Jessica E. A Level Economics tutor, A Level Spanish tutor, GCSE Maths...

Jessica E.

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Degree: Economics and Spanish (Bachelors) - Exeter University

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About me

About Me:

I am third year Economics and Spanish student studying at the University of Exeter. I have a passion for languages, but I also love Economics and so I decided to combine them both during my time at University. I have taken 4 language GCSE's (on different exam boards) so I thoroughly understand how the process works. I have also been working in an Economics based position in Madrid for the least year.

Last year I tutored GCSE students during University holidays for their exams and throughout my school life I have helped my two younger siblings with preparation for exams.I am a positive person who can help students build their confidence for the subjects I love to teach!

The Sessions:

I will tailor the sessions to suit your needs. The session is all about your learning so I will do my best for you!

Economics Students:

In Economics, I will explain concepts you wish to cover using different methods, whether that be through words or diagrams. We will then apply your new knowledge to exam style questions to improve exam technique. I hope to help you get the best mark possible and hope you enjoy learning Economics as much as I do.

Spanish Students:

I understand how difficult learning a new language can be so I will make these sessions interesting. I will show you tips and tricks I have picked up throughout my 16 years of language learning. If you are stuck with vocabulary i can help you with some of the resources I use myself.

What are the next steps?

If you like the look of my profile, book a 'Meet the Tutor Session'! and if you would like a session with me you can book that afterward. If you have any questions contact me through 'WebMail'. I hope to tutor you soon!

Subjects offered

SubjectLevelMy prices
Economics A Level £20 /hr
Economics A Level £20 /hr
Spanish A Level £20 /hr
Spanish A Level £20 /hr
Economics GCSE £18 /hr
Spanish GCSE £18 /hr
Spanish GCSE £18 /hr

Qualifications

QualificationLevelGrade
SpanishA-LevelA
EconomicsA-LevelA*
Government and PoliticsA-LevelB
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Questions Jessica has answered

How do I learn new vocabulary?

There are many different ways to learn new vocabulary in Spanish. 1. I personally prefer using online resources such as Quizlet and applications such as Duolingo. You can enter specific vocabulary lists onto Quizlet and practice, test and play games with the new words you have learnt! Duolingo...

There are many different ways to learn new vocabulary in Spanish.

1. I personally prefer using online resources such as Quizlet and applications such as Duolingo. You can enter specific vocabulary lists onto Quizlet and practice, test and play games with the new words you have learnt! Duolingo is great for all round language practice, if you do not need specific language you can practice it on a daily basis and set yourself targets.

2. Another method I used at GCSE (and still use it now) is mind mapping. I like choosing a topic and thinking of as many words related to the topic in the foreign language. Then I cover up the words and try to remember them.

3. If you like learning with images, you can create flash cards with images on the back to help you remember the words in Spanish.

4. Another option is to create lists and learn them by covering up one side and seeing if you get the answers right.

Note: It is important to learn the word both ways as you are likely to remember it better that way. It's also important to repeat the process of learning the word to ensure you remember it.

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How do I work out the different elasticites of demand?

Elasticity is the proportionate responsiveness of a second variable to an initial change in the first variable.  There are four different types of elasticites: 1. PED = Price Elasticity of Demand 2. YED = Income Elasticity of Demand 3. XED = Cross Elasticity of Demand 4. PES = Price Elastic...

Elasticity is the proportionate responsiveness of a second variable to an initial change in the first variable. 

There are four different types of elasticites:

1. PED = Price Elasticity of Demand

2. YED = Income Elasticity of Demand

3. XED = Cross Elasticity of Demand

4. PES = Price Elasticity of Supply

Definitions and Calculations:

1. PED measures the extent to which the demand for a good changes in response to a change in the price of that good. 

PED = % change in Qd / % change in P

2. YED measures the extent to which the demand for a good changes in response to a change in income. 

YED = % change in Qd / % change in income

3. XED measures the extent to which the demand for good A changes in response to a change in the price of good B,

XED = % change in Qd of A / % change in P of B

4. PES measures the extent to which the supply of a good changes in response to a change in the price of that good.

PES = % change in Qs / % change in P

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