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  • This student is being advised on how to improve the quality of his diagram, both, visually and in terms of content and labels. Econ - 1
  • It is imperative to link observations and conclusions from case studies with the relevant aspects of economic theory. Econ - 4
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Economics Commentaries require students to critically assess a current issue through the lens of economic theory. While each commentary will incorporate different articles and pertinent economics, all students must follow the same set of specific grading criteria to produce a successful Commentary. Our team of consultants will illuminate all of these criteria while helping you to:

  • Create properly labeled and concise diagrams
  • Develop relevant arguments to support diagrams and figures
  • Apply the pertinent economic terminology and theories
  • Better organize content and separate facts from opinions
  • Critically evaluate information and point out limitations within your analysis
  • Improve presentation and layout
  • Verify logical connections and arguments
  • Correct grammar, register and terminology
*The consultation that will be provided here is a compilation of our own experience, as well as the information contained in Diploma Programme: Economics Guide (IBO, Aug 2012)