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Economics is the social science that studies wealth and how its produced, distributed, and consumed. It's an important part of everyday life in modern society and if you're interested in learning more about it, you can at school, college, university, or with a private tutor.

Let's have a look at the reasons to study economics, the challenges economics students face, what school pupils are taught about economics at school, and how private tutors can help you learn more about economics.

Reasons to Study Economics

If you're thinking about studying economics at school or university, there are plenty of good reasons to do so. For one, the prospects for economics graduates are good with most either finding work or continuing their studies beyond their degree. Of those in work, most economic graduates work in business, finance, marketing, or consultancy.

Economics is the obvious subject to study if you want to learn about economic principles and models, market forces, financial markets, and statistical analysis. However, you can also learn a range of transferrable skills like analytical skills, time management skills, computing skills, problem-solving skills, numeracy skills, and communication skills by studying economics.

Challenges in Economics

While there are plenty of good reasons to study economics, it's not without its challenges and there are a few things that students may struggle with. Economics is a wholly manmade concept and you can't often compare it to anything that occurs naturally in nature.

You need a good understanding of maths to excel in economics as the latter relies heavily on the former. At every level from GCSE to a degree at university, economics students need to be good with numbers. If you wince at the thought of maths, you may want to avoid studying economics.

Economics can be quite dry, too. While there are plenty of fascinating aspects to the subject, there's also a lot of looking at numbers and graphs and you need to wade through some of the more boring stuff before you can get to the kind of revelations that will change your life. It'll be worth it as long as you're patient enough to get there.

Areas of Economics Studied at School

Throughout primary school and secondary school, students will touch on economics in other subjects like maths, but their first real opportunity to study it as a subject in its own right will come once they get to GCSE.

GCSE students will have a few options when it comes to learning about economics. Arguably, the best option for students is the GCSE in Business, which covers economics, marketing, human resources, and finance.

This is also a GCSE that will allow students to progress to A Level Economics and an economics degree course. As an example, we're looking at the AQA specification course. There are a few different exam boards so if you study with another exam board, the course content may differ.

Students will get to learn about businesses, how they operate, stakeholders, business planning, and expanding a business. Students will also get to see how technology, the environment, the economy, and legislation can all affect businesses.

On the finance side of things, students cover sources of finance, business growth, cash and cash flow, financial calculations, and analysing the financial performance of businesses.

Private Economics Tutoring

For those interested in business, economics, or finance, private tutoring is a great way to either complement your lessons at school or university or learn independently at home.

Teachers at school and university tend to have large classes with a lot of students. This means they won't often have the time or resources they need to teach in a way that works for every student. While this isn't necessarily the teacher's fault, it's an unavoidable downside to teaching students in larger groups.

A private tutor can teach smaller groups of students or individuals, which allows the tutor to tailor the lessons, teaching approaches, and course content to the student.

For students who are struggling in their regular economics lessons, this can be beneficial as their tutor can help them with just the things topics and concepts they find difficult rather than wasting their time covering things they already understand quite well.

Gifted students can work with private tutors to study at a level beyond that offered in their usual classes, which they may not find stimulating or interesting enough.

Tutoring can also help professionals to retrain, learn new skills, or brush up on topics that they haven't studied for years. With private tuition, you have far more control over your learning and the content of your lessons.

Finding an Economics Tutor in Bradford

If you live in Bradford or West Yorkshire and are looking for a private economics tutor, check out the tutors on the Superprof website. There are tutors available in everything from maths, English, and economics to life coaching, arts and crafts, and musical instruments.

There are different types of tutoring available so take your time to find the tutor that's right for you. When you view a tutor's profile, you can see how much they charge, what their other students have to say about them, what experience they have, and whether or not they offer the first lesson for free. You can use these free lessons to try out a few different tutors before choosing the one that's right for you and your budget.

For those on a budget, consider getting tuition in groups to reduce the cost of the lessons. With several students paying for tutor's time and expertise, this can work out cheaper per student per hour and is particularly useful for study groups and smaller groups of students on the same course who need extra academic support.

If you can't find any suitable tutors in Bradford or around West Yorkshire, don't forget that you can always broaden your search to include online tutors. As long as you have a webcam and a decent internet connection, you can be taught by tutors from all over the world. For academic subjects like economics, online tutoring can be just as effective as face-to-face tuition and there are thousands of experienced and qualified economics tutors available!


💸 How much does a private economics teacher charge per lesson in Bradford and the surrounding areas?

The average rate of economics courses in Bradford is £20.


The price of economics lessons will differ depending on:

  • the experience of your tutor
  • where your lessons will be (via webcam or an outside location)
  • the number of classes and the duration of each lesson
  • the objective of your classes. Are you taking GCSE or A level economics, or maybe studying at university level. Do you need help with coursework or preparing for exams

97% of our private teachers give the first hour of economics classes for free. Check out the rates of our economics private tutors in your city.

👨🏼‍⚖️ How many tutors are available in Bradford to give economics courses?

In Bradford and the surrounding areas, 11 private economics teachers are available to give lessons


To find your private tutor, read their tutoring cv to find out more information about their courses.


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✒️ What is the average rating attributed by students to economics teachers in Bradford?

From a sample of 3 ratings, pupils gave their economics teachers an average of 4.3 out of five.


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🎓 Why should you start economics classes in Bradford?

Economics is one of the hardest subjects in secondary school. Many teens struggle with economics throughout the school year, whether at secondary or university level. This is why economics tuition is so highly sought after.


With the help of an economics teacher many students are able to better understand the different principals of economics.


Take economics lessons to learn more about the different economics concepts with a qualified private tutor. With the help of your tutor, now is the perfect occasion to learn the different economics concepts more efficiently.


You simply just have to select your private tutor and reserve your economics lessons from the comfort of your home or take online classes.


A messaging system is in place to allow you to communicate with your tutor to schedule your economics lessons whether you want to learn from the comfort of your home or take online classes.


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