We usually do not focus on past A Level questions in our JC A Level Economics tuition lessons.
This is because we have observed that the A Level questions have varied very significantly over the years and examiners have been very creative, perhaps, rightly so.
Therefore, we take a forward approach, predicting potential questions rather than practising past year questions (till death!). This is a strategy that has worked extremely well!
Nevertheless, over the years, some students refer to A Level Economics Essay Questions and Answers referred to them by their teachers or purchased off the shelves. Some are mistaken that those are official answers and thus the "gospel truth".
That is unfortunately untrue!
Disturbed by many answers that students have brought up to consult Mr Hong on, he decided to produce answers for selected essays. A sample is provided here.
If you are keen to know Mr Hong's answers to any question, feel free to contact us with the request.
2018 Singapore Cambridge A Level H2 Economics Essay Question 1
2019 Singapore Cambridge A Level H2 Economics Essay Question 2
These are samples of what Mr Hong provides to his students. School teachers who wish to use these materials can submit a request to Mr Hong. You may also wish to check out our IB Economics & JC A Level Economics Model Essays publications here. Do feel free to also sample our JC A Level Economics Notes JC A Level Economics Videos, JC A Level Economics Definitions.
Students can also request for Mr Hong's answers to any past A Level Economics question.
And by the way, did you know that Mr Hong has been scarily accurate in spotting A Level Economics Questions?
You will find students mentioning that in their testimonials. No wonder 80-90% score As!
And based on the LATEST 2022 Singapore A Level H2 Economics examination questions, we spotted more than 50% of the questions!!!
Paper 1 Case Studies
Case Study 1:
ai) & aii) Demand Supply question. SPOT-ON & went through such questions with students just 2 weeks before the exams.
b) Govt Budget. Did not spot this but frequently covered such questions in weekly lessons.
c) Real interest rate and implications. Did not spot this but covered such questions in weekly lessons.
d) E/R changes and consequences. Did not spot this but covered many such questions in weekly lessons.
e) Fiscal Policy and Unemployment. SPOT-ON!
Case Study 2:
a) Productivity. SPOT-ON!
b) Firm Behaviour. SPOT-ON!
c) Opportunity Cost. Did not spot this but often covered such question in weekly lessons.
d) Innovation and impact on economy. SPOT-ON!
e) Negative Externalities / Car Market/ Electric Car. SPOT-ON!
f) Dynamic Comparative Advantage. SPOT-ON!
Paper 2: Essays
1a) On Firm Objectives. SPOT-ON!
1b) On Firm Strategies. SPOT-ON!
2a&b) Impacts of GST hike. Did not spot this but covered such questions in weekly lessons.
3a&b) Public Goods and Externalities including Policies. SPOT-ON for Public Goods. Did not spot externalities but done tonnes of that in weekly lessons.
4a)&b) Types of Unemployment & Macro Policies. SPOT-ON!
5a) Why Singapore does not use interest rates policy. Did not spot this but just reminded students of the reasons about 1 week before exams!
b) How other countries interest rate changes can affect Singapore. Did not spot this but did similar question in weekly lessons.
6a) Pros & Cons of Globalisation to Singapore. Partially Spot-On and certainly did such questions in weekly lessons.
6b) Macro Policies in light of globalisation. Partially Spot-On and did a couple of very similar questions during weekly lessons.
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