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Economics Grade 12 Mind the Gap Study Guide Download

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This Mind the Gap study guide helps you to prepare for the end-of-year CAPS Economics Grade 12 exam. The study guide does NOT cover the entire CAPS curriculum, but it does focus on core content of each knowledge area and points out where you can earn easy marks.

You must work your way through this study guide to improve your understanding, identify your areas of weakness and correct your own mistakes. To ensure a good pass, you should also cover the remaining parts of the curriculum using other textbooks and your class notes.

We are confident that this Mind the Gap study guide can help you to prepare well so that you pass the end-of-year exams. The importance of your success cannot be over-emphasised. You form part of the future generation, and we all hope for a better future, a future where all our young South Africans can enjoy a high standard of living. 

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Overview of the exam for CAPS Economics Grade 12

The Economics exam consists of TWO × 1½ hour papers of 150 marks each. The paper consists of SIX questions divided into three sections. Question ONE is COMPULSORY. There are FIVE other questions from which THREE must be answered.
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Hey, Grade 12 Learners. My Courses portal has everything you needed to ace your matric exams, tests, assessments, research tasks, and assignments. Feel free to explore all resources for grade 12 learners, such as Study Guides, Department of Basic Education Past Exam Papers with Memos, and Speech Topics.

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Now that you have made it all the way from your 1st grade to the final (Grade 12) grade, have you made up your mind about what career you want to pursue after matric? Have a look at the below questions and click on the links for more information:

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Do you know:

  • If you want to study at a University or College?
  • What career or course/qualification do you plan to pursue after school?
  • What subjects you will need to study for this career?
  • Which country do you want to study at, Canada maybe?
  • How will you pay for your studies?

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This is your year to pass with distinction!!!

Your meory plays a very importantpart in the learning process. In order for information to be stored in long-termmemory, it first needs to pass through your short-term or working memory. This stage of memory is limited in the amount of information it can retain. Information you receive in class must be written down or you will forget it. When revising from your textbooks, seek out the important information and write it down. Organise it logically. Reduce it to key terms or a form that is easy to remember. NB: Take online Quizzes and Tests for different Grade 12 Subjects on: modernclassroom.co.za

We have organised all grade 12 resourcesfor you so that youdont struggle. Check below very usefull resources for your studies even beyond Grade 12:

List of all Grade 12 exam past papers, Memos, and Revision Notes

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