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Boston, MA Economics tutoring
Topics: All topics covered in recent sessions Progress: The student and I had a long session today reviewing all of his material (practice chapter tests, practice midterms). We will probably meet for a very long session tomorrow, and assuming he does well on this test, this will be the last session we have. He has been steadily getting better with the material but I think these sessions are necessary and an excellent idea. I have noticed that many of the concepts are entangled and complex, and need to be seen over and over in different contexts and forms, in order to become understandable at all. I think the student is smart to put himself through this drilling process and will have done all he can to prepare himself.
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Boston, MA Economics tutoring
We finished reviewing her semester notes and began working on her final exam review. I feel that she is more comfortable with this most recent material than the earlier subjects. We still have one more session before her test and should be able to clarify any outstanding questions that she may have.
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Boston, MA Economics tutoring
I attended the student's first, 2-hour lecture in order to acquire slides and a syllabus from the professor. We discussed the following material: rational agents, opportunity cost, "on the margin", factors of production, positive vs. normative science, independent and dependent variables (i.e., x and y axes), scatter diagram, time-series graph, trend, stock vs. flow variables, positive vs. negative relationships, convex/concave curvilinear functions, calculation of slope, ceteris paribus, and the illustration of why a right-shifted demand curve is a shift against the independent (e.g. Price) variable and thus also an upward shift.
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Boston, MA Economics tutoring
Started macroeconomics. Focused on calculating GDP, distinctions between nominal and real values, as well as calculation of CPI index and other measures of inflation. Assigned 3 chapters of reading for next session
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Boston, MA Economics tutoring
The student and I covered a wide range of topics from consumer and producer surplus to budget sets and indifference curves. The session went very well and she grasped the concepts she had been challenged by well.
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Boston, MA Economics tutoring
The student got an 88 on her last exam, and she was really happy with that. Today we went over her notes on the new material, things like aggregate supply/demand, multipliers, and investments. She seemed to understand the material well, but I was able to help her apply the material more, so I think she'll remember it better.
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