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Undergraduate Degree:
University Of Connecticut - History

Graduate Degree:
Queens College - Secondary And Special Education Social Studies

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Undergraduate Degree:
Southampton College - Biology, Marine Concentration

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College Of New Rochelle - Education

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Undergraduate Degree:
University Of Illinois - Media Studies

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Pace Law School - Law

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The student and I began working on a case study analysis of the sales and distribution systems that a major chain store uses in relation to its competitors and its past experiences. We analyzed the historical decisions of the company, the most recent distribution plans, and assessed the efficacy of those more recent plans.

The student and I worked on his Finance review for his undergraduate Finance class. Topics covered included: WACC, probabilities, changes in cash flows and their effects on other variables, as well as EBIT, and EBT.

We discussed monopolies. We discussed what is a monopoly, the pros and cons, and how they work in the marketplace. Gave a historical discussion on monopolies from Venice glass making industry to the tobacco and sugar all the way to modern oil and steel companies.

The student wanted to cover various topics from his micro class. He is nearing the end of the semester and so there was a lot to cover since this was our first session. He grasps the math and some of the graphs well, but needed further assistance with the intuition. Upon further discussion, I believe he was able to grasp the concepts well. I do not have any issues from this session.

The student and I went over Chapter 13's questions (problems) and answers. He knew the formulas again, and after 90 minutes, we got to 11 problems. He knows more than he thinks, and even when getting the answers correct, he seems to doubt how the answer got derived. It was a good session, even though it got split up into two time periods due to technical issues. We will continue to review Chapter 13 in our next session, which I will try to schedule today.

We went through four of the six problems from his quiz. There were some issues with remembering how to apply similar concepts between the problems. The problem set covered questions about monopolies, perfectly competitive firms, and monopolistically competitive firms.

Today we went over the student's past Midterms and practice problems to figure out the areas that we need to focus on the most. We highlighted opportunity costs, gains from trade, and monopolistic competition as areas to go over in further detail in our next session. We also went over the format of the final and reviewed her incorrect answers on past midterms.

I helped him prepare for three of his tests since. We're aiming to raise his test average to a high B. We went over some of the same stuff on the assignments and took a look at some practice problems online.

We covered the Monopolistic Competition and Advertising chapter PowerPoint and worked on the quiz together. We figured out that there is a difference between the way most people talk about competition and monopoly, and the way economists talk about it, and that affects how to answer questions. Next weekend we will cover the next 3 chapters.

We prepared for her Microeconomics exam on Tuesday. We mainly covered supply and demand graphs and the various factors that can affect supply and demand lines. We also covered how to derive supply and demand formulas. She was a great student, willing to learn and send me class notes and problems to go over together. We will meet again on Monday to prepare for her exam.

We discussed some issues with Unit 1, and set a schedule for completing Units 2 and 3 in order for the student to complete class on time with a strong understanding of course concepts. She is feeling more comfortable with her course, and we will continue to work together to get her through the tough work.

Went over the unit problem set. She solved them and I talked her through the conceptual issues as she went. Covered marginal products and marginal value theory. We also covered basic effects of supply and demand, elasticities, and efficiency wage theory.

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