Economics Café, MOE-registered leading economics tuition centre in Singapore that provides Singapore-Cambridge GCE ‘A’ Level Economics tuition includes in its program the enhancement of a student’s Case Study Answering Skills.
Mr. Edmund Quek is the person who facilitates the learning process in the tuition centre. He is a highly experienced and well sought after economics tutor in Singapore. He stands that the case study paper requires a great deal of practice to excel in, and for that reason he gives the students in his economics tuition classes ample case study questions to practise.
The questions include those in past-year JC preliminary economics examination papers and the Singapore-Cambridge GCE ‘A’ Level Economics examination papers. Mr Quek himself is the one who works through the questions with the students with reference to the answer schemes given by the examiners.
More importantly, he adds value to his work by improving on the answers particularly the evaluations in which some teachers seem to have difficulty. He teaches the students in his economics tuition classes the skills to answer case study questions such as drawing reference to the text and the data and using supplementary knowledge. The students will also learn the skills of interpreting and describing economic data. He as well highlights to them the common errors made by economics students such as confusion about the difference between ‘change’ and ‘rate of change’. The avoidance of these common errors can improve the grade substantially.
In the end of every program, Mr Quek likewise conducts an assessment exam to test what the students have learned. He incorporates Case Study Questions which aim to assess whether the student was able to enhance his skills on this scheme.
As with the H2 and H1 Economic Assessment by means of Case Study Questions, candidates will be given two sets of questions based on two condensed write-ups of about two to three pages each on a multi-faceted economic issue or policy decision, including a set of data.
The questions pertaining to each of the cases will comprise data response type questions based on quantitative data and higher order type questions which will require candidates to apply economic principles in analysing, synthesising, evaluating or solving the economic problem. Candidates may also be asked to assume a role in resolving the economic problem of the case.
Through this, Mr Quek will be able to assess in which aspect of answering a Case Study a student is having difficulty with. He will then craft ways to help students work with their weakness by providing ideas, techniques and such.
The passion and aspiration to contribute to the society by making the learning of economics easy and interesting is what pushed Mr. Edmund Quek to craft a unique learning methodology for this specific field of learning. He likewise wants to raise the bar of students of Singapore in terms of learning Economics, which is why apart from doing well in the Singapore-Cambridge GCE ‘A’ Level Economics examination, Mr. Edmund Quek also teaches students in his economics tuition classes how to apply the concepts they learn in economics to increase their wealth in the future. Students who wish to take economics tuition with Mr. Edmund Quek will now have an idea of what to expect when they join his economics tuition class.
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Economics Cafe is MOE-registered leading economics tuition centre in Singapore that provides Singapore-Cambridge GCE ‘A’ Level Economics tuition. For more information, visit: www.economicscafe.com.sg.