The most effective method of teaching that I have found in my experience, is constant exposure to questions, with detailed feedback. My lessons consist of explaining a topic, have the student explain it back to me as best they can, and then apply it to a practice question. Then effective feedback is given and repeated. I aim to make my lessons fun and engaging, as I am more than aware that just doing exam style questions is not always the most exciting. But as students near deadlines and exams, the lessons will tailor more to doing well in the exam.
I am a final year Economics undergraduate at the University of Bristol. I am currently on track for a first class honours degree and have been tutoring Economics for the past 4 years. I can teach a range of difficulties, from GCSE up to degree level. I am also able to teach finance and accounting modules as they are part of my degree, and I am going into accountancy, sitting the ACA at KPMG.
My rates are as stated, for GCSE and A-level Economics. For degree level Economics or Finance, my rate is £50/hour.
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