• The key to doing well in Economics is actually
technique. It is an open secret, but students find it hard
to develop the skills necessary for them to score. The
techniques involved are numerous, and they come
together for you to be fully prepared for any
examination that comes your way. Here are the
techniques you will need and will be equipped with at
• You need to read case studies and essay questions, quickly
and accurately. After all, there is only that much time during
an exam and there is no time to lose. This may sound easy
but is actually more challenging than you think. We will help
you cut down on reading time but increase your accuracy.
Know what to look out for and you will be done getting the
information you need in less time, leaving you with more to
craft a better answer.
• While Economics is not linguistically driven, writing
skills are still imperative for your answer to be fluent.
You will be presenting an argument after all so you
need your ideas to flow and your answer to be coherent.
You need to learn how to structure your paragraphs so
that you can present an impressive answer.
• Coming up with original, well-thought out answers that are not
regurgitated from notes is a great challenge. Students are
impeded by their habit of memorizing answers and repeating
their answers wholesale from the lecture notes, without
thinking of the question. Analyzing the question and the issue
is what you need in order to bring your answer to the next level
in both your case studies and essays.