Since my A Levels Prelims, I've been working on more essays to serve as templates and models for students of A Levels. For now, ERPZ is probably the largest depository of model essays on various subjects for the Singapore-Cambridge A Levels. Hopefully, development of ERPZ will continue and we can continue to deliver more essays for your learning. Note that when diagrams are necessary for Economics essays, I opted for a short description rather than the ridiculous-but-conceivable mouse-and-MSPaint solution.
Smoking as Market Failure By Kevin
Yuan Appreciation By Kevin
National Income Equilibrium By Kevin
Monetary Policy By Kevin
MAS Policy By Kevin
Firm Size in Singapore By Kevin
Macroeconomics Goals By Kevin
GST Hike By Kevin
Immobility & Inequality By Kevin
Oil Prices Impacts By Kevin
Oligopoly in singapore By Kevin
Policy Conflicts By Kevin
Macro Goals & PPC By Kevin
Public Goods By Kevin
Trade & Unemployment By Kevin
DTM & Transmigration By Kevin
Population Ceiling & Birth Control By Kevin
Demographic Transition By Kevin
Hydrological Cycle By Kevin
Volcano & Earthquakes By Kevin
Urbanization in ELDCs By Kevin
Population Forecasting & China OCP By Kevin
ITCZ & Urban Climates By Kevin
Development & Inequality By Kevin
During my 'A' Levels exams in 2007, I got so sick of reading my notes and studying theories and concepts of the arts subjects I was taking, I decided to start practising instead. I know loads of students prefer to spend time memorizing theories and concepts that might be tested rather than try to test them on writing or practice applying them on foolscap paper. My friends used to say it's a waste of paper or that they feel drained after writing just a single essay. God knows how they managed to finish like 3-5 essays within 3 hours during examinations.
My philosophy for learning within the constraints of the education system (yes, sometimes I think the education system poses a constraint to learning although other times it provides us with the impetus to learn) is to practice as much as possible and simulate examination conditions whenever possible.
I hope these essays helped and do note that they are not necessarily model by any standards and I hope I don't get blamed for causing any of your writing performance to deviate from what you might expect from trying to learn from my essays. More importantly, these essays were not marked by any teachers during my time so I'll have to depend on dear readers' keen sense of the assessment requirements to assess if my essays make the mark.