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H2 Economics GCE A Level curriculum and subject syllabuses
Source: Singapore Ministry of Education website

For the most current and more comprehensive information, please refer to the MOE website.

AIMS

The syllabus is intended to provide the basis for a broad understanding of economics. Specifically, the syllabus
aims to develop in candidates:
1 an understanding of fundamental economic concepts, theories and principles, and of the tools and methods of analysis used by economists
2 the ability to use the tools and methods of economic reasoning to explain and analyse economic issues, and to evaluate perspectives and decisions of economic agents
3 the habit of reading critically, from a variety of sources, to gain information about the changing economic activities and policies at the national and international levels; and
4 the ability to use evidence in making well-reasoned economic arguments to arrive at rational and considered decisions.

ASSESSMENT OBJECTIVES
Candidates are expected to:
AO1: Knowledge and Understanding
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of economic concepts, theories and principles.
AO2: Interpretation and Evaluation of Information
• Interpret economic information presented in textual, numerical or graphical form.
• Make valid inferences based on the information presented and its limitations.
AO3: Application and Analysis
• Apply relevant economic concepts, theories and principles to analyse contemporary issues, perspectives and policy choices.
• Construct coherent economic arguments.
AO4: Evaluation
• Evaluate critically contemporary issues, perspectives and policy choices.
• Recognise unstated assumptions and evaluate their relevance.
• Synthesise economic arguments to arrive at well-reasoned judgements and decisions

SCHEME OF ASSESSMENT
The assessment comprises two compulsory written examination papers:
Paper 1 (Case Studies) and
Paper 2 (Essays). Taken as a whole, both papers will incorporate a good balance of questions on microeconomics and macroeconomics.

DESCRIPTION OF COMPONENTS
Paper 1 (Case Studies)
The paper will include two case studies. Each of these will consist of two to three pages of data presented in textual, numerical or graphical form. Each case study will present contemporary multifaceted economic issues or policies, which may be from one or more themes in the syllabus.

The data for each case study will be followed by six or seven part-questions, including sub-parts. These questions will require candidates to apply relevant economic concepts, theories and principles in analysing, synthesising and evaluating economic issues, perspectives or policies, with reference to the data provided.

About 12 marks of each set of case study questions will be for data response questions, and about 18 marks
will be for higher-order questions.

Paper 2 (Essays)
Questions in Section A will focus mainly on microeconomics and questions in Section B will focus mainly on macroeconomics. Each essay question will comprise two parts, with part (a) carrying 10 marks and part (b) carrying 15 marks. Questions may be based on real-world contexts.
Candidates are expected to apply relevant economic concepts, theories and principles to analyse issues and to evaluate perspectives or policies. They should synthesise and construct coherent arguments to arrive at well-reasoned judgements and decisions.”

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H1 Economics GCE A Level curriculum and subject syllabuses
Source: Singapore Ministry of Education website

For the most current and more comprehensive information, please refer to the MOE website.

AIMS

The syllabus is intended to provide the basis for a broad understanding of economics, within half the curriculum time of the H2 Economics syllabus. Specifically, the syllabus aims to develop in candidates:
1 an understanding of fundamental economic concepts, theories and principles, and of the tools and methods of analysis used by economists
2 the ability to use the tools and methods of economic reasoning to explain and analyse economic issues, and to evaluate perspectives and decisions of economic agents
3 the habit of reading critically, from a variety of sources, to gain information about the changing economic activities and policies at the national and international levels; and
4 the ability to use evidence in making well-reasoned economic arguments to arrive at rational and considered decisions.

ASSESSMENT OBJECTIVES
Candidates are expected to:
AO1: Knowledge and Understanding
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of economic concepts, theories and principles.
AO2: Interpretation and Evaluation of Information
• Interpret economic information presented in textual, numerical or graphical form.
• Make valid inferences based on the information presented and its limitations.
AO3: Application and Analysis
• Apply relevant economic concepts, theories and principles to analyse contemporary issues, perspectives and policy choices.
• Construct coherent economic arguments.
AO4: Evaluation
• Evaluate critically contemporary issues, perspectives and policy choices.
• Recognise unstated assumptions and evaluate their relevance.
• Synthesise economic arguments to arrive at well-reasoned judgements and decisions

SCHEME OF ASSESSMENT
The assessment comprises one compulsory written examination paper: Paper 1 (Case Studies).

DESCRIPTION OF COMPONENTS
Paper 1 (Case Studies)
The paper will include two case studies. Each of these will consist of two to three pages of data presented in textual, numerical or graphical form. Each case study will present contemporary multifaceted economic issues or policies, which may be from one or more themes in the syllabus.

The data for each case study will be followed by seven to eight part-questions, including sub-parts. These questions will require candidates to apply relevant economic concepts, theories and principles in analysing, synthesising and evaluating economic issues, perspectives or policies, with reference to the data provided.

About 16 marks of each set of case study questions will be for data response questions, and about 24 marks
will be for higher-order questions.”

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H3 Economics GCE A Level curriculum and subject syllabuses
Source: Singapore Ministry of Education website

For the most current and more comprehensive information, please refer to the MOE website.

