The Tutorial Section is up!

This is by popular demand and there were initially plans to set up this section. We thank you for being patient as we are working to make this section effective for your learning.

Your lecturers would have given you tutorials for you own practice. Lee Chin Choo’s lecture notes are very good as she provides a lot of questions at the back. If you are not her student, it will be advisable to photocopy a set of these questions from your course mates who are under her guidance.

Since lecturers will be going through the questions in subsequent lectures, it will not be beneficial for us to provide the answers on quickienomics.com. Furthermore, this would be disruptive to the lecturers’ plans on educating you with the proper way of answering exam questions.

The next point we would like to emphasize on is our belief towards learning through discovery. “Give a man a fish, you feed him for a day; Teach him how to fish, you feed him for a lifetime.” As cliche as it sounds, it will be more efficient if we facilitate your approach to the questions.

We propose the following practice in building the tutorial section:

  1. Working chapter by chapter, we will post questions that are similar in nature. Will you be able to spot the similarities and list them down?
  2. Using one of the questions from the post, we will be explaining the procedures of breaking down the question into its key components.
  3. We will then piece everything into a mindmap to see the bigger picture.
  4. The last step would be to zoom into each component of the mindmap in detail.

The tutorial section will assist you in achieving an organized thinking process which will be highly beneficial in answering the exam questions.

So, here comes the fun part! Stay tuned for the first tutorial!

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2 Comments

  1. tj says:

    why are the tutorial questions so different? not one is similar to what i am doing now? any idea?