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Studying: Economics and Politics (Bachelors) - Exeter University

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Hello, my name is Thomas and I am a second year Economics and Politics student at Exeter University and I am willing to tutor GCSE and A-Level students. Why do I tutor? The reason why I started tutoring is that I want to help support people in getting the best possible grades. When I was studying for my GCSE's and A-Level a variety of people gave me the support I needed and I wanted to give something back to the education system. I started tutoring because I wanted to make a difference and using my experiences and knowledge of my subject, I want to help people studying at GCSE's and A-Level get the best possible results they can. What do I tutor? I tutor Business Studies at both GCSE and A-Level, Government and Politics at A-Level and Maths at GCSE Level. How do I tutor? When I tutor I aim to tailor the tutorials to the individual as much as possible. I will use a variety of current and real world examples which I believe are great at explaining the topics and increase the students knowledge of the subject. Any feedback left at the end of the session, I will incorperate into my tutorials to ensure I can deliver future lessons in a style that will help the student improve their grades. If you have any further questions please feel free to contact me and I am more than happy to arrange a free 15 minute Meet-the-Tutor session where you can ask any further question.Hello, my name is Thomas and I am a second year Economics and Politics student at Exeter University and I am willing to tutor GCSE and A-Level students. Why do I tutor? The reason why I started tutoring is that I want to help support people in getting the best possible grades. When I was studying for my GCSE's and A-Level a variety of people gave me the support I needed and I wanted to give something back to the education system. I started tutoring because I wanted to make a difference and using my experiences and knowledge of my subject, I want to help people studying at GCSE's and A-Level get the best possible results they can. What do I tutor? I tutor Business Studies at both GCSE and A-Level, Government and Politics at A-Level and Maths at GCSE Level. How do I tutor? When I tutor I aim to tailor the tutorials to the individual as much as possible. I will use a variety of current and real world examples which I believe are great at explaining the topics and increase the students knowledge of the subject. Any feedback left at the end of the session, I will incorperate into my tutorials to ensure I can deliver future lessons in a style that will help the student improve their grades. If you have any further questions please feel free to contact me and I am more than happy to arrange a free 15 minute Meet-the-Tutor session where you can ask any further question.

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4.9from 30 customer reviews
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Babatunde (Student)

November 27 2016

Very Well Co-ordinated lesson plan

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Babatunde (Student)

October 24 2016

Well detailed notes with excellent examples given

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Hanat (Parent)

October 16 2016

Son quite pleased hoping to see impact on grades

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Sam (Student)

December 3 2015

Brilliant teaching, really helpful and a great range of knowledge.

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
Government and PoliticsA-level (A2)A*
Mathematics with StatisticsA-level (A2)A
Business StudiesA-level (A2)A
EPQA-level (A2)A

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Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
Business StudiesA Level£24 /hr
Government and PoliticsA Level£24 /hr
Business StudiesGCSE£22 /hr
MathsGCSE£22 /hr

Questions Thomas has answered

Explain what factors will influence a business' choice of supplier

Cost: The lower the cost to the business the cheaper each unit will be and this helps the business to increase their profit. However the drawback to this is that quality can be neglected as a result.

Quality: A high quality supplier will mean that the product the business is selling can meet customers satisfaction wgich will mean it is more likely they will make repeat purchases in the future. However the downside is that it will mean that costs are more likely to increase in order to provide the quality that the business desires.

Reliablity: If a business has a short turn around for delivering their product to their consumer or if a business uses Just In Time production methods then the business will want a supplier who can deliver what the business requires quickly so that they can make their products quickly or can meet stock levels.

Cost: The lower the cost to the business the cheaper each unit will be and this helps the business to increase their profit. However the drawback to this is that quality can be neglected as a result.

Quality: A high quality supplier will mean that the product the business is selling can meet customers satisfaction wgich will mean it is more likely they will make repeat purchases in the future. However the downside is that it will mean that costs are more likely to increase in order to provide the quality that the business desires.

Reliablity: If a business has a short turn around for delivering their product to their consumer or if a business uses Just In Time production methods then the business will want a supplier who can deliver what the business requires quickly so that they can make their products quickly or can meet stock levels.

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2 years ago

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What are the advantages of franchising?

The franchisee will be buying into a established brand so there will be less risk of the business failing because they have a good repuattion and have a product which consumers will demand.

They will benefit from the franchisors marketing campaigns which will mean a wider exposure to the company through a wide ranege of advertising sources e.g Television which they would not be able to reach by themselves.

The franchsisor will be able to support the business in the long-term through training and support in staff management which will lead to a reduced labour turnover in the long run.

The franchisee will be buying into a established brand so there will be less risk of the business failing because they have a good repuattion and have a product which consumers will demand.

They will benefit from the franchisors marketing campaigns which will mean a wider exposure to the company through a wide ranege of advertising sources e.g Television which they would not be able to reach by themselves.

The franchsisor will be able to support the business in the long-term through training and support in staff management which will lead to a reduced labour turnover in the long run.

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2 years ago

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What are the limitations on the Prime Minister?

The media: Can pick up on small things such as Gordon Brown referring to Gillian Duffy as a bigot.

The Party: The Conservative Parties backbench demands for a European Uniion referndum when the Prime Minister did not want one.

Pressure of Event: David Cameron and the regugee crisis and his change of policy as a result.

The media: Can pick up on small things such as Gordon Brown referring to Gillian Duffy as a bigot.

The Party: The Conservative Parties backbench demands for a European Uniion referndum when the Prime Minister did not want one.

Pressure of Event: David Cameron and the regugee crisis and his change of policy as a result.

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2 years ago

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