6th Year Economics Grinds

6th Year Economics Grinds


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6th Year Economics Grinds

Course Overview

Over the course of the academic year, Ronan will cover all aspects of the Leaving Cert Economics course in his weekly grinds. He focuses on the questions more commonly seen in the Leaving Cert along with the more challenging questions that can prove to be difficult for students. Each student is given a microeconomics book and a macroeconomics book. These books will break down the Leaving Cert marking scheme and they will include up to date information on current economic trends. There is no extra charge for these books.

As time management can be a big challenge, Ronan will demonstrate how to cover questions to an H1 standard by using keywords outlined in the marking scheme. This enables students to write exactly what examiners are looking for within the allocated time.

A booklet is also given to each student covering the short questions from the previous ten years. As a lot of these questions reappear these questions are covered in great detail in class.


About the Teacher: Rónán Murdock is the Head Economics teacher at The Dublin Academy of Education. In 2012, just 3% of students nationwide got an A1 in Leaving Certificate Economics; however, 32% of Rónán’s students achieved A1s. Rónán is the author of the Leaving Certificate Economics Revision textbook, and is a popular  teacher amongst students due to his ability to help them relate to the subject. Rónán is known for instilling confidence in students due to his deep understanding of the syllabus and marking scheme.

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    • 6th Year Economics Grinds South Dublin Mondays – 8:15pm-9:30pm Stillorgan
    • 6th Year Economics Grinds North Dublin Thursdays – 5:00pm- 6:15pm Killester
    • 6th Year Economics Grinds South Dublin Saturdays – 9:00am-10:15am Stillorgan

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