Microeconomics + Macroeconomics
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Picture this: You're an ambitious student gunning for the big leagues. Stanford, HKU, Tsinghua, Harvard, Yale - the whole nine yards. To get there, you've got to ace your subjects, and economics is one of the heavy hitters. International curriculums for secondary students like IB, AP, A-Level, and IGCSE, have been designed so that when you enter your ECON-201 class in university, you're not going in blind. That means however that you're expected to be basically proficient in a 1st year university economics course while you're still in secondary school.
Add what should be an easy subject - economics, to your already chock-full plate of mathematics, physics, chemistry, and a second language, and you've got a recipe for a stress-induced meltdown; and as all parents know, teenage meltdowns are best avoided.
Economics can and should be an easy subject. The easier economics is, the more free time for whatever else you want to do. The easier economics is, the more joy you'll feel mastering more challenging concepts. The easier economics is, the less stress you'll feel, and the more utter confidence you'll exude. You just need the right guide.
What makes economics easy? Dry textbooks, abstract formulas with no connection to reality, and/or teachers who might not know exactly what they're teaching? Nope.
So what works?
visually interesting lessons and video sessions / interactive practice / rapid fire practice exam questions / incentivized learning / instant feedback / a tutor with private sector experience / 90+ unique pre-prepared micro and macro lesson plans / tailored lessons designed to meet student's exact level of understanding / review checklists / plenty of resources / lists / an expert advisor passionate about economics and their student's success...