Alex N.

Alex N.

£20 - £24 /hr

Economics (1/4 German) (Bachelors) - Warwick University

11 completed lessons

About me

Hi, I am an Economics Student at the University of Warwick.

I studied Maths (A*), Further Maths (A*), Economics (A*) and Computing (A) at A-Level and I completed an EPQ (A) too.

At university I also study German and I am starting my own business in close relation to this fact. My business is directly related to helping students improve their foreign language ability.


I would, therefore, like to help more by tutoring Maths, German and Economics . I have been through the school system, so I understand how goal orientated the system is. I want to help students improve their performance so that they can achieve their full potential.


I enjoy teaching and have taught a lot of people so far in my life. I was part of my school's Cadets where I was in charge of over 40 younger cadets and taught them on a weekly basis. During my time in the cadets, I completed a week-long course on how to teach effectively. I also volunteered at a local cub group for a couple of years and helped the adult leaders with the weekly sessions.


I have helped pupils struggling with Maths and Economics at my school when I was a pupil and helped them improve their grades.

Hi, I am an Economics Student at the University of Warwick.

I studied Maths (A*), Further Maths (A*), Economics (A*) and Computing (A) at A-Level and I completed an EPQ (A) too.

At university I also study German and I am starting my own business in close relation to this fact. My business is directly related to helping students improve their foreign language ability.


I would, therefore, like to help more by tutoring Maths, German and Economics . I have been through the school system, so I understand how goal orientated the system is. I want to help students improve their performance so that they can achieve their full potential.


I enjoy teaching and have taught a lot of people so far in my life. I was part of my school's Cadets where I was in charge of over 40 younger cadets and taught them on a weekly basis. During my time in the cadets, I completed a week-long course on how to teach effectively. I also volunteered at a local cub group for a couple of years and helped the adult leaders with the weekly sessions.


I have helped pupils struggling with Maths and Economics at my school when I was a pupil and helped them improve their grades.

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About my sessions

Structure of the Lessons:

The structure will depend massively on the student's needs. I will make an effort to understand the difficulties the student is facing.

This, however, is not a complete solution as people do not always know what they do not know. Therefore, I will proactively gauge where my student's issues are arising from.

Preparation:

Preparation for the lessons is important to me because time is valuable and I do not want to waste time in the session figuring out the best way to teach my student. By being prepared I will make the session more constructive, which will help my student meet their goals.

Achieving your Goals:

It is important that my students feel real progress when they are learning, as it is easy to lose focus when a topic is challenging. And the natural human response to difficulty is to give up. So I will keep track of the progress and keep my students motivated.

Structure of the Lessons:

The structure will depend massively on the student's needs. I will make an effort to understand the difficulties the student is facing.

This, however, is not a complete solution as people do not always know what they do not know. Therefore, I will proactively gauge where my student's issues are arising from.

Preparation:

Preparation for the lessons is important to me because time is valuable and I do not want to waste time in the session figuring out the best way to teach my student. By being prepared I will make the session more constructive, which will help my student meet their goals.

Achieving your Goals:

It is important that my students feel real progress when they are learning, as it is easy to lose focus when a topic is challenging. And the natural human response to difficulty is to give up. So I will keep track of the progress and keep my students motivated.

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Sharahbil Student

4 Jan

Awesome!

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Sharahbil Student

17 Dec, 2018

Amazing Tutor!

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Louise Student

26 Nov, 2018

Nice people with a clear explanation!

5 Dec, 2018

Alex's reply

Thank you! Glad I could help

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Sharahbil Student

9 Feb

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
MathsA-level (A2)A*
Further MathematicsA-level (A2)A*
EconomicsA-level (A2)A*
ConputingA-level (A2)A
Extended Project QualificationA-level (A2)A
GermanOtherA*
GermanOther89/100

General Availability

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12 - 5pm
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12 - 5pm

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Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrice
EconomicsA Level£24 /hr
EconomicsGCSE£20 /hr
GermanGCSE£20 /hr
MathsGCSE£20 /hr

Questions Alex has answered

How would you form the perfect tense?

