Math just listen in class and practice more. The reason is because London International Programme is a new name. Most questions in old exam papers are still relevant. I have Maths background for O Level. We also stress that if you have not completely solved a problem, you may still be awarded marks for a partial, incomplete, or slightly wrong, solution; but, if you have written down a wrong answer and nothing else, no marks can be awarded.
Any sketching of graphs should be done in the answer book. Recall that in maths 1, you have to remember all the basic differentiations and one of them is It is much better if you know how to derive the formula above. But do not worry, changes of syllabus do not apply to all subjects. Change from next year: no graph paper There is one minor change to take effect next year. Notice that it is actually ln a NOT ln x.
Here is one way to do it. Graph paper is not necessary for this. The format and structure of the examination may change in future years, and any such changes will be publicised on the virtual learning environment VLE. Pure exam based system. What about past year paper question and solutions? Information about the subject guide Unless otherwise stated, all cross-references will be to the latest version of the subject guide
The lecturers teach the very basic foundations for each modules first right? Clearly this does not make sense since the products are assumed to be homogeneous, if two players flood the market with their products then price will decrease because of excess supply. First, you should not simply write down the answer in the examination script, but you should explain the method by which it is obtained. I not so sure about international student, but generally it should be 3hrs per unit per week for a total of 21 lessons.
Which ones is advised to choose? Here is one way to do it. If you didn't notice that in the beginning, it's the problem that I am trying to point out. Oligopoly is everyone's favourite topic in Microeconomics and Managerial Economics. A sketch of the graph of a function should indicate its shape, its position with respect to the axes, and its intercepts on those axes: it need not be drawn to scale.
Oligopoly is everyone's favourite topic in Microeconomics and Managerial Economics. Thank you Answer in magenta. Are any of them compulsory have to take?
As for advise, i m not in the position to give u since i m not from biz. The Examiners want you to get the right answers, of course, but it is more important that you prove you know what you are doing: that is what is really being examined. Everyday go for 3 hour lecture, that's it? Are any of them compulsory have to take? Prolly have to ask the RMIT students. Past year papers and exam report can be downloaded from vle.
I'm an international student, and i'm planning to work in Singapore after graduating. Always check out the latest papers for latest exam's instructions. The reason is because London International Programme is a new name. A sketch of the graph of a function should indicate its shape, its position with respect to the axes, and its intercepts on those axes: it need not be drawn to scale.
For example, if you don't understand what demand and supply curves mean, you can label them wrong in your diagram. Can we take any 4 from group M?