*“Economics is a social science that seeks to explain human behavior, where one’s decisions can subconsciously affect the decisions of another.” *

The theories that you learn in Mr. Edison’s class can play an essential role in your career if applied correctly, improving your decision-making in the future.

**A brief insight into the world of economics.
**A good example would be the theory of Price Elasticity Demand (PED). PED explains why fast food companies tend to reduce the portions of their food to save costs instead of increasing the prices, this is because they know their product is ‘price elastic’. If they were to increase the price of their food, consumers may prefer the lower prices of other fast food companies.

**The power of understanding**

Memorizing is short-term, understanding is long-term. Mr. Edison emphasizes on understanding rather than memorizing as he believes economics is a storybook written by researchers that reflects the reality.

*Do you ever memorize a storybook? – NO. *

*Yet, you still able to tell the entire story to your child.*

**Teaching characteristic & Special note **

**Cheat sheet**allows students to recall and link the details in the chapter in a glance- Powerful
**Mindmap**that shows the connection of every theory in the chapter - The “
**Whatapps support**” that help to solve student’s curiosity and problem. - Understand the
**personality**of the student and tailor a teaching method for him/her.

Qualification

**Degree**

- Bachelor of Economics (Hons) in Financial Economics

**Teaching experience & Education Skills**

- 3 – 4 years of teaching experience
- Unique techniques in answering exam questions
- Prioritises interaction with students
- Allocates extra time for QnA sessions

**Students Outstanding Results**

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**IGCSE**

**Economics**

Alden Ong – Wesley Methodist – 91 **A* **– O/N 2020

Ameera – Beaconhouse International – 89 **A **– O/N 2020

Ashimita – Nobel – 87 **A **– O/N 2020

Shaun – Nobel – 80 **A **– O/N 2020

Qian Yun – Nobel – 91 **A* **– O/N 2020

Shie Wei – Beaconhouse International – 94 **A* **– O/N 2020

Zhi Qing – Wesley Methodist – 93 **A* **– O/N 2020

Claire – Wesley Methodist – 86 **A **– O/N 2020

Jayden – Wesley Methodist – 80 **A **– O/N 2020

Sue Jing – Wesley Methodist – 92 **A* **– O/N 2020

Liau Yu Shuen – Nobel – 90 **A* **– O/N 2020

Amber – Wesley Methodist – 97 **A* **– O/N 2020

Hanson Siah – Wesley Methodist – 98 **A* **– O/N 2020

Chally – Sri Emas – 85 **A **– O/N 2020

**AS Level Economics**

Nick – GIS – 85 **A **– M/J 2021

Zi Yun Zhang – GIS – 86 **A **– M/J 2021

Daniel Gam – HELP – 94 **A* **– M/J 2021

Chloe Chow – HELP – 93 **A* **– M/J 2021

**A2 Level Economics**

Timothy Chan – MCKL – 90 **A* **– M/J 2021

Li Ann – Taylor – 92 **A* **– M/J 2021

Xiang Yin – MCKL – 91 **A* **– M/J 2021

Jackie Siew – TARUC – **A* **– O/N 2020

Faris – Taylor – **A* **– O/N 2020

**Physics**

Benjamin Tan – Harvest – 95 **A* **– O/N 2020

Jonathan Tan – Harvest – 90 **A* **– O/N 2020

Shie Wei – Beaconhouse International – 91 **A* **– M/J 2021

Ray – Beaconhouse International – 95 **A* **– O/N 2020

Ryan – Beaconhouse International – 96 **A* **– O/N 2020

Elly – Beaconhouse International – 90 **A* **– O/N 2020

Andreana – Beaconhouse International – 92 **A* **– O/N 2020

Feng Min – Beaconhouse International – 94 **A* **– O/N 2020

Kireina – HELP – 92 **A* **– M/J 2021

Chally – Sri Emas – 86 **A **– O/N 2020