Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"The student and I reviewed his finance homework. Topics covered included: weighted average, expected returns, variance, standard deviation, beta, market risk portfolio, risk free assets, and market risk premiums."
"The student and I reviewed more of last session's material in order to better understand Chapters 13-19. This included heavy emphasis on: the long-run and short-run Phillips curves as related to unemployment (U3) and inflation rate, AS/AD model - aggregate supply/ aggregate demand model as related to real GDP, price level, long-run aggregate supply (LRAS), short-run aggregate supply (SRAS), and aggregate demand (AD) - also, the aggregate expenditure relating real GDP to price level of aggregate planned expenditures, etc. This was the student's last day of class. Congrats to him on much-improved performance in the course. While last semester he received an F in the course, he will now be looking at a final grade of B- (if he scores above a 50% on his 4th exam). Congratulations!"
"We covered the technical annexes in the book and did calculations with net present value, taxes and the multiplier and finally, the two interest rate models."
"Continued with the discussion of Consumer Behavior. Discussed the indifference curve, how it works, what it represents and discussed the MRS (Marginal Rate of Substitution)."
"Went over the problems assigned in the new chapter of his textbook on elasticity. He seems to understand the material very well"