Economics

January 2023 update

January 2023 update

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In this month's update the section on the 2023 exam series gives you the dates and includes an invitation to consider becoming an examiner with us. For Economics A teachers there is a feedback survey on the Pearson textbook, and for Economics B teachers, a number of training events that may be of interest. We also invite you to join the January webinar in the Peter Jones Foundation webinar series called 'Igniting Enterprise'.

December 2022 Update

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May/June 2023 exam times

January 2023 update

December 2022 Update

December 2022 Update

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Featured in this month's update we have links to the exam times for the May/June 2023 exam series, as well as news of a survey conducted by Hodder about their resources for the Economics A qualification. There is also a link inviting you to sign up for the January webinar in the Peter Jones Foundation webinar series called 'Igniting Enterprise'.

FT for secondary schools

May/June 2023 exam times

January 2023 update

December 2022 Update

FT for secondary schools

FT for secondary schools

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The FT's free online subscriptions to students aged 16-19, their teachers and schools around the world is a very valuable resource for all Economics teachers.

May/June 2023 exam times

January 2023 update

December 2022 Update

FT for secondary schools

May/June 2023 exam times

May/June 2023 exam times

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Find out when the Economics exams are taking place in May and June 2023.

Popular topics

Here are some topics which are featuring frequently in questions from teachers.

Find out about both free and paid-for resources to help support your teaching of Edexcel A level Economics A.

Go to the delivery support page

Find out about:

  • how examiners' reports can help you to better understand the requirements of the different command verbs.
  • the grade boundaries and the notional grade boundaries you can use for mocks.
  • the grade statistics which show the percentage of candidates achieving each grade.

 

Find out about both free and paid-for resources to help support your teaching of Edexcel A level Economics B.

Go to the delivery support page

Find out about:

  • how examiners' reports can help you to better understand the requirements of the different command verbs.
  • the grade boundaries and the notional grade boundaries you can use for mocks.
  • the grade statistics which show the percentage of candidates achieving each grade.

 

Economics A is more traditional and uses models to a greater extent than Economics B.

Economics B comes from the Nuffield tradition which emphasizes the use of business contexts, rather than abstract models, in delivering economics concepts.

Find out about both free and paid-for resources to help support your teaching of IAL Economics.

Go to the delivery support page

Find out about:

  • how examiners' reports can help you to better understand the requirements of the different command verbs.
  • the grade boundaries and the notional grade boundaries you can use for mocks.
  • the grade statistics which show the percentage of candidates achieving each grade.

 

Find out about both free and paid-for resources to help support your teaching of International GCSE Economics.

Go to the delivery support page

Find out about:

  • how examiners' reports can help you to better understand the requirements of the different command verbs.
  • the grade boundaries and the notional grade boundaries you can use for mocks.
  • the grade statistics which show the percentage of candidates achieving each grade.

 

Useful documents

Economics A

Academic
Specification - A level
Specification - A Level (Economics A)
pdf | 1.4 MB
Academic
Specification
Specification - GCSE (Economics)
pdf | 1.2 MB

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