You need to use the conjugation form of haben or sein (if it involves movement or a change of state, e.g. freezing or falling asleep). Haben:ich habe du hast wir haben ihr habt sie/Sie habenSein:ich bin du bistwir sindihr seid sie/Sie sind The past participle is the second part to the tense. They usually start with ge- and end with a -t. However, they must be learnt!Examples:spielen --> gespielt essen --> gegesseneinschlafen --> eingeschlafen (this is different as it is a separable verb) Haben or Sein + Past Participle = perfect tense Examples:ich habe gespieltwir haben gegessendu bist eingeschlafenYou need to use the conjugation form of haben or sein (if it involves movement or a change of state, e.g. freezing or falling asleep). Haben:ich habe du hast wir haben ihr habt sie/Sie habenSein:ich bin du bistwir sindihr seid sie/Sie sind The past participle is the second part to the tense. They usually start with ge- and end with a -t. However, they must be learnt!Examples:spielen --> gespielt essen --> gegesseneinschlafen --> eingeschlafen (this is different as it is a separable verb) Haben or Sein + Past Participle = perfect tense Examples:ich habe gespieltwir haben gegessendu bist eingeschlafen

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4 months ago

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Simplify (48)^(1/2)

Simplify 481/2 :481/2=(12*4)1/2=(4*3*4)1/2=(4)1/2*(4)1/2*(3)1/2=2*2*(3)1/2=4(3)1/2Simplify 481/2 :481/2=(12*4)1/2=(4*3*4)1/2=(4)1/2*(4)1/2*(3)1/2=2*2*(3)1/2=4(3)1/2

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4 months ago

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What would be the effect on the UK Economy of an increase in the Bank of England Base Rate?

AD=C+I+G+X-M1) Increased cost of borrowing-ConsumptionVariable rate mortgages will now have higher monthly interestrepayments. This leads to a decrease in disposable income for consumers.Consumers will therefore spend less and so consumption will decrease leading toa downward shift in the AD curve. This will reduce economic growth and reduceinflationary pressure.2) Increased cost of borrowing-InvestmentFirms apply for loans from banks in order to the fund expansion of their businesses. This is called investment. Firms only invest if the return of the investment is higher than the cost of the interest on the loan that has to be taken to pay for the investment. A higher base rate means banks increase the interest rate on their loans. This means that investments that were profitable are no longer and investment falls. This leads to a leftward shift in the AD function.3) SavingsConsumers save any money they don’t spend. If the interest rate increases, then the opportunity cost of spending increases. Consumers will then spend less and save more which decreases consumption. This again leads to a leftward shift in the AD function.4) Balance of PaymentsA higher interest rate for the pound would incentivise foreign investors to save their ‘Hot Money’ in UK banks as the relative return is now higher. To invest in UK banks, one needs to save pounds. Therefore, the demand for pounds increases leading to an appreciation in the value of the pound. This leads to exports being less price competitive as foreign buyers have to spend more foreign currency to buy one pound. Therefore, exports fall leading to a leftward shift of the AD function. The opposite happens with imports.AD=C+I+G+X-M1) Increased cost of borrowing-ConsumptionVariable rate mortgages will now have higher monthly interestrepayments. This leads to a decrease in disposable income for consumers.Consumers will therefore spend less and so consumption will decrease leading toa downward shift in the AD curve. This will reduce economic growth and reduceinflationary pressure.2) Increased cost of borrowing-InvestmentFirms apply for loans from banks in order to the fund expansion of their businesses. This is called investment. Firms only invest if the return of the investment is higher than the cost of the interest on the loan that has to be taken to pay for the investment. A higher base rate means banks increase the interest rate on their loans. This means that investments that were profitable are no longer and investment falls. This leads to a leftward shift in the AD function.3) SavingsConsumers save any money they don’t spend. If the interest rate increases, then the opportunity cost of spending increases. Consumers will then spend less and save more which decreases consumption. This again leads to a leftward shift in the AD function.4) Balance of PaymentsA higher interest rate for the pound would incentivise foreign investors to save their ‘Hot Money’ in UK banks as the relative return is now higher. To invest in UK banks, one needs to save pounds. Therefore, the demand for pounds increases leading to an appreciation in the value of the pound. This leads to exports being less price competitive as foreign buyers have to spend more foreign currency to buy one pound. Therefore, exports fall leading to a leftward shift of the AD function. The opposite happens with imports.

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4 months ago

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