Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"We worked through three problems for the Marginal Analysis module. Two problems involved deriving marginal cost from total cost, then setting that equal to price, to find quantity and then total profit. One problem involved a monopoly, which meant finding quantity from marginal revenue and marginal cost, then substituting that into the demand curve to find price, then profit."
"We covered ch 7-9. Really dived into GDP, real GDP, ways to calculate GDP, factors, supply demand and income. The student felt confident with employment and math but needed assistance in understanding and calculating GDP and factors that make up GDP. Student did a great job. Was attentive, proactive and cooperative. Strategies I suggested would be to memorize graphic maps of concepts and formulas for calculations should professor test his math and knowledge. Student is working very hard with courses."
"The student and I reviewed materials for her exam. We focused on isocost and isoquant curves, properties of indifference curves and their relation to budget constraints, cost and revenue curves for firms in relation to the demand and supply curves, and other questions on past homework and practice exams to prepare for her exam."