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One to One A-level Economics

Course Overview

One to one tuition is a great way to take control of your learning. A key benefit is students are able to decide what topics and skills to focus on, students have  greater control and influence over the pace of lessons and the learning outcomes.

Key features of one to one lessons in A-level Economics 

- Create a learning plan, the first lesson is used to agree a learning plan for key exam papers and to sign post any gaps in student’s knowledge

- Create revision checklists for each exam paper

  • - Assess the student’s existing ability by review exam questions in Microeconomics and Macroeconomics
  • - Identifying future assessment dates to check for progress towards targeted outcomes
  • - Communicating the students’ progress to parents/guardians/ carers at set intervals
  • - Marking mock exams, homework and essay responses in microeconomics and macroeconomics
  • - Assist students with assignments and academic work set externally
  • - Assist students with preparation for university interview to study economics
  • - Assist students with writing UCAS personal statements for economics

What are the Prerequisites?


The exam skills course is most suited to students who have completed the AS portion of their A-level course, this course is aimed at students  in their final year of A-levels. The aim of these sessions is to equip student with effective exam stratgeies and practice opporunity, our core focus is to review a broad range of exam questions and to provide students an opportunity for feeback on practice assessment. 

One to one A-level Economics covers the following exam boards and curriculum content

Key Features



AQA offers a comprehensive A-Level Economics curriculum that covers both microeconomics and macroeconomics.
The curriculum focuses on developing students' understanding of economic theories, concepts, and their application to real-world scenarios.
AQA places emphasis on evaluating economic models, analysing data, and making informed judgments.
The assessment includes written exams that test knowledge, understanding, and application of economic principles.

Microeconomic topics specific to AQA include: Creative Destruction and Absolute and relative Poverty, Creative destruction

Macroeconomic topics specific to AQA include: Financial Market Failure



CIE (Cambridge International Examinations):
CIE's A-Level Economics curriculum is designed to provide students with a global perspective on economics.
The curriculum covers topics such as markets, market failure, national income, inflation, and international trade.
CIE encourages critical thinking, problem-solving, and the ability to analyse economic issues from different perspectives.

Microeconomic topics specific to CIE include: Indifference curve analysis and budget lines

Macroeconomic topics specific to CIE include: Economic development and sustainable growth 



OCR (Oxford, Cambridge and RSA Examinations):
OCR's A-Level Economics curriculum focuses on developing students' understanding of economic theories and concepts.
The curriculum covers microeconomics, macroeconomics, and global economics.
OCR emphasizes the application of economic theory to real-world situations and encourages critical analysis and evaluation.

Microeconomic topics specific to OCR include: Business Growth

Macroeconomic topics specific to OCR include:  Financial Markets and Financial market failure



Edexcel's A-Level Economics curriculum aims to develop students' understanding of economic principles and their application.
The curriculum covers microeconomics, macroeconomics, and international economics.
Edexcel focuses on developing analytical and evaluative skills, as well as the ability to apply economic theory to real-world scenarios.

Microeconomic topics specific to Edexcel include: Business growth

Macroeconomic topics specific to Edexcel include: Economic Development, Absolute and Relative Poverty

It's important to note that while there may be similarities in the topics covered, each exam board may have its own specific content, assessment methods, and emphasis. It is recommended to refer to the official websites or syllabi of each exam board for more detailed and up-to-date information on their respective A-Level Economics curricula.


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  • Classes :1
  • Duration :1 hour
  • Language :English