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Mon, 06 Apr


Merritt Centre

Intensive Revision: A-Level Economics (Edexcel-A)

Easter revision course for A-Level students taking Economics Edexcel-A.

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Intensive Revision: A-Level Economics (Edexcel-A)
Intensive Revision: A-Level Economics (Edexcel-A)

Time & Location

06 Apr 2020, 09:30 – 09 Apr 2020, 17:00

Merritt Centre, 60 Merritt Gardens, Chessington KT9 2GY, UK

About the Event

This course delves into the core topics that are most frequently and rigorously examined.  

We have created a framework that blends together critical exam techniques with core topic material, all brought together through our unique Excess Learning methodology.   


Our expert tutors will:

  • Teach you how to confidently approach your exams using walkthroughs and applying our unique method.
  • Show you how to tailor your answers to data response and essay questions using the Excess Learning methodology. 
  • Demonstrate how to identify keywords and phrases in the exam question, and craft model answers during in-class discussions.

This will also provide the foundation for students to confidently tackle Paper 3. 

This is a proactive course and attendees are encouraged to ask questions and participate in class. 


Registration Options:

- Full 4-day course, covering both Paper 1 and 2

- 2-days for Paper 1 

- 2-days for Paper 2  


Further Information:

- A one-hour lunch break along with 2 x 15-min breaks during morning and afternoon sessions.  

- * Included: 1 x Exam Guide, 1 x Revision Guide, 1 x Question Bank (includes exam questions from 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019  and specimen papers )

- Required: Notebooks (one for each paper), tablet (iPad or other), pens, highlighters, calculator, ruler    

* Participants on intensive 4-day course will receive all 3 course materials free. 

Participants who register for either Paper 1 or Paper 2 as standalone will receive the Exam Guide and Question Bank only. The Revision Guide can be purchased separately. 


Main topics to be covered: 


Markets                                                 AD/AS analysis

Market failure                                         Macroeconomic objectives & policies

Government Intervention                           Poverty & inequality

Business objectives                                  Financial markets & policy

Market structures                                     International trade 


  • Full course (Limited Offer)

  • Paper 1

    Paper 1 (Microeconomics) is covered Monday and Tuesday.

  • Paper 2

    Paper 2 (Macroeconomics) is covered on Wednesday and Thursday

  • Full course




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