Luke J.

Luke J.

£30 - £32 /hr

Economics and Politics (Bachelors) - Exeter University

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About me

Hi there! I'm Luke and I'm in my third year at the University of Exeter. As an aspiring Maths and Economics teacher I am delighted to have been offered to take part in a two week internship with the amazing charity 'TeachFirst' next April which will further develop my strengths as an online tutor. I have been studying the discipline of economics for almost four years now and I've developed a keen interest in the world of Economics. This also includes a lot of maths - I continue to study lots of elements, particularly statistics and algebra. Throughout my completed tutorials I have developed and collected a plethora of great resources to use in tutorials, particularly with Maths GCSE; having completed over 40 tutorials to date and more to come, I am experienced with teaching Maths at all levels. I'm passionate and confident about these subjects and would love to tutor those who share this passion or are yet to be interested in the great world of economics and maths. I will ensure progress and improvement through engaging tutorials, using real world examples but also coming back to how to answer questions and what you need to know for the course. Practice questions are essential; applying your knowledge requires a good technique which we will work together to achieve with use of model answers. Please do get in contact if you wish to book a tutorial

Hi there! I'm Luke and I'm in my third year at the University of Exeter. As an aspiring Maths and Economics teacher I am delighted to have been offered to take part in a two week internship with the amazing charity 'TeachFirst' next April which will further develop my strengths as an online tutor. I have been studying the discipline of economics for almost four years now and I've developed a keen interest in the world of Economics. This also includes a lot of maths - I continue to study lots of elements, particularly statistics and algebra. Throughout my completed tutorials I have developed and collected a plethora of great resources to use in tutorials, particularly with Maths GCSE; having completed over 40 tutorials to date and more to come, I am experienced with teaching Maths at all levels. I'm passionate and confident about these subjects and would love to tutor those who share this passion or are yet to be interested in the great world of economics and maths. I will ensure progress and improvement through engaging tutorials, using real world examples but also coming back to how to answer questions and what you need to know for the course. Practice questions are essential; applying your knowledge requires a good technique which we will work together to achieve with use of model answers. Please do get in contact if you wish to book a tutorial

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About my sessions

Goals are a key part of learning; between us we will set milestones to reach and aim for a place where you want to be in the future. To do this we will first try to identify weaknesses and strengths and build up both confidence and skills in these aspects. Tutorials will have a clear learning aim at the start and we will build up to this aim step by step, all the while keeping in mind the milestone you want to reach.

Goals are a key part of learning; between us we will set milestones to reach and aim for a place where you want to be in the future. To do this we will first try to identify weaknesses and strengths and build up both confidence and skills in these aspects. Tutorials will have a clear learning aim at the start and we will build up to this aim step by step, all the while keeping in mind the milestone you want to reach.

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Sue Parent from Stourbridge

10 Mar

Patient, helpful and takes his work as a tutor seriously

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Fatima Student

1 Oct, 2018

his explanation is really clear and easy to follow!

8 Oct, 2018

Luke's reply

Thank you Fatima! It’s been a pleasure to teach you.

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Kayleigh Parent from Camberley

18 Sep, 2018

He was very helpful

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Sue Parent from Stourbridge

17 May, 2018

Patient and helpful as always!

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
BiologyA-level (A2)B
MathsA-level (A2)A
EconomicsA-level (A2)A
Further Maths (AS Only)A-level (A2)B

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Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrice
EconomicsA Level£32 /hr
PoliticsA Level£32 /hr
EconomicsGCSE£30 /hr
MathsGCSE£30 /hr
PoliticsGCSE£30 /hr
Maths13 Plus£30 /hr
EconomicsUniversity£32 /hr
PoliticsUniversity£32 /hr

Questions Luke has answered

Analyse the effects on the UK economy of a recession in another economy with trade ties.

A recession is when an economy experiences negative growth in terms of GDP for two or more consecutive quarters. If an economy such as that of the US, a major trading partner, were to enter a recession it could have severe impacts on the UK economy. For example, during a recession aggregate demand tends to fall, causing consumers to demand less exports from the UK. This would lead to a reduction in aggregate demand in the UK as firms sell less to the US in exports, as they demand fewer goods in general (including UK exports) and thus generate less profits. As domestic firms generate less profits this could lead to them cutting costs and the demand for labour falling. Depending on the magnitude of the recession in the US, the UK could potentially enter a recession too, similar to the global financial crisis of 2008.A recession is when an economy experiences negative growth in terms of GDP for two or more consecutive quarters. If an economy such as that of the US, a major trading partner, were to enter a recession it could have severe impacts on the UK economy. For example, during a recession aggregate demand tends to fall, causing consumers to demand less exports from the UK. This would lead to a reduction in aggregate demand in the UK as firms sell less to the US in exports, as they demand fewer goods in general (including UK exports) and thus generate less profits. As domestic firms generate less profits this could lead to them cutting costs and the demand for labour falling. Depending on the magnitude of the recession in the US, the UK could potentially enter a recession too, similar to the global financial crisis of 2008.

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