A Level Economics

Course codes: OSC1283 / OSC1303
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Study A Level Economics from the comfort of your own home and choose when to take your exams. A convenient and stress-free way to study that fits around your existing commitments.

  • Gain up to 56 UCAS points to help you land your dream place at university
  • Official Edexcel Economics A Level
  • Full course materials
  • Full tutor support
  • Study at your own pace
  • Covers syllabus A
  • Exam fees can be added - we'll book your exams for you when you're ready!
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Course Overview

As well as your A Level course materials and tutor support, this course can include the examination fees needed to successfully gain your A Level Economics qualification and those all-important UCAS points. 

Simply receive your course materials online or by post and start studying to gain that all-important A Level. If you add on your exams, when you are ready, we will book the exams for you so you can focus on your studies. 

This course can be completed without taking the A Level exam. 

Course Duration

Up to 2 years.

Course Outcome

A Level in Economics (you must take the A Level exam to achieve this).

Entry Requirements

There are no specific entry requirements for this course.

Assessment

3 paper-based exams.

Course Content

Edexcel Qualification Code: 9ECO

This course covers syllabus A

  • The Economic Problem
  • The Allocation of Resources in Competitive Markets
  • Production and Efficiency
  • Market Failure
  • Government Intervention in the Market
  • Measuring Macroeconomic Performance
  • Aggregate demand
  • Aggregate supply
  • National income
  • Economic growth
  • Macroeconomic objectives and policy
  • The Firm: Objectives, Costs and Revenues
  • Competitive Markets
  • Marketing Strategies
  • Concentrated Markets
  • The Labour Market
  • Government Intervention in the Market
  • International economics
  • Poverty and inequality
  • Emerging and developing economies
  • The financial sector
  • Role of the state in the macroeconomy