AIMS

The syllabus aims to develop in candidates the ability to:
1. critically evaluate economic concepts and theories
2. apply appropriate tools of economic reasoning to analyse the underlying nature of real-world economic issues, and propose hypotheses
3. critically and independently evaluate perspectives and decisions of economic agents
4. formulate and present well-reasoned arguments and strategies to address economic issues.

ASSESSMENT OBJECTIVES
Candidates are expected to:
AO1: Interpretation and Evaluation of Information
• Understand and interpret economic information presented in textual, numerical or graphical form
• Make interpretations and valid inferences from information presented and evaluate the reliability of information given.
AO2: Application, Analysis and Evaluation
• Apply appropriate tools of economic reasoning to propose hypotheses about the underlying nature of realworld economic issues
• Analyse and evaluate critically economic concepts and theories
• Evaluate critically and independently perspectives and decisions made by economic agents
• Synthesise and construct coherent arguments, and propose strategies to address economic issues

SCHEME OF ASSESSMENT
Specification grid
The assessment comprises one compulsory written examination paper with two Sections: Section A (Case Study) and Section B (Essays).

Description of component
Section A (Case Study)
The case study will focus on real-world multifaceted economic issues or policies, which may be from one or more themes in the syllabus. It will consist of resource materials from a range of sources. The information may be presented in textual, numerical or graphical form. Resources in textual form will not total more than four pages. There will be four compulsory questions based on the case study.

Candidates may be expected to examine the quality of data and relevance for use in their responses. They are required to analyse and synthesise underlying economic issues presented in the data, critically evaluate perspectives and decisions of economic agents, and to construct coherent arguments using supporting data. 

Candidates may be required to propose hypotheses and strategies to address the issues, where appropriate.

Section B (Essays)
Each essay question may assess knowledge from one or more themes in the syllabus. Candidates are expected to apply tools of economic reasoning to analyse economic issues, and to critically and independently evaluate the perspectives and decisions of economic agents.

They should synthesise and construct coherent economic arguments to arrive at well-reasoned judgements and decisions. Each question
will comprise no more than two parts. Questions may be set on real-world context. 

Candidates may be required to critically analyse and evaluate economic concepts and theories, and propose hypotheses or strategies to address the issues, where appropriate.

Candidates may be required to integrate knowledge from the different themes.”

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Source: National University of Singapore website
General "A" Level Entry Requirements

For the most current and more comprehensive information, please refer to the NUS website.

Selection of applicants for undergraduate courses will be based on academic merit. Due to keen competition for limited vacancies, the choice order of courses will also determine the selection outcome. Hence, applicants are advised to list out their course choices in their order of preference.

Applicants (regardless of nationality) presenting the Singapore-Cambridge GCE ‘A’ Level results, including full-time National Servicemen (NSF) who have a course reserved in NUS and wish to apply for a change of course may apply under this category.

Applicants will be considered for admission based on the strength of their academic achievements and additional interviews/tests if required. Applicants would need to obtain good passes in the following subjects:

H1/H2/H3 Curriculum

Four content subjects (i.e. 3 H2 and 1 H1 content-based* subjects, with at least 1 content subject to be from a contrasting discipline).

‘A’/‘AO’ Curriculum

Three ‘A’ Level content subjects.

General Paper (GP) or Knowledge Inquiry (KI)

Either General Paper (GP) or Knowledge Inquiry (KI) subject taken in the same sitting with the H2/’A’ Level content-based subjects.

Students may take KI in lieu of GP.  As KI is counted as two H1 subjects (one in place of GP and one for H1 requirement), students who take KI will not be required to take the H1 content-based subject.

Project Work

H1/‘AO’ Level Project Work

Mother Tongue Language (MTL) Requirement

Meet the Mother Tongue Language (MTL) requirement for admission by having one of the following*:

  • Minimum of D7 for the higher MTL paper taken at the ‘O’ Level examination.
  • Minimum of ‘S’/ ‘D7’ grade for the H1/‘AO Level’ MTL paper or General Studies in Chinese.
  • Minimum of ‘S’/‘O’ grade for the H2/‘A Level’ MTLL paper taken at the ‘A’ Level examination.
  • Pass in the MTL ‘B’ Syllabus paper at the ‘A’ Level examination.


If you have been exempted from MTL, the MOE-approved subject-in-lieu will be considered as your MTL subject.

*Applicants who are unable to fulfil the MTL requirement but satisfy all other admission requirements will be admitted to the University on a provisional basis. Applicants will be required to fulfil the MTL requirement before being permitted to graduate.

Admission to NUS is based upon open competition amongst applicants. Potential applicants may refer to the Indicative Grade Profiles (IGP) and course places of the previous academic year to make more informed choices when applying for admission. 

* Please note that H1 Mother-Tongue Language (MTL) subject cannot be considered in-lieu of a H1 content-based subject.

For courses that require additional interviews/tests, applicants will also be assessed based on their performance during interviews and/or tests.

If you have done well in your MTL subject at the ‘A’ Level examination, you are allowed to use the MTL bonus points to gain admission to the Humanities and Sciences (MTL Related) Courses. 

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