ITT – IB Economics is a difficult subject, so practicing past papers is necessary to help students overcome fears for the exam. However, to know how to practice IB Economics past papers, what steps should students follow?
- Systematize basic knowledge
Before taking any exam, we also need to review and systematize all the knowledge we have learned. Systematizing knowledge is a basic but extremely necessary and important step because it helps learners summarize the amount of knowledge during the IB Economics semester and apply scientifically in practice solving exam questions.
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- Be sure of the exam structure
One of the essential reasons why students should learn how to practice IB Economics past papers problem is for students to familiarize themselves with and understand the exam structure to help students not be confused when taking the real exam. Understanding the test helps students prepare mentally, arrange the best time, and methods to do the test.
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- Basic tips
- Solve each paper on a day to reduce pressure as well as give students enough time to familiarize themselves with the structure and amount of knowledge required of the actual exam.
- Each full test will take 3 hours for SL and 4 hours for HL. Therefore, students need to arrange a time to work appropriately:
For IB Economics SL
- IB Economics SL Paper 1: 1 hour 30 minutes
- IB Economics SL Paper 2: 1 hour 30 minutes
For IB Economics HL
- IB Economics HL Paper 1: 1 hour 30 minutes
- IB Economics HL Paper 2: 1 hour 30 minutes
- IB Economics HL Paper 3: 1 hour
Students need to stick to the above time to adjust the speed of doing IB Economics past papers to suit when doing real exams.
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- After completing the test, take the time to review the test carefully to make sure the answers you give are completely reasonable and match with the knowledge you have received.
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