Exam Papers for the old syllabus

In the new curriculum (effective for exams from May 2013), the former HL Paper One is similar to the new HL Paper One. However, the candidate is required to answer TWO questions in 90 minutes (instead of one question in 60 minutes) and one question must be on MICROECONOMICS, while the second must be on MACROECONOMICS. For each section, the choice must be made from two questions.
The former HL Paper THREE is similar to the new HL Paper TWO (ie Data Response). However now you only have to answer TWO questions in 90 minutes (instead of three questions in 120 minutes). But ONE question must be on INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS, while the second must be on MACROECONOMICS. For each section, the choice must be made from two questions.

So there is effectively less choice than before and you cannot avoid a section of the syllabus. All four sections need to be covered.

The new HL Paper Three (60 minutes) is entirely new and there are no examples of past papers. It is the “mathematical paper” and TWO questions must be answered (from a choice of three). It theoretically covers all sections of the syllabus.

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4 responses to “Exam Papers for the old syllabus”

  1. howe338 says :

    The past papers are very useful:) Thank you so much Ms.Yamada

  2. Risa Matsushima says :

    HI MS YAMADAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

  3. chris says :

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