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Economics is an advanced high school social studies course. There are many pertinent concepts, basic and advanced, that students must understand in order to succeed in the course material. If your child decides to take economics, they may have specific future goals in mind, such as a career as an economist or an entrepreneur. However, economics is also important on many levels for anyone who wants to understand how the economy works. For example, people may use an understanding of economics to understand labor unions, become a professor, and develop economic theories. The educational directors at Varsity Tutors may help you connect with an independent tutor in Jacksonville, Florida, who may assist your child in understanding economics.

Varsity Tutors' educational directors are trained in identifying a Jacksonville tutor for any economics student. They may work with you and your child to assess his or her understanding of economics, strengths and weaknesses, study habits, and learning style. The hand-selected tutor has excelled in their own economics classes. They may assist your child in doing their best in their economics courses by developing an individualized learning plan that addresses the concepts that he or she needs to learn. Your child's tutor may be employed as a supplemental resource to work with them alongside their course materials, in such areas as preparation for approaching tests, homework assistance, or class projects.

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Jacksonville, FL Economics tutoring
In this session we covered chapter 12 which covers the different ways of categorizing the civilian labor force. Key terms included skilled and unskilled labor, minimum wage, and labor unions. The student struggled the most with identifying the effects of minimum wage on the equilibrium wage and quantity of labor demanded. This is material that will be reviewed during the next session, as it will be covered in the lesson 5 multiple choice quiz. I am noting progress in his work ethic and overall effort during the sessions. When our scheduled session time came to an end I gave him the option of saving the last section of chapter 12 to read over the weekend, but he wanted to extend the session to finish out the chapter. This shows me a willingness and self-determination to improve.
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Jacksonville, FL Economics tutoring
Concepts covered: supply and demand, tax and deadweight loss, consumer surplus, supplier surplus, and competitive advantage. The student has a good attitude and did well demonstrating an understanding of concepts discussed.
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Jacksonville, FL Economics tutoring
The student has a quiz coming up on constrained optimization, and although it was fresh material and the problems are complex, we still managed to work our way through some problems together. He has a good toolkit assembled for the problems that he's going to work on--differentiation, implicit differentiation, partial differentiation, and systems of equations--so the main problem is decoding the problems and identifying all the elements. Fortunately, he has a couple of days in which he can practice a bit.
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Jacksonville, FL Economics tutoring
Tuesday, we did a quick review to study for a banking and money test. I proctored the student's exam. We went over what we will discuss next time. She will study for her microeconomics exam and will take it this weekend. She would like to finish up her work with econ before moving into finishing up accounting. Everything seems to be going well every time we meet.
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Jacksonville, FL Economics tutoring
The student and I reviewed a series of 20 question that included the following concepts: opportunity cost identification and calculations (and the related topics of implicit/explicit costs and accounting vs. economic profits); costing concepts related to total, variable, and fixed costs (and also average and marginal values); marginal product; economies/constant/diseconomies of scale; diminishing returns; and incentives and agency concepts. We were able to complete the entire set of questions successfully.
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Jacksonville, FL Economics tutoring
In today's session, we went over the first 3 review problems for the Unit 3 test this week on multiple regression. We have gone over all of the problems before, but they do a good job covering the material that is likely to be on the test. The problems involve simple and multiple regressions, the F, t, and p statistics, coefficients, confidence intervals, where to find the key numbers in the Excel regression output, and what the real world interpretations are for them.
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