Master HSC Economics before Trials

How To Revise HSC Economics Before Trial Exams

From past papers to memorising the syllabus dot points, we’ve got your Economics study covered

Explore our study tips which will make revising so much easier before your Trial Economics exams, suggested by our Mentors and past Talent students.

Always start with the Economics Syllabus

The syllabus is your go-to guide for everything that will be tested – it would be a wise decision to mark off everything that you’ve studied relating back to the syllabus dot points.

Create dot points for each topic that is mentioned in the syllabus, then you can test yourself by starting on some past HSC papers.

Past Papers

You’ve probably heard this tip ad nauseam, but it’s a tip which truly works! Get together all of the relevant past papers you can find, and dedicate a time to answer as many questions as you can. Turn off the TV, close all those other tabs, turn off your Spotify and focus on the paper – you need familiarise yourself with exam conditions.

After finishing your papers, we highly recommend giving them to your tutors or teachers so they can mark them and provide relevant feedback. If you’re just doing a bunch of past papers and not getting them marked, it’s pointless since you don’t know your strengths and weaknesses.

Familiarise yourself with key phrases

Learning the basic terms will make it that much easier for you to understand the topics you need to study. Understand what the question is asking you – this will ensure that you don’t lose marks on silly mistakes.

Let’s take a look at some basic terms from the 2019 HSC Examination, and what they mean:

Practice a few different questions which test your understanding of these key terms in HSC Economics, and won’t leave you feeling surprised in the Trials.

How To Revise HSC Economics Before Trial Exams

Explain: Relate cause and effect; make the relationships between things evident; provide why and/or how.

How To Revise HSC Economics Before Trial Exams

Assess: Make a judgement of value, quality, outcomes, results or size.

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Stay up to date with the Australian economy

The key to getting top marks in Economics is your ability to write engaging essays, while also incorporating relevant (and timely) statistics to back up the statement that you’re trying to make.

Stay up to date with economic policy, what’s currently going on in Australia at the moment, and have an overall good grasp on current topics. There are so many resources you can use, but we even recommend checking the Australian Financial review (just to start!)

Need some extra help? We’ve got you covered at Talent 100

All of our Sydney learning centres are now open in Term 3 (Burwood, Chatswood, Epping, Hurstville & Sydney CBD), so you can brush-up on your Economics skills before exams start.

We also have online classes available for students in NSW – so you won’t miss out on any valuable Economics time this year! Take advantage of our 1-1 classes where you can get your past papers marked, ask questions about homework, or just speak to one of our HSC Economics Mentors.

Click here to find out more about our HSC Economics tuition courses.

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