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The material I covered in high school is fully integrated with the Economics I did at university and this gave me more exposure to the subject and it equips me with the essential knowledge and experience.
I'm currently majoring in economics at UCT and am employed as a tutor by the UCT School of Economics so I have experience tutoring this subject. Economics is my passion and I'd love to be able to share that.
I am studying Business Science Economics, and have a broad understanding of the field. I understood my second year Economics course very well and had good, in-depth knowledge of the subject.
I am currently studying in my third year at university and Economics is one of my majors. I am able to help students at first and second year levels as I am currently studying the content at a higher level.
To many, Economics is a dire and unnecessary subject. However, it is vital in understanding the workings of our world and country. I believe that I can help students understand the basics of Economics and, in effect, the world around them.
Bachelors Degree in Business Studies Banking and Finance Hons. Did that in my Undergraduate Degree programme.
Economics can be tricky but all it takes is the ability to simplify a seemingly complicated idea. I have what it takes to teach the relevant topics from different angles and therefore I can easily transfer the required understanding to students.
Am doing a 3 year Economics degree at UCT. Did not do Economics at my school as it was not offered, but my courses at university cover all school Economics done.
I majored in Economics at undergrad level broadly taking on both Micro and Macro economics. I also have taken more narrowly defined Economics courses in Game theory, Labor, Natural resources and Quantitative Economics among others.
I studied 'A' level Cambridge Economics in high school and managed to obtain an 'A' and then I also did Micro and Macro Economics in first year.