word individual essay is just applying what you've learnt to a country, which is very straightforward as the content is highly applicable to the real world. Exams are easy - focus your time on understanding the main concepts (e.g. Keynes, AD-AS for the final) and on what she tells you to study for in the last lecture. I would do micro 1101 first though to help you wrap your head around the supply and demand diagrams - a guy in my tute went in with no econs background and found it hard.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Such an interesting unit! Did not expect to enjoy this as much as ECON1101 but Elisa proved me wrong. She is exceptional at explaining all macroeconomic concepts and made me love the unit even more as she is so passionate. Mid-sem was fairly easy and straight forward except for a few MCQ which you had to really think about. Final exam was also quite easy - most questions were very predictable, no surprises there. If you regularly study and keep on top of all the theories, this unit will be a breeze!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Easy unit, lectures not necessary to attend/watch - its simply lecturer reading off ppt slides. even easier if u did econs in year 11/12.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Easy unit. Easy to understand. Final exam is straightforward and nothing is trying to trick you. Easy HD if you do regular study for this unit.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Unit is not necessarily extremely hard, but lecturer was super boring and the format of lectures and assessments made it more difficult and frustrating than it should have been.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Don't bother watching the lectures - it's just reading from the powerpoint/textbook. No need to purchase textbook as lecturer uploads all relevant info.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Pretty easy subject with no tricks in the final exam

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014