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Shyam S.

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Degree: Economics and Finance (Bachelors) - Bristol University

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About me

I am an Economics and FInance student at the University of Bristol! Since I started the subject back in high school I've found a keen interest for the field and I hope that my interest can spark a development for your interest in the subject too!

I've previously taught members of my local community back in my hometown of Nairobi, Kenya Maths and English, so I definitely have some experience as far as teaching is concerned!

THE LESSONS:

We will begin the first tutorial by looking at what you have already covered and what you are having difficulty with. Then, I shall tailor a personal plan for you so that we can tackle the issues that you're facing in the amount of time that you have.

At the beginning of each tutorial, we will summarise what topics/areas we need to cover and shall get started by doing just that. Each tutorial will cover a specific topic, with a review of the theory and syllabus requirements for the first 30-35 minutes of the session and then we will look to tackle some exam problems towards the latter part of the session.

The key part of these tutorials will be to develop a solid understanding of the basic concepts that underpin each topic, which will allow you to apply these concepts to the many different exam situations in which they are relevant. We will also look to develop your exam technique and time management during the sessions which is another important aspect of these examinations.

I hope that you will find that once you develop an understanding for the subject, it really can be very enjoyable! We can cover a lot in the time that we have for each session, so let's make the most of this opportunity!

CAN YOU HELP ME APPLY TO UNI?

 Most definitely! I know how stressful it can be to try and make sure that your personal statement is up to standard and what choices you want to make for which University to go to etc. I have been through the process myself and have picked up some invaluable tips and tricks to ease the process and submit an amazing personal statement! Although I would be able to offer more tailored help towards students applying to the Economics/Mathematics departments, I can still help anyone to do that final spell check, grammar check, shortening down of the statement or even structuring!

ANY OTHER QUESTIONS?

If you have any other questions or inquiries about the sessions, please do not hesitate to get intouch with me via 'Webmail' or, alternatively, you could book a 'Meet the tutor session.' Both are accesible through this website. Remember to give me some sort of idea of what you're struggling with along with the exam board that you will be sitting your exams for! 

Looking forward to meet you!

Subjects offered

SubjectLevelMy prices
Economics A Level £20 /hr
Economics GCSE £18 /hr
English GCSE £18 /hr
Maths GCSE £18 /hr
-Personal Statements- Mentoring £20 /hr

Qualifications

QualificationLevelGrade
MathsA-LevelA
EconomicsA-LevelA*
ChemistryA-LevelA*
Disclosure and Barring Service

CRB/DBS Standard

No

CRB/DBS Enhanced

No

Currently unavailable: for regular students

Questions Shyam has answered

What are the features of an imperfect or monopolistic market?

This is the market structure that is more commonly found in the real world. It borrows its characteristics heavily from both perfectly competitive markets and monopolies. It's characteristics are as follows: - A large number of firms that act independently - Product differentiation - Freedom...

This is the market structure that is more commonly found in the real world. It borrows its characteristics heavily from both perfectly competitive markets and monopolies. It's characteristics are as follows:

- A large number of firms that act independently

- Product differentiation

- Freedom of entry into, and exit out of, the market.

- Non-price competition

- Excess capacity (the difference between cost minimisation output and profit maximisation output)

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1 year ago

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What is the best way to study for a Maths exam?

Lots and lots of past paper questions! Any other questions as well really. When it comes to maths, practice makes perfect. Every time that you answer questions from a specific topic, you develop an extra bit of understanding. Exam questions usually follow similar methods, so once you get enoug...

Lots and lots of past paper questions! Any other questions as well really. When it comes to maths, practice makes perfect. Every time that you answer questions from a specific topic, you develop an extra bit of understanding. Exam questions usually follow similar methods, so once you get enough experience you'll become more and more comfortable as you get closer to the exam date!

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1 year ago

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What is the law of diminishing returns?

The law of diminishing returns is when the marginal output of a production process decreases with every additional increase in a factor of production (or input), holding all other factors of production constant. 

The law of diminishing returns is when the marginal output of a production process decreases with every additional increase in a factor of production (or input), holding all other factors of production constant. 

1 year ago

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