At POINTS Edulab, we are committed to helping students excel in IGCSE Economics. Our approach focuses on developing a thorough understanding of economic principles, terminology, and theories. We guide students through the complexities of different countries’ economies and their interrelations. Our aim is to equip learners with the skills to analyze simple economic data and apply economic analysis tools to current issues. This not only prepares them for the IGCSE exams but also lays a solid foundation for further studies in economics, such as Cambridge International AS & A Level Economics



Our teaching methodology

At POINTS Edulab, our teaching methodology for IGCSE Economics is based on:

  1. Customized Road Map
    We design personalized learning plans for each student, considering their strengths and areas for improvement.
  2. Concept Building
    Our focus is on building a strong foundation in economic concepts and principles.
  3. Practice Worksheets
    We use practice worksheets to reinforce learning and apply economic theories to practical situations.
  4. Doubt Solving
    Regular doubt-solving sessions ensure that students have a clear understanding of the subject matter.
  5. Practice Tests
    We conduct regular tests to assess students’ progress and prepare them for the IGCSE Economics exams.

About curriculum

Why IGCSE Economics Matters
Economics is a crucial subject that offers insights into how societies allocate their resources. Understanding economics is essential for making informed decisions as consumers, citizens, and future professionals. It helps students grasp the intricacies of global trade, the functioning of markets, and the challenges of economic policy-making. The study of economics also develops critical thinking and analytical skills, enabling students to understand and engage with the world’s economic issues.
Structure of the IGCSE Economics Curriculum
The IGCSE Economics curriculum is designed to develop students’ understanding of economic terminology, principles, and theories. It covers a broad range of topics, including the basic economic problem, the allocation of resources, microeconomic and macroeconomic theories, international trade, and the global economy. The curriculum is structured to provide a comprehensive understanding of both theoretical and practical aspects of economics, preparing students for higher-level studies in the subject.

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