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Private Online Finance Tutoring in Vancouver

If you're a student who plans to enter a finance-related field, you may want to think about getting in touch with Varsity Tutors and connecting with a finance tutor in Vancouver. Students at nearby schools such as University Hill Secondary and King George Secondary are encouraged to get involved, but we also welcome students attending colleges like Simon Fraser University. Finance is the study of how money is acquired and managed. Knowledge of finance is essential if you wish to enter a career in business, banking, or financial planning. However, even if you never plan on going anywhere near these fields, a strong understanding of finance is useful because it enables you to manage your own money properly and make wise financial choices. Let's have a look at some of the ways that finance tutoring in Vancouver can enable you to build up your understanding of the subject.

Seeking out a finance tutor in Vancouver is valuable because the finance mentor can help you fill in any gaps that might exist in your financial knowledge. For instance, let's say you're up to date on most financial topics, but you're still a bit rusty on hedge funds. A finance tutor in Vancouver can discuss this topic with you, work to eliminate any misunderstandings, and formulate a plan of study. If you have any questions about the subject, you can ask the finance mentor and get some expert feedback. Students may find this to be an improvement over traditional study, where you might not be able to get expert instruction.

One benefit of tutoring is that you can work at a pace that's comfortable for you. You wouldn't typically have this in an ordinary school environment, where the teacher gets the ultimate say in how quickly everything goes. However, when you work with a finance tutor in Vancouver, you can move at your own pace. If you've mastered stock valuation, then you can move on to another subject that you're interested in, such as 401ks and IRAs. On the flip side, if you are really struggling to understand bond valuation, then you and the finance mentor can slow down the pace and review this topic step by step. Having control of your own pace can be highly valuable because it enables you to shine a spotlight on the topics that are giving you the most trouble.

One great feature of Vancouver finance tutoring is that it takes place completely online. That's right—all you need to participate is a computer and an internet connection. There won't be any worry about getting out of the house and getting somewhere to meet with the finance mentor. You can learn all about corporate bankruptcy from the comfort of your own home, which is about as easy as it gets.

Yet another useful attribute of Vancouver finance tutoring is that it can keep you occupied over long school breaks. Students sometimes find themselves becoming bored over school breaks, but it doesn't have to be this way. What could be a better way to spend your free time than by learning a crucial life skill that can also benefit you in a number of professions? Not only will you have something productive to occupy your mind, but you'll also be developing as a person and preparing for the future.

When you work with a Vancouver finance tutor, it's possible that you'll discover that you have preferred learning methods. Some students enjoy looking at visual content when they learn, such as diagrams and videos. Other students might like audio material, such as lectures. There may be certain study techniques that you find you prefer. Whatever the case may be, you can use this to your advantage throughout your education.

If this has ignited your interest in getting connected with a Vancouver finance tutor, please contact Varsity Tutors as soon as you can. We want to help you get a boost in your financial education, so get in touch with us today!

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Finance Tutoring review by Geraldo in Vancouver
1. Helped student orient himself in solving problems involving right triangles and trigonometric ratios correspondingly   2. Reviewed special right triangles: (a)30-60-90 triangles - ratio of sides (b) 45-45-90 triangles - ratio of sides and their applications in real life problems   3. Reviewed similar figures using a personal problem set - (a)  AA postulate (b) similarity ratio (c) real life application problems  Overall, he seemed comfortable in his understanding of the concepts reviewed. For the next session, we'll continue solving the assigned worksheets on Similar Figure.
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Finance Tutoring review by Kathryn in Vancouver
Today we discussed what her goals were for the summer.  We talked about the transition from Junior high to High school.  Gave assignment to read and analyzed the first chapter of Lord of the Flies.  
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Finance Tutoring review by Lindsay in Vancouver
The student and I reviewed Chapters 5 and 6 of the Official SAT Guide--those cover sentence completion and passage-based questions. We discussed the following strategies: looking at the charge of a sentence and the context of each blank (positive or negative); boxing clauses, conjunctions, and other transition words as well as negatives and identifying their purpose (e.g. to indicate agreement, contradiction, dependence, or temporal context); underlining key phrases or hints within each sentence. When using these strategies, the student missed only one question in 10. However, we will need to continue improving his speed in order to match the pacing of the test. The student should be taking his practice SAT in segments this week, on a schedule we agreed to on Sunday, and emailing his responses by Friday. He was too busy last week to complete a practice exam.
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Finance Tutoring review by Tomasz in Vancouver
We worked on a packet for a test. We reviewed various concepts, such as geometric progressions, arithmetic sequences, the sums of these, and limits of various kinds. We're meeting tomorrow to work on the rest of the packet.
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Finance Tutoring review by Tim in Vancouver
We covered chapter 12, with the two main concepts being weighted average cost of capital and marginal cost of capital. One of the biggest points was that even though there are no explicit costs for retained earnings, we still need to treat it like common stock (not including flotation costs). We also did a couple of tax problems for fun.
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Finance Tutoring review by Evan in Vancouver
We covered topics from Chapter 7 of his Finance book - capital budgeting. We went over some spreadsheets. We talked about planning for upcoming Harvard Business Case reviews and material due this Tuesday.
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