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Cambridge Pre-U Economics gives learners a thorough and rigorous understanding of the theory that underpins the workings of a modern day economy. The course develops skills in evaluation and independent thinking, preparing learners well for university study. The linear structure gives teachers time to explore topics and events in the current economy, and gives learners time to grow into the subject.
The syllabus introduces new topics, such as game theory, and offers opportunities for the detailed study of current issues such as China and the global economy, Europe, and transport's effects on the environment.
The syllabus year refers to the year in which the examination will be taken.
The last examination series for Cambridge Pre-U Economics (9772) will be June 2023. There is a resit opportunity in June 2024, there is no option for candidates to resit after this date. We communicated this decision to schools in November 2019.
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