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Private Tutors for Economics
The Economics tutors we introduce will bring to life the complex theories behind microeconomics and macroeconomics, making the subject simple and fun to progress with. With a thorough knowledge of the main exam boards, tutors create individual programmes of tuition that include guidance on exam technique and essay writing. This ensures the best possible preparation for exams. Most of the Economics tutors we introduce are working professionals, based in companies such as PWC and Accenture. This gives them an applied knowledge of Economics theory and ideas, allowing them to work on bespoke business projects and professional assignments, as well as more typical private tuition and exam preparation.
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Meet A Typical Economics Tutor
Raymond graduated with a degree in Economics from Trinity College, University of Cambridge in 2007. Since then, he has tutored Economics with more than 50 students. An experienced tutor, Raymond has tutored students for all the main GCSE, IGCSE and A Level exam boards, including AQA, Edexcel and OCR. He is also working with Higher Level IB students, one of whom is on target to attain a Level 7. He has also supported two students in their successful applications to read Economics at Cambridge. Raymond prides himself on making Economics an easy subject to understand. He explains complex concepts in plain English, and tries to apply theory to practical examples. This helps students to make swift progress, with many of his students climbing several grades.
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