Why Most Students Struggle With Economics

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Adding on to what I shared in my video, some students just hate the subject. It’s difficult to learn something that you hate. But most of these students do not realise that they do not really hate the subject to the core. Instead, they are just hating on the process of learning it as a JC subject.

This subject has heavy content. But heavy content is not the only hurdle to overcome to get an A in JC Economics. A great deal of time has to be spent on training 2 other skills, application and time management. And many students do not realise that dealing with content is not the only battle that they have to fight until it is too late.

Economics is not a subject that is easy to tackle in the last minute.

Many students fail to clarify questions early on when learning concepts. As many Economics concepts are built on other more basic concepts, failure to iron out doubts early can easily cause students to feel lost in more advanced chapters.

Most students do not spend enough time refining the skill of writing good introductions, conclusions, and topic sentences for their arguments. Yet, these are essential in crafting a good answer.


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