- Paperback: 80 pages
- Publisher: Philip Allan (24 Feb. 2012)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1444147889
- ISBN-13: 978-1444147889
- Product Dimensions: 19 x 0.6 x 24.5 cm
- Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
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Edexcel A2 Economics Student Unit Guide New Edition: Unit 3 Business Economics and Economic Efficiency Paperback – 24 Feb 2012
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Perfect for revision, these guides explain the unit requirements, summarise the content and include specimen questions with graded answers.
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Marwan Mikdadi teaches economics at Bancroft's School in Essex. Rachel Cole teaches economics at Cheltenham Ladies' College and has written several books and economics articles for A-level.
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I can say with all confidence this is a good book, I used it in my Jan A2 exam and got an A. What more can you want.
Note, this book does not contain everything you need for a really good grade, it is a summary book, and needs to be used with other sources of info, however it is written by the chief examiner for Edexcel economics, so you can garuntee it's all useful stuff.
The book contains sections on how best to revise (including a basic revision timetable), a section on what you need to know (everything clearly written, well explained and full of useful tips), and an example answers section (past candidates answers to show you how to and not-to answer exam questions).
All in all - highly recommended, along with all other books in this collection.
Surprisingly less than half of this book is actually content revision, the remainder being exam practice. It makes sense however since Unit 3 doesn't have too much content and there is a lot of 'overlap' between topics (very easy to transition between topics, all inter-related).
However, I would argue it is not an exhaustive student book and should really only be used for revision purposes and exam practice (i.e. not learning stuff for the first time)
My only warning with these kinds of guides though is that they do NOT cover everything within the course so you may find some depth of knowledge or certain (small) topics missing depending on how your course was taught. These books are just an overview.